Geosynthetic Technology Limited (GT) began working with geosynthetics in 1972 and as such has more than 40-years experience in this specialised field, which is without equal anywhere in the world.
Many of the developments in geomembrane engineering were pioneered by GT
company. It was the first to offer hot wedge welding of field seams and even today, their range of seam-welding capability is unrivalled. They developed the use of
geocomposites for gas venting under buildings and in landfills. From its earliest days, GT recognised the importance of providing an international service. Installation Supervisors are trained to be both competent and confident in their abilities wherever they are operating. The company is dedicated to quality and is proud to have be ISO9001 certificated since 1996.
Today GT has geomembrane installations on 5 continents and in more than 50
countries. Some of these installations set new standards in the field. GT aims to provide total expertise in geosynthetic civil engineering. It is proud to represent some of the world’s leading Manufacturers of geosynthetic products and works closely with them to ensure complete Client satisfaction.
GT is a family firm established and run by Chairman, John Alexander and his son, Duncan as Managing Director. Based in Colchester in the East of England, Geosynthetic Technology supplies a comprehensive range of Geotextiles, Geogrids,
Geomembranes and other Geosynthetic products from their Branch Office in Erbil,
Kurdistan Province, Iraq. In partnership with the best known and trusted names in geotechnical product supply - companies such as Tensar, Graf, and Presto Geosystems - GT is able to offer an unequalled Design and Technical Advice Service throughout Iraq.
Geosynthetic Technology has undertaken many prestigious projects across the world; Case Studies can be found at www.geosyntheticiraq.co.uk
World’s Largest Landfill Cell at Jubail, Saudi Arabia
Lake Lining for the Ecology Lake on the Millennium Dome Landscape Site, London
Opening Ceremony Stadium Lake for the Olympic Games, Athens
World’s Largest Lagoon Liner (1,400,000m²) for Agip Oil, Kazakhstan
Chelsea Football Club Attenuation Tank, Virginia Water, Surrey, England
Tag McLaren Sports Cars Factory Landscape Lakes and Reed Beds, Surrey, England