Structural Soils' solutions to sensitive Stonehenge site

Stonehenge, a 5,000-year-old Neolithic structure which is both a British cultural monument and a UNESCO World Heritage site, is 3km west of Amesbury in the south-west of England, UK. However, the ancient structure’s site is bisected by the A303 trunk road: the most direct route between the south-east and the west of England. English Heritage manages the prehistoric monument and the National Trust owns the surrounding land.

Structural Soils' solutions to sensitive Stonehenge site Structural Soils' solutions to sensitive Stonehenge site Structural Soils' solutions to sensitive Stonehenge site Structural Soils' solutions to sensitive Stonehenge site Structural Soils' solutions to sensitive Stonehenge site

Structural Soils faced major obstacles relating to the sensitivity of the site when it was asked to complete a high-quality ground investigation survey around Stonehenge

In 2017, Highways England, English Heritage and the National Trust announced the route for an upgraded A303 around Stonehenge; this included engineering a twin-bore tunnel. The £2.