This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Aggregates. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Investigation & testing of building & civil engineering materials & components...
Aggregates for construction • Alkali-aggregate reactivity in concrete • High-alumina cement & concrete • Concrete performance & failure (including thaumasite & other sulfate attack, etc.) • Mortar • Stone for construction (including slates) • Flooring (including screeds, tiling, etc.) • Forensic geology/geomaterials • Paving • Plaster • Rendering • Roofing (including fibre-cement materials) • Cladding materials & performance • Synthetic aggregates or cement replacements (e.g. slags, PFA, ash, clinker, etc.) • Construction...
Professor Grantham in LONDON
Concrete use, specification & failure investigation • Mortar • Render • Screed flooring • Plastics • Polymers • Sealants • Paint • Chemical analysis • Ceramic tiling, internal & external • Corrosion • Reinforcement corrosion • Petrographic analysis • Alkali-silica reaction (ASR) • UKAS accredited for selected tests
Nick Hepher is a highly experienced cement process engineer, with specialist knowledge for milling, pyro-processes, particle and separation technologies. With over 40 years' experience on the 'front line', Nick's 'hands on' approach has involved him in all aspects of the business, including process design, sales, contract execution, spares and services. He has been responsible for the engineering aspects of projects, both 'turn-key' and 'supply-only', and involved in sales and project management...
Dr Hinnells in DIDCOT
• Expert in energy use, climate change policy and carbon emissions reduction • PhD with 27 years' experience covering academia, Government and consulting • Expertise in impacts and mitigation measures for major infrastructure, including airports and other transport and utility assets, large commercial or residential development, renewable or conventional power station developments • Impacts of public policy decisions, including planning, regulation, taxation and climate-related...
Mr Cavell in LONDON
Structural defects • Concrete defects • Building refurbishment • Building materials • Building defects • Contractual disputes • Structural & building failures • Deleterious materials • M & E issues • Fitness for purpose • Workmanship • Contract disputes • Building fabric • Roofing • Windows • Cladding • Stone masonry • Brickwork • Render • Plaster • Mortar • Corrosion • Coatings • Cathodic protection • Concrete repairs • Durability
Mr Josephs in STOWMARKET
Archaeological and Cultural Heritage Consultant since 1992 - one of the UK's first professional consultants • Managing Director of the Company founded in 2002 • Extensive experience of all periods and facets of archaeology and cultural heritage • Currently consultant to over 200 companies across Europe, mainly in the quarrying and built development sectors • Author of over 1000 Heritage Statements and experienced expert witness • Expert in EIA • Previously Director of Heritage and Archaeology at Entec (now Wood)...
Professor Robery in SOLIHULL
Materials specialist, investigating matters involving: • Concrete technology • Warehouse floors & hardstandings • Failure of concrete repair works • Concrete durability & specification • Concrete placing, bleed & shrinkage cracking • Paints & coatings for concrete • Air entrainment of concrete & performance in freezing conditions • Construction in hot climates • Underground concrete construction • Concrete test methods & data interpretation • General forensic examination of construction failures

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