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DIG DEEP

Systems Geotechnique has installed foundation piles and ground anchors for the construction of a new rail bridge crossing the River Tame in Staffordshire in a major upgrade scheme to the West Coast Mainline. A high-speed track is being installed by main contractor Birse Rail. Phase I is due for completion in May and Phase II in June 2007.