News archives for March 2015

SEG and ESG lead the way in collaborative industry training

Chalk-logging

This week Soil Engineering Geoservices Limited hosted a Chalk Logging course presented by the internationally respected Rory Mortimore. Nine employees of Soil Engineering and six from industry colleagues ESGL, spent a day at Soil Engineering’s head office in Leeds where they received a mix of theory and hands on core logging.

On the second day of the course, all the delegates spent a day at Flamborough Head in Yorkshire, where they were able to see the Northern Chalk sequence in natural cliff exposures.

Soil Engineering’s technical director Matthew Baldwin said:

“this collaborative industry training has been very successful and has given a large group of engineering geologists the opportunity to acquire the basic skills necessary to log and describe chalk core”.

SEGL welcome new QS into Motherwell office

Soil Engineering Geoservices are delighted to announce the appointment of Oluchi Ukawuike as Scottish Region Quantity Surveyor working out of the Motherwell office.

With a first degree in Quantity Surveying and a Master’s Degree in Quantity Surveying and Construction Oluchi comes with 10 years’ experience of Scottish civil engineering and building projects, predominantly Public Sector Schemes.

Oluchi’s role will initially be working on the Shield Hall Tunnel grouting project as part of the site team. Eventually however, Oluchi will provide commercial support to the Scottish Operations business.

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