News archives for June 2015

Soil Engineering Host Free Industry Training Event

Soil Engineering are hosting another FREE Industry Training Event.

The event is aimed at Graduate and Junior Engineering staff who are involved in geotechnical site works.  The event is a half day event held at our offices in Leeds and comprises the following:

Presentation Time Presenter
Introduction & Welcome 9.00 – 9.15 Natalie Bews
What is GI and Why Do We Need It? 9.15 – 10.15 Matthew Baldwin
Comfort Break 10.15 – 10.30
Specifying Appropriate Sampling 10.30 – 11.15 Matthew Baldwin
Comfort Break 11.15 – 11.30
Scheduling of Laboratory Testing 11.30 – 12.30 Matthew Baldwin
Tour of Geotechnical Laboratory 12.30 – 13.00 Stuart Kirk / Natalie Bews
Lunch, Questions, Networking 13.00 – 13.30


Click here to download the event flyer

Soil Engineering and the MVB JV win prestigious Ground Engineering Award

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Soil Engineering Geoservices and the MVB JV have won the UK Project with a Geotechnical Value of between £500k and £1M at the 2015 GE Awards.

The winners of the 2015 GE Awards were announced on 10 June at the Hilton Park Lane, London.

Soil Engineering and the MVB JV’s entry was the West Ham Ground Investigation project, and after review by the panel of 43 expert judges, Soil Engineering and the MVB JV won in recognition of innovative ground investigation utilising multiple techniques in a single hole to investigate complex ground conditions as part of the construction phase of the Lee Tunnel. Boreholes had to be sunk through Victorian Sewer necessitating bespoke – and potentially unique – temporary works. Very challenging ground conditions investigated and close collaboration with the community including a hospital and fellow professionals.

The GE Awards brought together over 700 leaders in consultancy and contracting in the geotechnical engineering industry for a glittering afternoon of celebration, recognition and networking.

Claire Smith, editor of GE magazine commented:

“This year’s winners, as well as the finalists, have demonstrated how the geotechnics industry has continued to push forward innovation to benefit efficiency, improve safety and provide value. We introduced a new approach to judging this year with a greatly expanded panel of judges representing clients, academia, consultants and contractors from across the geotechnical sector and its supply chain. The live judging has reinforced the integrity of the awards with judges able to grill the candidates to clarify the details in their written submissions.”

Our thanks and congratulations go, not only to those involved with the award winning project, but to the whole Soil Engineering Team and their continued efforts and commitment to the business, without which we would not be able to enter these prestigious industry awards.

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