Soil Engineering Geoservices celebrated winning three awards and being highly commended at last week’s Ground Engineering Awards.
The awards are for:
UK Project with a Geotechnical Value up to £1m – Crusader Avenue, Glasgow
Product & Equipment Innovation – Digital Data Collection from Ground Investigations – Key Logbook
Ground Investigation Specialist of the Year
Soil Engineering were also Highly Commended in the category of Technical Excellence for the work carried out at London Bridge Station. The entry for this award concentrated on the multi-point sampling undertaken within deep shafts.
Soil Engineering Geoservices Limited are now a fully registered supplier on Achilles UVDB for the following products / services:
2.9.7 Concrete Services
4.1.23 Land Reinstatement Services
4.1.25 Foundation Services
4.1.53 Ground Work/Levelling Works
4.3.11 Borehole & Well Drilling
4.6.1 Technical Consultancy
4.6017 Scientific Consultancy
4.6.19 Archaeological Consultancy & Surveys
4.6.27 Geotechnical Site Investigation Services
4.99.5 Testing & analysis Services (Utilities)
4.99.11 Diving Services
Soil Engineering Geoservices received scores of between 79.5 % and 96.4% when assessed for Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality practices and procedures as a registered supplier on Verify.
Geotechnical specialists Soil Engineering Geoservices are delighted to announce the appointment of Sam Finch as a Principal Engineering Geologist working out of the Camberley office.
In early April 2013 Matthew Baldwin attended a face to face meeting of geotechnical experts in Madrid. This group forms evolution group 11 which is one of the 14 groups tasked with rewriting all of Eurocode 7 parts 1 and 2.
Due to ever-increasing demand, Soil Engineering Geoservices Limited [SEGL] have recently increased their investment in equipping rigs within their drilling fleet with Drilling Parameter Recording [DPR] equipment. This capability now extends across the range from compact crawler-mounted multi-function rigs to high capacity rigs capable of drilling to depths in excess of 150m