Site Supervisiory Services



The engineering team comprises professionally qualified staff, specialising in geotechnical engineering, ground investigation and geoenvironmental services. Their qualifications range from BSc (Hons), BEng, MSc and PhD.


The engineering team ranges in experience from recent graduates to chartered professionals and SiLC (Specialist in Land Condition), with many years’ experience in site investigation between them.


In addition we have engineers trained in:


  • CSCS
  • HSG47 - Cable Avoidance
  • First Aid
  • PTS - Personal Track Safety
  • DCCR - DC Conductor Rails
  • National Grid Person (substations)
  • BESC - Basic Electrical Safety Competence (substations)
  • NRSWA - Street Works
  • National Water Hygiene Card
  • Excavation Safety - trenching and shoring techniques
  • IOSH - Safe Supervision of Geotechnical Sites
  • NEBOSH - National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health
  • SSSTS - Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme
  • SMSTS - Site Management Safety Training Scheme

 


With a broad experience in all soil and rock types throughout the UK, our engineering geologists are fully conversant with the requirements of appropriate logging standards. Continuous training is an integral part of our work at Geotechnical Engineering.  All of our logging and reporting is subject to our rigorous QA procedure, being assessed and checked by an appointed Senior Engineer. The Senior Engineers also form part of an internal Technical Forum to ensure industry standards and current developments are embraced so that we can ensure the delivery of quality data.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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