Geo Environmental's Commercial Director Mike Brown and Head of Rail, Road and Utilities Ed Newman thoroughly enjoyed the recent EUA conference. Thanks to Peter Day and his team for setting this up. It was enlightening to hear what was happening to decarbonise the network from Northern Gas’ Networks Director of Stakeholder Relations, especially the potential opportunities around Hydrogen and [...]
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Geo-Environmental is now chairing the ACE’s Rail Special Interest Group. Whilst the sector is currently experiencing growth and there are some major projects on the horizon, the rail sector in general is still facing a number of challenges. Over the next few years we hope to work with other members of the Special Interest Group, the ACE and other representing [...]
Many thanks to my colleague Levent for attending Highways UK 2018 up at the NEC. Based on his discussions with attendees at the conference, there were concerns raised about what the scrapping of PFI meant for highways construction and the final outcome of any BREXIT negotiations. With luck we should have some positive clarification on both at some time in the future, but until [...]
Geo-Environmental were proud to have contributed to the Discussion Paper “How can we accelerate the delivery of a sustainable built environment?”. Many thanks to Natalie Cropp from Tony Gee, pictured, who presented the report at ACE’s Parliamentary Reception on 6 November 2018, this paper will frame the activity of the Sustainability group in 2019. The report has been crafted over [...]
We recently sponsored the ACE led workshop: DRIVING ENHANCED INTERCONNECTIVITY ACROSS THE MIDLANDS. The event focused was to engage private and public stakeholders interested in delivering enhanced interconnectivity across the Midlands. It built on the work that we have been doing in the region from our Birmingham office in Fort Dunlop. To read more following on from this workshop, I [...]
In Construction News recently, discussing the need for changing roles in the industry, Alex Gilbert, MD at Amey Consulting, made a worthy contribution in the 'Expert Opinion' section: As an industry, we have critical missing data around what industry jobs will look like in future, who will we be employing and what skills we want people to have. Given the growth [...]
Many thanks to Keynetix for a thought-provoking and inspiring Keynetix User Conference. We are blown away by the possibilities with the Keynetix Cloud and the software and apps that it can and could integrate with. It is a game-changing piece of software for the geotechnical industry. Keynetix.cloud is the next generation geotechnical data management platform providing unparalleled security and streamlined project collaboration [...]
We are in the process of trialling a new Leica GPS on some of our sites. Previously we were reliant on the client having to provide us with site levels, but we can now work independently of that. We can then create a 3D map of the site using AutoCAD 3D and onto this we can export the borehole logs [...]
Geo-Environmental Services Limited, working with EBP South (Education, Business Partnership South, are keen to support young people in developing their skills in order to help them when they do start looking for a job. This year we had Niamh Roberts doing work experience with us. Niamh was doing market research that was used in our 2018-2023 business plan, as well as [...]
As a past winner, we were being considered for the award of Best in Geotechnical Consultancy Services. They have now reviewed all the new submissions and we’ve been told the judges picked us as the 2019 winner. During the awards process they invited both contributors and readers of the Corporate LiveWire & LTG magazines to nominate companies, products, services & individuals [...]