Here at Geo-Integrity we have decided to sponsor the AGS "Commercial Risks & How to Manage Them" Conference which is taking place on Wednesday 3rd July 2019 at One Moorgate Place, London. We would really recommend this conference to young geologists and ground engineers approaching chartership. It covers the more commercial aspects of the job that are often not covered in the earlier stages of your career. Our engineers Danny and Lee will be there and they hope to see you there. Continued...
In our continual effort to provide good quality, efficient, safe site investigations and pragmatic advice to our clients across the Cotswolds, Midlands, East Anglia and London and South East, we are pleased to report that we have recently been accepted as a CHAS accredited contractor. The CHAS scheme is a government run initiative that allows firm to demonstrate that they work to accepted health and safety standards and that their financial, insurance and business standing practices are to the...
We're always looking to improve our knowledge and database here at Geo-Integrity. Today we have received the back catalogue from the Chelsea Speleological Society, covering caves, deneholes, tunnels and mines in East Anglia, The South and London and
We are looking for an engineering geologist/ geotechnical engineer at Geo-Integrity at the moment. The Job will be based in Towcester, Northamptonshire (Commutable from Northampton, Daventry, Bicester, Milton Keynes, Aylesbury, Banbury) £18,000 to £23,000 per annum dependent on qualifications/experience We are a start-up geotechnical, SI and geo-environmental consultancy. We are looking for a young ambitious geo-science professional looking to increase their consultancy experience, rather...
Working as engineering geologists we never really know where the next site will be. Some are grotty city centre sites with fly-tipped rubbish and limited access, but we really hit the jackpot recently with this site in the Cotswolds.
The Northampton Sand Formation and Marlstone Rock Bed are two Middle Jurassic geological formations that were laid down when dinosaurs roamed the earth, and the Midlands area was underneath shallow sub-tropical warm seas with a fluctuating sea-level. As a consequence, these two rock formations were formed and are rich in iron ore which was open cast mined in the 19th and 20th Centuries, leaving large areas of Northamptonshire with problem sites for developers.
We find the benefits of the TRL DCP (over the more traditional in-situ tests) are; firstly, its speed and relative cost. Many tests can be undertaken over a short period of time with limited man power. Secondly, when plotting the results cumulatively rather than per blow, you can clearly see differing layers within the sub-grade that are missed when undertaking a standard in-situ CBR test or plate bearing tests.
Here at Geo-Integrity we feel that the core values of rugby union (Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline, Sportsmanship) are a great foundation for young kids. That is why we are proud to sponsor Buckingham Rugby Club with a pitch-side board and program adverts, and specifically the U13 Girls Cygnets Squad shirts.
Here at Geo-Integrity Limited we have undertaken several Mineral Resource Assessments across Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Lincolnshire and are happy to help you, if you find such a planning condition on your pre-app or planning permission.