News and events
Structural Soils has just delivered the first of this year's in-house BS 5930 (2015) Soil Description training courses.
Employees from all Bristol office locations attended a safety stand down (briefing) this morning. The focus of the stand down was on preventing hand injuries.
Structural Soils’ Justin Barrett (Director) and Eric Downey (Senior Engineering Geologist) attended the AGS Quality Results Seminar yesterday.
Employees at the Structural Soils Bristol office have attended a bespoke, two-hour spills training course which has been newly developed, by environmental consultant Paula Collins and the RSK environmental, health and safety (EHS) team.
50 of Structural Soils’ staff now hold Thames Water Safety Passports, enabling them to work on Thames Water projects – engineers, drillers, technicians and more.
Structural Soils were present to hear Dr. David Norbury tell a packed audience that the new 2015 edition of BS 5930 Code of practice for ground investigations is expected to be finalised this week and issued by the British Standards Institute (BSI) by the end of July.
On 10 June, Structural Soils won Ground Investigation Project of the Year at the Ground Engineering Awards 2015.
We are proud to announce we have been shortlisted as a finalist in the prestigious GE Awards to be held in June this year.