In Situ Site Investigation shortlisted for the Ground Engineering Awards 2016
In Situ Site Investigation has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Ground Investigation Specialist of the Year category of the 2016 Ground Engineering Awards.
Before the awards, all finalists will attend face-to-face judging by members of the 43-strong jury, made up of clients, contractors, consultants and academics including:
Ken Allison, director of allocation and asset management, Environment Agency
Mike Black, head of geotechnics, Crossrail
Roger Bridge, tunnelling manager, Balfour Beatty
Chris Dulake, engineering director, HS2
Rand Watkins, lead project engineer, London Underground
This year saw a record number of companies entering the Ground Engineering Awards and editor Claire Smith commented:
“The range of projects, initiatives and innovations within this year’s entries clearly demonstrate that the UK geotechnics industry is very active and growing, which is great to see. The volume of entries this year means that making it onto the shortlist for the 2016 event was no mean feat and I think the live judging stage will create some interesting discussions.”
The winners will be announced on 30 June2016 at a glamorous lunchtime ceremony at the Hilton Park Lane, London, where over 800 of the industry elite will join together for an event filled with entertainment, celebration and networking.
“In Situ Site Investigation Ltd is both proud and honoured to be named a finalist for the prestigious Ground Engineering Awards 2016 in the Ground Investigation Specialist of the Year category. This is recognition for everyone within the company who have worked so hard over the years and is testament to our continued growth of in situ testing within the geotechnical industry."
Darren Ward, Managing Director