James Whitford from EGS said:
“We’ve come a long way since 1994, when we were 2 people and 1 logging vehicle. We’re now 16 people and 8 logging units and it’s fantastic to welcome Nick to the team. As we enter an important period of growth, it’s essential we have additional resources to continue to deliver high quality geophysical surveys and Nick brings a wealth of knowledge and experience. He has a first- class degree in Engineering, an MSc in Engineering Geology and strong background as an Engineering Geologist.”
James went on to say: “Covid has created its challenges, but we have proved that our safe working practices have allowed the business to continue to expand, even in tough times. In January of this year, we moved into new offices, we have expanded our fleet of vehicles and strengthening our workforce is an essential next step towards our business development plan. We would like to thank all our clients for their continued support over the last 27 years and look forward to celebrating the next 27 years.”
Nick Said: “Having worked alongside EGS in a previous role on the HARP project I was very impressed to see the work done by EGS and it sparked my interest as I found it very interesting. I’ve brought to the table some good site experience from a variety of different geotechnical projects having previously been an engineering geologist. I look forward to gaining a brand-new set of skills to my professional profile and getting involved in some other projects in other industries aside from geotechnical like exploration and mining.”
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