Earth Environmental & Geotechnical are delighted to announce that John Grace has joined the board of Directors. John joined Earth Environmental & Geotechnical in 2018 and has headed up the South Regional Office for the last 3 years, growing the business and providing a wide range of environmental and geotechnical services throughout the south.

Radon Monitoring and Detection for New Building Developments | Radon Monitoring and detection is an essential assessment required in risk areas throughout the UK. But how do you know if the land that you intend to develop is at risk from radon? Earth Environmental & Geotechnical can help with radon monitoring and detection. Residential, commercial and future developments need to know if there is a risk of radon exposure, or if radon exposure is occurring.

Meet the Team: Earth Environmental & Geotechnical welcome Heidi who will be based at their Head Office in Stockport Greater Manchester. Heidi has just joined us as a GeoEnvironmental & Mining Consultant in the Stockport office.

From Soil Logging Courses to Phase 1 Desk Studies, it’s been an exciting 1st Month as a Geography and Geology, Graduate!
Since starting at Earth Environmental & Geotechnical on the 7th September, Bethany’s first few weeks of training have been exciting and extensive. She has already been involved in Phase 1 Desk Study reports and completed several training courses, including soil logging and first aid.

Earth Environmental and Geotechnical we are delighted to be recognised in the Top 50 UK Geotechnical Consultancy Businesses. This year we are the 34th largest Geotechnical Consultancy practice in UK. This is a fantastic result achieved through the dedication and expertise of our brilliant team.

Here at Earth Environmental & Geotechnical we are routinely commissioned to provide Coal Mining Risk Assessments (CMRA) to accompany planning applications.
A CMRA is required when a relevant development falls within a Coal Authority development high risk area, due to either former underground workings, potential shallow mineworkings or abandoned mineshafts.

Do I need a Phase 1 Desk Study?

If you are planning to develop a site you will generally need to complete a Phase 1 Desk Study.

A Phase 1 Desktop Study is a preliminary risk assessment which highlights the potential areas of concern of developing on the proposed site. The report will collate and review a wide range of published information about the specific site to gain detailed information of the development sites historical, geological and environmental location.

Earth Environmental & Geotechnical Ltd are currently recruiting for Head Office Team & throughout the UK.
As a successful, expanding environmental, geological, and geotechnical practice, we have recently been awarded a number of large contracts for a number of clients and now need additional staff to assist with project management, report writing, and liaison with clients (and regulators).

Earth Environmental & Geotechnical Ltd North East Office have immediate vacancies for Engineering Geologist and Graduate Geologist/Engineering Geologist.

Earth Environmental & Geotechnical Head Office Office : Meet the Team Alice Barrington
From Phase 1 Desk Studies with site walkovers, Ground Investigations, Coal Mining Risk Assessments to a national programme of Telecom Mast Installations, it’s all in a days work for Alice Barrington – Senior Geo-environmental Consultant for Earth Environmental & Geotechnical based at their Head Office in Stockport Greater Manchester.