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2018: the first six months

July 11, 2018
by Steve Branch

We are often told that we are at the “frontline” of a construction project, which clearly we are, and are therefore a bellwether for the state of the construction market in general. Again, probably true to a large extent.

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My work experience at GEA

July 9, 2018
by Toby Forster

My name is Toby Forster, and I am just completing my first year of A level studies at Simon Balle School in Hertford. I have spent this week doing work experience at GEA’s main office in Ware, Hertfordshire.

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My industrial placement with GEA

February 28, 2018
by Olivia

My name is Olivia Houghton and I am currently a one-year placement student at GEA, based in their head office in Ware, Hertfordshire. The placement is part of the Industrial Bursary Scheme which I got through studying Engineering Geology and Geotechnics at the University of Portsmouth.

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New guidance for bored piles in London Clay

February 7, 2018
by Steve Branch

The London District Surveyors Association (LDSA) has announced publication of a new version of its design document for piles in London Clay which is widely used by building control across the capital’s 32 boroughs.

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