With a masters degree in Engineering Geology from Imperial College, Juliet has extensive experience in geotechnical and geoenvironmental investigation and consultancy, Juliet has worked on a wide variety of developments in a range of geological conditions and has been with GEA since its inception in 2003.
She has been involved with investigation of sites affected by chalk solution features and clay heave problems and has supervised and validated the remediation of former petrol stations and furniture works, including the redevelopment of a former toy factory in Hackney. Juliet worked on the redevelopment of the oldest petrol filling station in central London, including specification and validation of remediation of soil and groundwater contamination. She has gained particular experience in carrying out complex combined geotechnical and geoenvironmental investigations on former industrial sites in the Southeast of England and on difficult city-centre sites.
Juliet is responsible for much of the day to day technical direction of our main Herts office and directs the training and mentoring of junior members of staff.
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