If you want to remove the risk from your next engineering project, then make sure you get the right geophysical support and advice.
Making certain that your project runs smoothly can be a simple process, with the help of our team of specialists at Reynolds International Ltd
If you're uncertain about the ground conditions of your next project or you have concerns over the quality of the bedrock that you're planning to excavate, then you could be on a collision course with a whole host of technical complications.
Not to mention the fact that you'll probably have to wave goodbye to your milestones of completing your project on time and on budget.
With a wealth of experience in near-surface and wind farm geophysical consultancy, as well as geohazard assessment and risk management, we have the necessary knowledge not only to ensure that your technical risks are reduced, but your financial ones are too.
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Posted on August 8th, 2014
On the 8th August 1914 Sir Ernest Shackleton’s expedition ship HMS Endurance set sail from Plymouth, England, to Buenos Aires en route to the Antarctic Peninsula.
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