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Call for freelance Client Representatives

October 29, 2012

In addition to our current vacancies, we are also looking for freelance Client Representatives. For more details, please see our vacancies page.

Vacancy – paid internship

October 29, 2012

We have an opportunity for a recent Masters graduate to gain a month of paid work experience in our fast-growing leading-edge near-surface geophysics consultancy, based in Mold. Please note the application deadline for this internship is Wednesday 7th November 2012. For more details, please see our vacancies page.

Further vacancies – Seismic and Geotechnical

October 26, 2012

We have two further vacancies for Geophysicists – Seismic Interpreters and one vacancy for a Senior Geotechnical Engineer, all based in Mold. Please note the application deadline for both these posts is Sunday 9th December 2012. For more details, please see our vacancies page.

Vacancies – seismic interpreters

September 13, 2012

We have two vacancies for a Geophysicist – Seismic Interpreter and Senior Geophysicist – Seismic Interpreter, both based in Mold. Please note the application deadline for both these posts is Sunday 30th September 2012. For more details, please see our vacancies page.

Vacancies – seismic interpreters

June 1, 2012

We have a two new vacancies for a Geophysicist – Seismic Interpreter and Senior Geophysicist – Seismic Interpreter, both based in Mold. For more details, please see our vacancies page.

Dennis R. E. Dickins

May 21, 2012

CEGS have known of Reynolds International Ltd, previously Reynolds Geo-Sciences Ltd, since the mid-1990s and have utilised their services over the years for specific surveying in the former underground coal and iron ore fields of West Cumbria. As a lead consultant, we have used Reynolds International to successfully locate and define both the underground workings […]

B A Davidson – HM Consul

May 21, 2012

The British Embassy, Bucharest, has been working with Professor John Reynolds, of Reynolds International Ltd, since 2008 in order to ensure that the Embassy’s earthquake and emergency planning is up to date; and that all staff, dependents and the British community, for which the Embassy has a responsibility, are briefed on the causes, the preparations […]

Why marine geophysical surveys don’t deliver

May 18, 2012

Prof. John M. Reynolds, MD of Reynolds International Ltd, has been invited by The Crown Estate to give a presentation about ‘why many marine geophysical surveys don’t deliver’ on the 23rd May. The Crown Estate is hosting a ‘Jack-Up Safety’ workshop at their premises in London. The talk will focus on marine geophysical specifications and […]

Sucessful Polar conference in Delhi, India

March 21, 2012

Although penguins and polar bears do not mix, the International Conference on the Science and Geopolitics of the Arctic and Antarctic, held in Delhi, India, 9th-11th March 2012, attracted representatives involved in both poles to a very productive and stimulating event. Prof. John M. Reynolds, MD of Reynolds International Ltd, was invited to give a […]

ICE Manual of Geotechnical Engineering published

February 29, 2012

Professor John M. Reynolds has contributed to the newly-published ‘ICE Manual of Geotechnical Engineering’ with a section concerning geophysical exploration and remote sensing (chapter 45). Chapters will shortly be available for individual purchase from the ICE Virtual Library.