RSK organises and participates in a wide range of events. From webinars to exhibitions, corporate to CSR events, and awards ceremonies to dinners, look no further to find the latest events to keep you at the forefront of your industry. To contact our events team, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Event date: April 06, 2023So how is BNG going to work then?
This webinar will review the salient BNG updates and will draw on our experience of delivering complex large-scale BNG delivery plans
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Mel Lyons, Technical Lead for Hydrogeology at RSK Geosciences, will give this presentation that will illustrate how good quality data are fundamental to the understanding of aquifer characteristics.
Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have been termed the “forever chemicals”, but what are they? Are they harmful? Where will I find them?
This webinar will summarise methods and approaches for obtaining renewable heat from the ground using ground source heat pumps (GSHP).
This webinar will present Leap’s foundation carbon calculator, a tool that has been developed in conjunction with the University of Surrey.
This webinar explores how water monitoring is used to support risk assessments and environmental permit applications.
In this webinar, RSK Geosciences will outline some of the challenges faced by practitioners when assessing sites for gas and vapour risk.
In this seminar, Dr Siôn Roberts will outline some of the challenges that coal legacy sites pose to the developer and geotechnical consultant
This webinar by Senior Environmental Consultant Emma Hobbs will provide a brief overview of the risks of asbestos in soil and how these can impact every aspect of a site investigation.
In this webinar Dr Shon Williams will present case studies of on-site geotechnical failures and will discuss the underlying causes behind them.
This webinar will provide an overview of when geophysical surveys should be best scheduled and key factors that clients should consider
We will demonstrate in this event, through a series of case studies, how appropriate risk assessment can be used to create more sustainable development and how the optimum remedial solution can be chosen
The competitive, cost-effective design of a ground investigation goes further than simply providing the lowest rates and completing the work as quickly as possible.
RSK SafeGround has been undertaking GPR service-clearance work to this specification since PAS128 first came out in 2014. This talk will demonstrate in detail what these procedures are, why we follow them and how this sets the RSK group apart from the competition.