RSK’s geosciences business is delighted to launch its new branding and logo: RSK Geosciences. The rebrand, launched this week, has been designed to give the business a visible identity within the geoenvironmental, geotechnics, geophysics and topography sectors, while maintaining its links with RSK. RSK Geosciences is already highly regarded within the industry and RSK is ranked as the top contaminated land/remediation provider by Environment Analyst in its latest (2020) Market Assessment Report. The rebrand will consolidate this reputation.
“The drive behind the rebranding is to help us establish and strengthen the RSK Geosciences brand, which is recognised for prompt practical solutions and delivery, through technical excellence,” explains Neil Hutchinson, RSK Geosciences Managing Director. “Over the years, our business has had several identities that have evolved through acquisition and merger as the RSK group has developed. With the continued growth of the group, we felt that it was the right time to give ourselves our own RSK identity.”
You can find out more about the business and its services at www.rskgroup.com/rsk-business/rsk-geosciences.
To help launch the brand, RSK Geosciences will be delivering a new external webinar series titled “Down to Earth”, over the next six months. The series will focus on the core elements of the business and their applications in today’s world. The sessions will cover, for example, RSK Geosciences’ key services, highlighting how it can help to de-risk development and construction projects through reducing uncertainty on below-ground issues and identifying opportunities for cost and programme savings and sustainability gains.
You can now register for the first three sessions, and find more details on each webinar, on the events section of our website:
18 May, 12:30-13:15: Sustainable risk assessment and remediation. Through a series of case studies, RSK Associate Technical Director Vivien Dent will demonstrate how appropriate risk assessment can be used to create more sustainable development and how the optimum remedial solution can be chosen.
15 June, 12:30-13:15: PAS128 surveys and service avoidance for site investigation. RSK SafeGround has been undertaking GPR service-clearance work to this specification since PAS128 first came out in 2014. We will demonstrate in detail what these procedures are, why we follow them and how this sets the RSK group apart from the competition.
13 July, 12:30-13:15: Economic design and procurement of ground investigations, a consultant’s view. 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.
Look out for more details of further events in the series soon.
For more information on RSK Geosciences and collaboration opportunities, please contact Neil Hutchinson.