RSK is now responsible for digging approximately a quarter of all intrusive locations in the UK. This includes boreholes, window samples and trial pits.
Category: In the press
“The coronavirus pandemic is a wake-up call,” RSK Biocensus Managing Director Steph Wray has told Rail Professional in her article “Rail infrastructure and the green recovery”, published on 1 October.
RSK Biocensus Associate Director Peter Walker has been published in InsideEcology, in which he takes a closer look at shad. This fish species, also known as the May fish, inhabits UK rivers, but numbers have declined significantly in recent years.
In light of the upcoming Brownfield Awards, for which RSK’s submission for the project ‘The Mersey Gateway, Halton Borough, Northwest England’, has been shortlisted for three categories, Environment Analyst Director and Brownfield Awards Judge Ian Grant spoke to RSK’s Haydn Keen, Project Director and Stephen Pettitt, RSK Technical Director and Contamination Specialist for Merseylink Civil Contractors Joint Venture (MCCJV) for the duration of the project.