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ESG expands its geotechnical team

ESG has announced the appointment of four new senior staff to strengthen its geotechnical division.

Keith Salt joins as business development director for Scotland and the renewable energy market, Wesley Wray has been appointed as special projects manager, Charles Birchall will take on the role of business development manager for the northern region and Robert Millar will take on the same role for the southern region.

“We are pleased to welcome this team of experienced and knowledgeable engineer, to our business at a time when the industry is experiencing growth, with large scale projects, such as HS2, in the pipeline, which will deliver further growth over the next decade,” said ESG geotechnical division managing director Philip Ball.

“In preparation for the upturn in the sector and our planned business expansion we have recently invested heavily in the latest surveying systems and technologies, to ensure we are in the very best position to maximise opportunities and support our business as it grows further and diversifies throughout 2014 and beyond.”

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