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Soil Engineering transfers to Bachy Soletanche

Vinci Construction UK is to this month transfer its site investigation and grouting firm Soil Engineering to Bachy Soletanche, the UK geotechnical arm of parent firm Vinci’s Soletanche Freyssinet.

Bachy Soletanche is a specialist in geotechnics and foundation design, including large diameter auger and continuous flight auger piling, restricted access mini piling, diaphragm walls, tunnelling and grouting.

Established in 1963, Soil Engineering operates throughout the UK, employing over 175 staff, with an annual turnover of around £15M. In recent years it has worked on major infrastructure projects including Crossrail, Thameslink, the Tideway Improvements scheme and the M74.

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