GEOTOPICS - The Archive

Here you'll find every edition of our Geotopics magazine, right back to the First Edition in 1993.



GEOTOPICS Issue 23

Winter 2017/18

Read about the range of projects we have worked on in our annual magazine. This year's edition includes:

  • A site investigation between junctions 13 and 16 of the M1 as part of a £349 million investment
  • Our chairman Len Threadgold's recent award for excellence in geotechnical practice from the ICE and the British Geotechnical Association
  • Investigations in Peterborough and Leeds on live Network Rail facilities
  • Working on track throughout Phases 4 and 5 of the North West Electrification Project (NWEP)
  • Investigating the ground at the University of Manchester for the £150m Henry Royce Institute
  • Working with the Environment Agency in Hampshire



GEOTOPICS Issue 22

Winter 2016/17

GEOTOPICS Issue 21

Winter 2015/16

GEOTOPICS Issue 20

Winter 2013/14

GEOTOPICS Issue 19

Winter 2012/13

GEOTOPICS Issue 18

Winter 2011/12

GEOTOPICS Issue 17

Winter 2010/11

GEOTOPICS Issue 16

Summer 2009

GEOTOPICS Issue 15

Winter 2007/08

GEOTOPICS Issue 14

Winter 2006/07

GEOTOPICS Issue 13

Winter 2005/06

GEOTOPICS Issue 12

Winter 2004

GEOTOPICS Issue 11

Winter 2003

GEOTOPICS Issue 10

Summer 2003

GEOTOPICS Issue 9

December 2002

GEOTOPICS Issue 8

December 2001

GEOTOPICS Issue 7

March 2000

GEOTOPICS Issue 6

June 1998

GEOTOPICS Issue 5

December 1996

GEOTOPICS Issue 4

April 1996

GEOTOPICS Issue 3

June 1995

GEOTOPICS Issue 2

August 1994



GEOTOPICS Issue 1

October 1993

Take a look at the First Edition and see where Geotopics began over 25 years ago.  Stories include:

  • 10 years on.  The company celebrates it's tenth birthday and takes a look at a decade worth of achievements, including a NAMAS accredited laboratory and a new Exeter office 
  • Coventry Cathedral.  A local project provides us the opportunity to undertake a non-intrusive investigation using Ground Probing Radar
  • Sheepwash Revisited. With major reconstruction of Sheepwash Bridge being considered, Geotechnics are appointed to undertake a large ground investigation to advise foundation design
  • NAMAS Approval. Successful accreditation assessment means that we can now display the NAMAS logo on our stationary and appropriate test result reports
  • Jurassic Hazards. A ground radon monitoring investigation for a land developer in South Warwickshire and the increasing awareness of radon risk across the UK
  • AGS Format. The newly released data Standard Interchange Format for the industry, and Geotechnics' role in it's development




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