An interesting look at a site that ESP have recently been involved in providing Geotechnical advice for – the disused
As part of this year’s Earth Science Week, The Geological Society have announced the results of this years photography competition.
We came across a useful glossary of coal mining terms a while ago, here it is: A Glossary of Mining
ESP have been proud to contribute to the efforts to reopen the Rhondda Tunnel, providing a Geotechnical Site Investigation of
FLEXIS (Flexible Integrated Energy Systems) is a £24 million research operation designed to develop an energy systems research capability in
Coal Authority press release, 11th May 2018 The Coal Authority has called for local authority planners, surveyors, developers and geotechnical
We were recently asked to make a reactive geohazard management visit to another South Wales landslide on behalf of Welsh
Engineered by S. W. Yockney, the Rhondda Tunnel is the longest disused tunnel in Wales at 3.1km. Today the portals
From GE Plus, 30th January 2018. Neath Port Talbot Council has said that the latest survey results of the Pantteg
Local information – Here’s an interesting read about the rocks contained within the cliffs at Penarth Head and Lavernock, a picturesque
We regularly share photographs of various Geological sites from all around the world taken by us and others, portraying the
What you’ve all been waiting for… we are excited to announce the return of our ‘Guess the Geological Site’ competition!