Sam Diver

Geoenvironmental Engineer

Office: Manchester

Sam joined RSK Geosciences in 2021 after graduating from university. He has quickly gained wide experience and knowledge through the RSK Geosciences graduate development scheme and has been involved with a range of interesting and challenging projects. On a daily basis, Sam undertakes desk study research and reports on various projects, from previously undeveloped land to former industrial sites, as well as city centre projects. He also arranges and undertakes ground investigation, including supervision of complex drilling and trial pitting works, coordination of contractors and other survey teams on-site and client liaison to arrange and confirm access and reinstatement of the works.

Alongside his main role, Sam is involved with developing the use of new techniques and methods to streamline the site assessment and investigation process and to enable fast-paced data collection and interpretation to facilitate quicker reporting to the client and a more interactive reporting process.

What do you enjoy most about your job?

“There is a great variety to the job; no two days are the same. I find there is a healthy balance between fieldwork and reporting in the office, meaning that I get involved in the whole project process from start to finish. I also appreciate the level of training and support given to graduates, as well as having a friendly and knowledgeable team around me that empowers me to continually improve professionally.”

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