UK: Coastline Surveys Hires New Geotechnical Engineer

UK Coastline Surveys Hires New Geotechnical Engineer.

Godwin Eton is joining Coastline Surveys as a Geotechnical Engineer responsible for preparation of geotechnical reports from offshore and nearshore geotechnical projects, running the soil logging facility and increasing the company portfolio to include pipeline geotechnics and soil-structure interactions.

Godwin is a Geotechnical Engineer/Engineering Geologist with over seven years industry experience. He holds a BSc (Hons) in Geology from University of Calabar (2000), an MSc in Engineering Geology from the University of Newcastle (2005) and has recently received his PhD researching geotechnical stability of offshore pipelines from the University of Leeds.

His past work experience spans across site investigation supervisions, foundation designs, pipeline-soil interaction, technical report preparation, consultancy and research. He has worked as a geotechnical engineer on geotechnical and oil/gas related projects in Africa and Europe within major onshore and offshore international consultancies before proceeding to pursue further research studies.

Press Release, September 03, 2012

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