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Deadline draws near for Geotechnical Services File entries

Companies wishing to appear in the 2016 Geotechnical Services File (GSF) and contributing to the market trends survey have just two weeks left to ensure they don’t miss out.

The deadline for completing questionnaires for the GSF is 13 May but many businesses have yet to start work their entries.

GE editor Claire Smith said: “Industry-wide participation is essential to ensure that the trends survey gives a clear picture of changes in the ground engineering market in the last 12 months and a view on what the coming year will bring for the sector.

“The GSF analysis, which will be published in the August/September issue of the magazine and online, is widely used by the geotechnics industry to shape recruitment and investment plans for the next 12 months.

“Last year’s growth and optimism for 2016 should give some interesting results in this year’s GSF.”

The questionnaire for this year’s report was been sent to registered respondents and a reminder will be sent shortly but if you have not previously taken part, then it is not too late to register to be involved in the 2016 GSF. To check whether you company responded to the questionnaire in 2015, please view the A to Z listing from last year’s report

If you have not previously participated or you think your company’s contact may have changed, please email Claire.smith@emap.com to check your company’s login or to have an account set up.

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