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Deadline for 2016 Geotechnical Services File extended

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Ground Engineering has announced that the deadline for entries to the 2016 Geotechnical Services File has been extended to Wednesday 25 May.

“There has been a good response to the survey from the industry but there are some major players in the sector that have not yet finalised their entry,” said GE editor Claire Smith.

“Industry-wide participation is essential to ensure the results give an accurate picture of the market and expected trends for the coming 12 months.”

The deadline for companies to complete their entry to ensure they appear in the A to Z listing of UK geotechnical businesses and also contribute to the trends survey has now been extended to Wednesday 25 May.

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

The questionnaire for this year’s report was been sent to registered respondents and a reminder with details of the extension 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 to check your company’s login or to have an account set up.

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