Entries by Stephanie Freeman

Site Supervisor Required

Due to significant growth throughout 2021, Deep Soil Mixing Ltd is looking to appoint a Site Supervisor to join one of the teams working throughout the UK on ground remediation projects. We are looking for experienced site supervisors who may have experience working on soil stabilisation projects. You will need a valid SSSTS or higher […]

Mobile Grout Batching Plant Operator Vacancy

Due to significant growth throughout 2021, Deep Soil Mixing Ltd is looking to appoint a Mobile Grout Batching Plant Operator to join one of the teams working throughout the UK on ground remediation projects. We are looking for experienced batching plant operators who may have experience operating STS or MAT Batching Plants although training will […]

Deep Soil Mixing Ltd Hires New Civil Engineer Apprentice

Ground remediation specialists Deep Soil Mixing Ltd has taken on a new apprentice at its Bedfordshire headquarters. Brandon Wilson has been appointed as a Civil Engineer Apprentice at the award-winning soil mixing firm and will combine study with on-the-job training in his new role. Deep Soil Mixing Ltd’s Managing Director Robert McGall says: “We are […]

Deep Soil Mixing Ltd Launch Environmental R&D Project

Ground remediation specialist Deep Soil Mixing Ltd has this month launched a research and development project to explore new environmentally friendly binders from recycled material for their soil mixing process. Many companies have in the past used cement as their main binder for soil stabilisation but Deep Soil Mixing Ltd are currently working to utilise […]

Deep Soil Mixing Ground Engineering Specialist of the Year at Construction News Awards

Deep Soil Mixing Ltd has won the Ground Engineering Specialist of the Year at the 2019 Construction News Specialists Awards. The inspirational winners of the 2019 Construction News Specialists Awards were crowned in front of the industry on 27 March at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London. The Construction News Specialists Awards brought together over 750 […]

Soil Mixing Technology Double Rotary Auger Brings Improved Geotechnical And Engineering Qualities Than Single Rotary

When considering soil mixing for a ground remediation project it is important to consider the equipment being used, in particular to look at the benefits of using a double rotary auger as opposed to the more commonly used single rotary auger. Soil stabilisation contractor, Deep Soil Mixing Ltd’s Director Robert McGall developed a double rotary […]