RSK swoops on mini piling specialist

Aaron Morby 2 years ago
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Acquisitive consultant RSK has bought specialist mini piling and geotechnical contractor TechnikGS.

TechnikGS was set up 10 years ago by mini piling specialists
TechnikGS was set up 10 years ago by mini piling specialists

Established in 2011, the geotechnical business which operates out of offices in Runcorn, London and Glasgow, is RSK’s 10th acquisition in this 2021/2022 financial year.

TechnikGS brings another string to RSK’s bow as it strives towards its strategic aim of bringing services in-house to provide a comprehensive end-to-end offering for clients.

The geotechnical specialist operates across all industry sectors, in particular construction, energy, utilities, infrastructure, manufacturing, petrochemical, distribution and defence.

The existing management team of Graham Lewis, Paul Whinfield, Kevin Christie and Paul Woodfield will continue to lead the business.

It will become part of RSK’s Geosciences and Engineering division and will gain the backup and direction of George Tuckwell, Divisional Director

RSK chief executive and founder Alan Ryder said he is actively investing in the development of new businesses and bolt-on acquisitions, as well as equipment and facilities, to provide full-service solutions to a wide, international client base.

Based on its current trajectory and strategy, the business anticipates that by 2025 it will be delivering an annual turnover of £1bn and will employ 10,000 people around the world.

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