Pleased to Announce the New Office

Geo-Matters Managing Director; Mark Lewis; is proud to announce the opening of our new Eastwood office ...


The NHBC Presentation

Geo-Matters Limited were invited by the NHBC to prepare and deliver a presentation on ‘Ground Investigation ...


Geo-Matters are expanding

Geo-Matters are proud to announce that we have doubled our staff levels within the last twelve months ...


Geo-Matters Employee joins S.E.E.

Geo-Matters takes continuing professional development and staff progression seriously, and we encourage everyone ...


Geo-Matters Ltd. have doubled their staff levels

We are proud to announce that we have doubled our staff levels within the last 12 months.

During this period the team has seen significant changes take place, including the addition of a further two qualified Engineers and a Technician. This coupled with a significant increase in turnover highlights the pace of the sustained growth at Geo-Matters Ltd.

We believe that the increase in the number of qualified team members demonstrates our continued commitment to our Clients, ensuring we offer a wide range of quality services by adding greater depth and strength to our already respected brand.

Managing Director, Mark Lewis said: “Making the business scalable has always been part of our plan, but seeing the numbers double in such a short space of time is really encouraging.” And also adding : “I’m proud of the people we’ve brought in; there’s definitely a lot of expertise within our office and we’re continuing to attract the right sort of people. It’s an exciting time to be a part of the team as we’ve got a few big developments around the corner.”

Associate Director (Technical), James Regan said: “We’ve got some fantastic opportunities on the horizon across a variety of sectors that could really take the team to the next level. If we continue to benefit from the positive economic and political climate, and the exciting new projects our Clients are engaging with us on, I don’t see why our growth won’t continue.”