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Early Career’s Group February Meeting - Precis

“Compassionate Leadership in Practice” was the topic for February’s Early Careers Group (ECG) session, which was presented by FPS Chair, Steve Hadley. Host David Major kicked off the session, which…

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FPS March Podcast Now Live

Jim De Waele, President Europe at Keller Talks Global Issues Impacting Construction Joining Federation of Piling specialists (FPS) podcast host, FPS Chair Steve Hadley this month, is Jim De Waele.…

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February FPS Podcast Now Live

This month’s Federation of Piling specialists (FPS) podcast, sponsored by Central Piling, features Anusha Shah, Director of Resilient Cities at Arcadis and future President of the Institution of Civil Engineers…

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Early Careers Group - March Meeting Announced

March’s Early Careers Group (ECG) event will be held virtually 25th March 2021 at 3pm and features Matt Smith, Operations Leader at Expanded Geotechnical, presenting the engaging topic of “Rotary…

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FPS Early Careers Group Presents to Bath University's Architecture and Civil Engineering Society

The Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) Early Careers Group members David Major and Julia Hill were recently invited to deliver a talk to Bath University’s Architecture and Civil Engineering Society,…

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The FPS Supports The Contamination & Geotech Expo 2021

The Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) is pleased be supporting The Contamination & Geotech Expo, a unique two-day event taking place on 22nd & 23rd September 2021, at the NEC,…

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Reverse VAT Charge

The Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) is supporting Build UK’s calling for the withdrawal of the ‘VAT Reverse Charge’, which is due to be introduced on 1 March 2021. Value…

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Early Careers Group - February Meeting Announced

February’s Early Careers Group (ECG) event will be held virtually 23rd February 2021, at 3pm and will last approximately 1 hour. The session will feature Steve Hadley, Chair of the…

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Wet Paint – don’t touch!

We have all seen such signs and what is our natural reaction – you’ve guessed it we touch it to see if it is really wet! We have a propensity…

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