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David R Murrays are pleased

to be associated with the

 Scottish Home Awards 2010

Nominated in 7 out of 15 categories

NHBC 30 Years
Pride in the Job
We are delighted that six of our projects were "Quality Award Winners" across the various categories with a variety of developers in 2010
please e-mail CV's to recruitment@davidrmurray.co.uk

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David R Murray and Associates An Overview

The Firm of David R Murray and Associates was founded in 1972 in Dunfermline, Fife. Some four years later the Edinburgh Office was opened at St. Johns Road, Edinburgh and in October 2008 the new Edinburgh City Office opened in Eyre Place.

These locations enable the Firm to maintain a localised presence for all projects undertaken within the central belt of Scotland.

The Firm undertakes all forms of Civil, Structural, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering consultancy work, providing design and supervisory services to various public bodies, private companies and individuals.

Comprehensive consultancy services are provided from initial feasibility and economic study stages through final design and detailing to completion and commissioning of projects on site.

With a complement of 45 plus staff distributed throughout three offices, the Firm retains a wealth of experience.

David R Murray & Associates are currently looking to recruit

Geotechnical Engineer
DRM has an opening for an experienced Geotechnical Engineer to work on a variety of projects within the central belt of Scotland and beyond based within our Edinburgh office.

Candidates are required to have a minimum of 2 years experience in geotechnical and mineral investigations as well as contaminated land assessments. Candidates would be capable of undertaking investigations and logging soils and rock to BS5930, BS10175 and Eurocodes and have experience of directing trial pit and borehole investigations by others.

Candidates will therefore be required to manage and supervise site investigations and thereafter prepare interpretive geoenvironmental reports, liaising with both clients and contractors to ensure projects are delivered on time and within budget. Candidates should therefore possess excellent report writing and communication skills.

Experience of earthworks, grouting supervision and site remediation would be preferred.

Experience in foundation/ground engineering design and slope stability assessments would also be preferred.

Candidates should have full UK driving license