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Soils Limited Hires Tim Lambert As Associate Director

Posted on 1st February 2022

Soils Limited Demonstrates Growth Ambitions With Leadership Hire

Soils Limited, has appointed Tim Lambert as Associate Director – Commercial. The newly created role will see Lambert, who joins from engineering heavyweights Jacobs, develop the firm’s management process and provide further growth opportunities as Soils looks to build upon consistent growth.

Lambert started his career at US-based civil engineers CH2M as a Geotechnical Engineer before its acquisition by Jacobs in 2017. He spent over six years at Jacobs rising to the position of Associate Project Manager.

Lambert, who will be based in the Winchester office, commented: “This is an exciting time to be joining Soils. They have built a strong team and are widening the breadth of their services and pushing into new regions. Everyone is eager to take the business to the next level and I can’t wait to get started on making Soils’ 40th year its best yet.”

Soils Limited had a strong end to 2021, with the consultancy successfully completing its largest project to date and on track for record revenue, with new hires across all regions. 2022 is set to continue in a similar vein, with a new drilling rig arriving in January and plans to significantly expand our surveying capabilities. This year also marks its 40th anniversary with a number of initiatives planned to mark the milestone.

Craig Morrison, Director who heads up the Winchester office commented: “Tim joining the team is quite the coup. We’re an ambitious company, and Tim’s experience from his time at Jacobs shows the industry that we can compete with the biggest and best.”

Rob Higginson, Founding Director commented on Lambert’s return, saying: “We may be celebrating our 40th anniversary this year, but we have never felt younger! 2021 was a really positive one for us at Soils Limited, and with Tim doubling down on the commercial side of our business, we are well placed to build on the success of last year.”

Lambert’s experience includes rail and highway infrastructure, marine construction, container terminal and bulk terminal development and environmental permitting on projects ranging from a few thousand up to a billion dollars.