Jeremy Head, Freelance Environmental Consultant

Jeremy Head

Freelance Environmental Consultant

Jeremy works as a freelance site engineer and consultant, contracting for site investigation companies undertaking drill rig supervision, well design, environmental sampling and monitoring, project management and reporting. 

He brings 18 years of industry experience in consulting firms where he has worked on landfill, fuel, pharmaceutical, industrial and residential sites. His emphasis is on quality and safety.

Jeremy has worked on a variety of projects including a hydrogeological study of Hatfield Aerodrome, London 2012 Aquatics Centre, ExxonMobil and BP divestment projects together with smaller scale residential and industrial development projects across the UK.

Jeremy is a Chartered Environmentalist and fellow of the Geological Society through which he maintains his continued professional development to stay in tune with the constantly evolving industry.

Jon Bylo, Measurex Consulting Ltd.

Jon Bylo

Owner, Measurex Consulting Ltd.

Measurex Consulting provides a variety of consultancy and on-site measurement services, primarily focused on instrumentation, monitoring support to contractors, engineering consultants and sensor manufacturers, worldwide.

Jon has worked on a number of major projects in the UK and overseas, including Crossrail, Victoria Station and King’s Cross Station Upgrade, Victoria Line, Central Line, and Piccadilly Line metro upgrades in London, Channel Tunnel Rail Link (HS1), West Coast Main Line, and projects in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Morocco, and the Falkland Islands.

As well as running Measurex, Jon keeps up to date with the latest in measurement technology and best practice, providing a cost-effective measurement, monitoring or imaging service, working with a network of associates.

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Michael Ryan, Technician

Michael Ryan


Mike is currently reading a Masters in Civil Engineering at the University of Exeter. He is now in his final year and has been working for R L Geotechnical Ltd. part-time between his studies since summer 2016. Michael is quick to learn and keen to progress his career in instrumentation and monitoring.

Mike is tasked with a range of varied roles within the company. He is equally as comfortable completing paperwork and processing data in the office as he is installing instrumentation out on site.

Richard Lipscombe, Director

Richard Lipscombe

Director & Principal Consultant

Richard’s career in instrumentation and monitoring spans over eight years. He graduated from the University of Surrey with a BEng in Civil Engineering and founded R L Geotechnical Ltd. in 2015. As well as working on a number of large construction projects in the UK, he has also worked in Scandinavia, the US, and Australia and specialises in training people in installation of instrumentation and monitoring best practice.

Richard splits his time between installing instrumentation and training staff on site, assembling dataloggers and developing and testing instrumentation and techniques in the workshop, and  looking after the day to day running of the company in the office.