Janice is a senior practicing geotechnical engineer with 25 years’ experience working in geotechnics and ground engineering.
A Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers and employed by COWI she is involved with large multidisciplinary civil engineering projects. The focus of Janice’s career has been to identify and manage ground risk, which can affect cost and programme surety as well as having a significant adverse impact on stakeholders. Her key technical experience includes the analysis and design of sub-structures on UK and international projects for tall buildings, stadia, and transportation.
She also has extensive experience of design for infrastructure schemes, and assessment of the impact of these on the built environment.
She is the author of several industry practice documents and papers and was a member of the working Group on the Reuse of Foundations for Urban Sites (RuFUS) project part- funded by the European Commission. She is currently on the Geotechical Working Group for the Association of Geotechnical and Geo-environmental Specialists (AGS). Janice held a position at University College London as a Teaching Fellow in Geotechnics and Integrated Design. Janice’s strategic experience includes leading a CABE funded scheme for seaside regeneration, leading geotechnical teams and divisions for major consultancy’s, being a Council Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and a Senate Member of the AGS.