Andrew W Hill

Society for Underwater Technology in the U.S.

Andy W. Hill is the Engineering Technical Authority for Marine Geohazards for BP. He is currently Chair of the OSIG Houston Committee, having been the founder of the committee in 2007.  He has been a member of the UK equivalent committee since 1990. He was made a Fellow of the SUT in 2020. He has 38 years of experience in Geophysical Site Investigation, the last 32 with BP. In 1997 he championed the introduction of AUVs into deep water site investigation triggering a step change in deliver after their introduction in 2000-01. He has worked on projects globally and introduced or championed some of the most significant developments in geophysical site investigation. He has published widely on the subject and been director or contributor to numerous industry documents.

Current Position at SUT

Chair, OSIG Houston
Organizer/Creator/Instructor for the Introduction to Integration Site Characterization Course (Currently in rebuild), Short Course Committee
Conference Committee: Offshore Site Investigation and Foundation Behavior 2023, International Conference, London Presenter for the School Touring Program  


B.Sc. (Hons)        Maritime Studies (Maritime Geography), University of Wales (UWIST), UK, 1981
M.Sc.                     Marine Geology and Geophysics, University College London, UK, 1983

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