The work was part of the Unity Project, a key element of the RFU's legacy commitment, as hosts of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, to develop other rugby nations. Rugby is Georgia's second most popular sport.
Last year the RFU went out to Georgia and conducted a survey which identified coaching and pitches as areas that needed improvement. Stuart Facey, from Witham, went on their second visit to assess the pitches and to help create a plan of how to develop them, along with Twickenham head groundsman Keith Kent.
Stuart is currently working at New Hall School in Chelmsford on its grounds while studying one day a month at Writtle College for his Level 3 Diploma in Work-Based Horticulture (Sports Turf - Groundsman).
He has already completed his Level 2 at the College and is studying alongside his twin brother, who is also employed as an apprentice groundsman while studying sports turf.