24 March 2015 at 10:21
This week the technical services department welcomed a sixth member, Chris McDermott, to Geotechnical Engineering’s team of trained and experienced utility surveyors. The team undertakes land and utility surveys to demanding internal and external technical standards and ensures that company health and safety requirements and systems are strictly adhered to. They are fully conversant with the Company requirements for the safe operation of the plant and equipment required for undertaking of topographic and GPS Surveys, Utility Clearance and Mapping, Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) and geotechnical and geo-environmental monitoring.
The team’s qualifications include CSCS, SPA Petrol Retail, LPS trained (ESSO), Defensive Driver Training, LTU Benchmark Levels 1, 2 & 3 in Advanced Utility Surveying, Confined Spaces Level 3, National Grid Person (Substations), BESC (Substations), PTS and IWA.
The technical services department form an integral part of Geotechnical Engineering’s integrated ground investigation service, taking a project from service clearance to enable ground disturbance, through to drilling services, laboratory testing and reporting.
For further details of all our technical services capability please contact Gary Simpson on firstname.lastname@example.org