Geo-environmental Principal joins North team
11 Jun 2018
We are delighted to welcome Chris Everitt to the Geo-environmental team as Principal Consultant based in the Leeds office. Chris brings over twenty years’ experience focused on ground risk, working across a range of sectors including Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals; Oil and Gas, Mining, Property Development and Finance.
Having worked for a variety of UK-based and International consultancies, Chris has held senior roles across local and international projects and holds specific experience in:
- Characterisation and remediation of complex sites, including operational chemical works, former gasworks, and power infrastructure projects
- Delivering strategic advice on ground risk to large scale schemes including coal mining legacy issues
- Commercial issues around transactions and investment with respect to ground conditions
- Supporting schemes through the planning process, including EIA scale developments and the technical requirements of such support
Chris gained his Earth Sciences degree in Leeds and completed a Masters in Environmental Analysis and Assessment at Imperial Collage, London.
An award-winning Health & Safety adviser, Chris also holds a NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety which has enabled him to provide H&S support and advice where needed.
Richard Lawless, Geo-environmental Unit Director for the North regions, says "We're pleased to have Chris on board with his invaluable experience and knowledge. Chris will be working with our clients to support project delivery, as well as sharing his experience and getting involved with our Delta-Simons Academy - our internal business support function which focuses on the provision of training, wellbeing and cultural awareness to fulfil our vision of achieving excellence in our environment, and ensure we recruit and retain the best staff in the industry."
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