Philip Norville

Dynasafe BACTEC

Philip Norville
Dynasafe BACTEC Limited
Head of Business Development – UK Land & Marine

Philip is a Civil Engineer with over 20 years’ experience and has worked for a number of Civil Engineering Contractors providing a wide range of Geo-Environmental and ground risk solutions.
Philip has worked on some of the largest contaminated land projects in the UK including The Millennium Dome, The Avenue and the London Olympics.
More recently Philip has changed role to lead Dynasafe BACTEC Limited’s Business Development, Marketing and pre-contract team. Dynasafe BACTEC Limited are the UK’s leading unexploded ordnance (UXO) risk mitigation specialist, with the widest range of UXO risk mitigation services supporting the construction industry and MoD. Dynasafe BACTEC have been involved with over 6000 uxo projects in the last 26 years.

www.bactecuxo.com

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Understanding UXO risk on your construction project

Every year the construction industry uncovers significant numbers of items of unexploded ordnance on projects. UXO is a known risk to construction projects and risk evaluation and appropriate mitigation should be undertaken. This seminar explains the difference between preliminary and detailed UXO risk assessments and when such reports should be commissioned. It also explains the recommendations these reports may make.

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