We’re proud to announce that we have been reappointed to two frameworks at Sellafield, where we will continue delivering asset management services at the Cumbria site.
The frameworks, which cover civil inspections and topographical and GIS services are for a three-year period with an option for a one-year extension.
The site at Sellafield is within its decommissioning phase therefore ongoing management is required to control assets for the lifecycle required through the decommissioning phase, which Tetra Tech supports through data capture and analysis of condition and lifecycle management.
Brian Kirkbride, Framework Director for Civil Inspections at Tetra Tech, said: “Having worked with Sellafield over the past two decades our knowledge of the site and understanding of the client’s requirements means we are excellently placed to continue delivering detailed inspections and reporting to the standard Sellafield expects”
Our work at Sellafield is led by specialist project managers, building surveyors, civil and structural engineers, and geospatial surveyors who are adept at working in highly regulated environments and understand the technical complexities around the operations there.
The teams deliver a wide variety of services, from aerial surveys to mapping all civil assets and terrain features in GIS. The work they do helps inform the client about degradation meaning they can prioritise investment for the site. They can also be called upon to give strategic and technical advice on asset management and repairs through the framework.
Craig Hatch, President at Tetra Tech, said: “Sellafield Ltd. recognises our team’s unique industry-leading talent with this appointment. Our colleagues have continuously demonstrated their technical excellence and performance particularly throughout the pandemic supporting Sellafield to adapt inspection regimes as needed and ensure essential surveys could still take place.”
Alongside this work, we are also participating in some of the wider initiatives being run by Sellafield including an innovation group where participants can look at current approaches and put forward ideas for improvements.