We are excited to welcome ten new starters into our environment team in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Conor Lydon, geo-environmental director at Tetra Tech, said: “Our latest recruitment drive comes on the back of an increased demand for our specialist land contamination, groundwater, ground investigation, environmental due diligence, geotechnical and ecological services. Our continued growth in the Northern Irish market has allowed us to invest in some exciting new service areas such as carbon reduction and geotechnical design.
The new starters in the photo above include:
- Cathair Dixon – Senior Geotechnical Design Engineer
- Jane Baird – Senior Geo-Environmental Design Engineer
- Victoria Welsh – Carbon Reduction Assistant
- Maria Gribben – Assistant Groundwater Scientist
- Paul Kelly – Assistant Geo-environmental Consultant
- Paul Gocher – Apprentice Geo-environmental Consultant
- Matthew Spratt – Ground Investigation Engineer
- Lauren Jackson – Assistant Ecologist
- Nathan McIlwrath – Project Ecologist
Michael Boyd, head of geo-environmental services at Tetra Tech, commented: “We are delighted to welcome these new environmental consultants to bolster our fast-growing NI team, especially during a period of uncertainty. Our recent acquisition by Tetra Tech makes us one of the leading environmental consultancies in the world, and under the local leadership of Conor Lydon, the Belfast geo-environmental team is going from strength to strength where our diverse range of environmental services is increasingly in demand.”