Alistair Gray and Darren Ward

In Situ Site Investigation Ltd

Darren Ward (MSc): Recently celebrating ten years in business, owner and Managing Director of In Situ Site Investigation, Darren has been completing CPT based site investigations all over the world, including the UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa and further afield. He has experience in operating, innovating and exploring all uses of direct push probing technologies on a huge range of projects and locations – from London basements to the deserts of the Middle East.

Alistair Gray (BSc): Alistair joined In Situ Site Investigation recently as the Environmental Probing Manager. With many years laboratory and site experience in remediation and site investigation, as well as in-depth knowledge of contaminants of concern (specialising in oil & gas hydrocarbons), In Situ has the tools and knowledge that will work for your projects.

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Geo-environmental Site Investigation using CPT and Direct Push Technologies

A look at current and cutting-edge direct push based geo-environmental site investigation techniques and their place in wider site investigation and remediation projects. Covering a range of techniques and projects around the world, In Situ is at the forefront of direct push geo-environmental site investigation.

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