Kenneth Doran, Nick Brooks, John Heaps
Carey Group PLC
Seneca Resource Recovery Managing Director, Kenneth Doran has a wealth of expertise gained from over 16 years in the industry, specifically within recovered fuels markets. Recently, Kenneth has focused on establishing Seneca as one of the UK’s leading RDF producers, building long-lasting partnerships with top Energy from Waste operators across Europe.
Carey Group Pre-Construction Manager, Nick Brooks has over 20 years’ experience working on a diverse range of projects, including Canary Wharf, Westfield White City and Portcullis House, Westminster. He now works within Careys’ Work Winning team, identifying upcoming project opportunities and driving innovation to create bespoke solutions for our clients and Business Generation team.
John Heaps, Carey Group Earthworks and Remediation Manager, joined the team 12 years ago. With a strong background in heavy civils and laboratory testing for multi-national companies, John has managed numerous site laboratories for earthworks and remediation processes, within both fixed commercial and council facilities.
Delivering complex demolition and remediation works at Ford Dagenham DSTO
How Careys cleared this vast 20 hectares site of asbestos contaminated materials and soil contamination, using our in-house soil engineering plant and chemical testing laboratory in advance of delivering demolition works to make the site safe from contamination in preparation for residential development. Our on-site remediation removed dozens of trucks from the roads every day, improving project efficiency, protecting the environment and achieving a 98% recycle rate of recovered materials.
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