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22.06.17

Health and Safety on site: A Site Engineer’s Perspective In support of UK health and safety week this week, REC Geo-Environmental Consultant Marc Roberts, tells us about his role and the importance of health and safety out on site. Based in REC’s southern office, one of Marc’s key responsibilities is managing ground investigations and ensuring […]

02.06.17

REC ecologist Katie Bird takes environmental scientist colleagues Marc Roberts and Alasdair Brooke out on a bat roost survey to discuss the implications to planning if not completed in-season. Derelict and abandoned sites often present habitat opportunities for wildlife – and this former car garage was no exception. Due to various nooks, crevices and uneven […]

07.04.17

For the second part of our Asbestos Awareness Week, Marketing Executive, Emma Prendergast, has been out on site with Operations Manager, James Pool, to experience an asbestos survey first hand. Emma Prendergast, Marketing Executive, REC Ltd “A grovelling 7am start, we met for a pre-site briefing at REC headquarters in Manchester. James was waiting for […]

Ecology Team
06.03.17 REC

Today’s profile starts at home in REC’s headquarters; delving into the lives of our all-female Ecology team in Manchester. Led by Senior Consultant, Olivia Winter, and supported by consultants Katie Bird and Celia Barlow, we hear about some of their greatest achievements to date, and what International Women’s day means for them. Olivia Winter: Olivia […]

31.01.17

1. Great Crested Newt, Reptile and Breeding Bird Survey Seasons all begin in March. Great crested newt surveys have the smallest survey window, from March until June. Reptile surveys can be undertaken between March and October, when reptiles are at their most active, but the optimal times are from April until June and in September. Breeding […]