October 2005 News items

Sunday Business Post
On September 25th last, an article detailing the services of TES Consulting Engineers appeared in The Sunday Business Post. The article highlighted TES' wide experience in environmental management and, in particular, the company's vast experience in dealing with waste management issues. Click here to view the article.

New Contracts
October 2005
Client: Cork Co.Co.
Project: Design and Project Management of Three Waste & Recycling Facilities at Bantry, Dunmanway and Skibbereen.

Client: Dublin City Council
Projects:Environmental Investigations at Sites Proposed for Affordable Housing Developments

TES Consulting Engineers have been commissioned by Dublin City Council to undertake environmental investigations at 2No. separate sites, which are proposed for affordable housing developments. These environmental consultancy contracts are intended to determine the extent of any contamination at the sites and to make recommendations for the remediation of the sites to make them suitable for affordable housing developments, and to prevent contamination of the surrounding environment. The works will comprise an intrusive site investigation programme with soil and groundwater sampling, a detailed Quantitative Risk Assessment for the proposed end use, and reporting with recommendations on the most appropriate remediation measures for dealing with any contamination present together with cost estimates.

New Member of Staff!
Elaine Power has started with TES Consulting Engineers as a Planner.

Elaine has just completed a Masters in Regional and Urban Planning at UCD. Elaine has worked for the last three summers as an Administation Officer at An Bord Pleanala.

National Hydrology Seminar 2005
The sixth National Hydrology Seminar will be held on 15th November 2005 in the Tullamore Court Hotel. Leo Brogan (Field Geologist and Hydrogeologist at TES) will present a joint paper with Prof. Conleth Cunnane (Department of Engineering Hydrology, NUI Galway) entitled "Low Flow Hydrology in Ireland".