Our continued investment in people their professional development has resulted in the following promotions:-
Tim Pullen promoted to Senior Surveyor.
Over the last eight years since joining Technics as an Assistant Tim has made the collection and portrayal of accurate subsurface data his goal. Increasingly during the last twelve months Tim has played a more central role in both the execution of large technical Utility Survey projects, but also in the development of fellow junior staff to an efficient standard and the evaluation of new technologies. The last six months in particular have been very productive for Tim and the Company as he has completed an intense and focused three month development programme to fine tune his obvious technical, project management and mentoring skills and help him reach the next level in surveying- which he duly deserves. Well done Tim, I’m sure the tankard given to mark the occasion will come in handy!
John Mansfield promoted to Senior Surveyor.
John joined Technics in 2006 as an Assistant, also without prior experience, yet took up the challenge of learning the difficult discipline of Utility Mapping using Radio Location and Ground Penetrating Radar, right from the outset with promotion to Junior Surveyor within a year. Consistently pragmatic and with an infectious laugh to raise the spirits of even the most downhearted John is rarely beaten by a problem. Like Tim, John’s progress and development has been consistent and solid over the years and has particularly come together over the last twelve months with a string of successful large scale complicated undertakings in the City of London. Honing his wider project and man-management skills over the course of the recent three month development programme has seen John mature into an effective Senior member of the Team. Congratulations John.
Andy Palmer promoted to Surveyor.
Andy joined Technics in 2007 with no prior background in underground surveying as an assistant. During his time with us he has experienced a wide variety of sites and types of surveys including RFL and GPR and has steadily acquired the survey skills and methodologies necessary to successfully undertaken utility investigation. Andy has just completed a six month development programme over which he has improved and honed his professional skills and now quite rightly has received the recognition he deserves. A likeable and fun-loving member of the Team Andy has been very effective recently in helping to develop other members of staff for which he can be duly proud. Andy said: “I’m now confident at tackling any job and look forward to the challenges ahead”. Well done Andy.