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New senior appointment for ESI

Andy O'Dea

Independent scientific environmental consultancy appoints Andy O’Dea as Land Group director

ESI Ltd have announced the latest in a number of senior appointments as part of the independent scientific environmental consultancy’s ongoing expansion plans.

Andy O’Dea (pictured), an expert in geo-environmental and contaminated land issues, has joined ESI as Land Group director, based at the firm’s Reading office.

He will be responsible for the commercial and technical performance of the Land Group and will play a key role in ESI’s plans for growth in the sector over the coming years.

‘Andy is well known in contaminated land and geotechnical circles, and particularly for supporting clients in the redevelopment of marginal and problematic sites,’ said ESI’s managing director, Jon Cooke.

‘With almost 25 years’ experience as a project manager and engineer in sustainable land development and infrastructure projects, he brings a wealth of experience to his new role.’

ESI say their specialist consulting division, in particular, has grown rapidly in the past 12 months as a result of sustained demand for environmental risk information and services around groundwater, geo-environmental and sustainable development issues.

‘ESI is in a really exciting phase of development with our unique position in the UK market as technical leader in the field leading to sustained demand and significant annual growth, which has consequently enabled us to recruit more highly skilled specialists and technicians to continue to help drive the business forward,’ continued Mr Cooke.

‘Andy is the latest in a string of new senior appointments to strengthen and enhance our client offer. To have someone of his calibre join our already highly qualified team ensures we can continue to deliver a first-class service, and we very much look forward to seeing him thrive in the business in the months and years ahead.’

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