Franks Portlock has made two important additions to our site-based team at Seascale Nuclear Site to support increasing project demands at the nuclear plant.
Simon Burrow and David Grey have recently joined us as asbestos analyst operatives within our site-based team at Seascale Nuclear Site. They will support a number of new on-site asbestos consultancy, inspection, testing and management projects, further enhancing our sizeable Seascale-based team.
David Grey joined us to support and undertake Air Monitoring and 4 Stage Clearance works throughout the Seascale Nuclear site. David has worked in the asbestos industry since 2004 and prior to joining Franks Portlock worked both in the UK and Hong Kong as a laboratory technician undertaking soil testing, material and chemical analysis. More recently he worked as an asbestos surveyor for UKAS accredited testing laboratories and inspection bodies.
David brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in both the asbestos industry and the wider material analysis field, and he will add an extra dimension to the existing team and bring a fresh perspective from outside the nuclear sector. We are looking forward to his development as an integral part of the analytical framework and to the professional support he will bring to an already dedicated and dynamic Seascale Nuclear team.
Simon Burrow will also be undertaking Air Monitoring and 4 Stage Clearance works throughout the Seascale Nuclear site, supporting the Site Wide Analytical Contract awarded to Franks Portlock in 2014. Simon has worked in the asbestos industry since 2011 and, prior to joining the company, was employed in a similar role at Magnox, a multisite nuclear operator with operations ranging from power generation to nuclear decommissioning and conventional demolition.
The expansion to the Seascale Nuclear analytical team further strengthens our ability and commitment to meet the requirements of our customers, and the addition of Simon brings further experience in both the asbestos and nuclear fields.
The next few years will bring an ever increasing demand to the decommissioning processes on the Seascale Nuclear site and as an asbestos consultancy professional with nuclear experience, Simon will play an instrumental part in Franks Portlock’s work at Seascale Nuclear.