Ockbrook-based Ivy House Environmental have begun the latest phase of their ongoing expansion plans. The company has tripled in size since 2016, and due to it’s ongoing success and rapid growth, the expansion plans have become necessary in order to fulfil the demands of an ever growing company.
After 18 months with Ivy House Environmental, we bid Geo-Environmental Engineer Sarah Hey, a very fond farewell. A graduate of Leicester University, Sarah was responsible for managing and running site investigations for developer clients across the UK. A popular, hard working member of the team, colleagues old and new, wish her every success in her new venture.
Ivy House Environmental are a chartered environmental consultancy providing advice to the land, property, construction, waste, transport and oil and gas industries across the UK and overseas. Specialist areas include ground investigations, contaminated land assessment and remediation and construction waste management. Projects vary in size and location, working with local clients such as Sandicliffe across the East Midlands to multi-national clients such as SITA/SUEZ and national oil and gas companies in the Gulf States.
Richard Sutton, Director and founder of Ivy House Environmental says “We are delighted at the rapid rate of growth we have experienced but it is not without its challenges to keep ahead whilst ensuring we continue to offer a first class service to our customers. Having the right team in place is key to our success and our brilliantly varied staff contingent, is what enables us to keep offering this great service whilst rapidly growing.”
Watch this space to meet our new recruits and see the development plans unfolding further during the coming weeks, to include a wider range of marketing initiatives including increased communications and PR across online and social media platforms, and the eagerly anticipated Summer Fair to be held at Scotland Farm on Thursday the 5th of July 2018.