Adele Dodgson

BAM Nuttall Ltd

Adele joined BAM Nuttall Ltd in 2003 after graduating in Geological Sciences from the University of Leeds. She has over 13 years’ site environmental management experience associated with major civil engineering schemes for both public and private sector clients.

Her working knowledge and geological background were critical to her role on the Peters Village development, in managing the implementation of the remediation strategy on site.

Adele managed the specialist subcontractors, reviewed soil and groundwater chemical data, and the final production of the validation reports for submission to the local authority. In addition, as project environmental manager Adele also conducted site wide environmental assessments, defined the key environmental aspects that impacted the works, and designed strategies to manage the sensitive ecological (including 2 SSSI’s) and community receptors.

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The Remediation of Peters Works, Medway Valley, Kent.

The seminar will provide an overview of the remediation strategy implemented at the Peters Village development.

Ground investigation studies had demonstrated that localised contamination requiring remediation was present at the former Peters Works factory site. An environmental betterment strategy was developed to address the pollutant linkages identified in relation to localised impacts on groundwater and also those within the Made Ground.

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