East Midlands-based Ivy House Environmental has recruited a new team member as part of its plans for expansion.
Amanda McCabe joins the geo-environmental consultancy firm — who provide contaminated land, ground engineering and waste management services to the land, construction and property industries throughout the UK, as a Waste Management Consultant.
Ivy House’s Director, Richard Sutton, said:
“I am delighted to welcome Amanda as our new Waste Management Consultant. Having previously worked in consultancy, the Environment Agency and contracting, she brings a wealth of experience to our team”
“Amanda has had to hit the ground running as we had a log-jam of waste projects towards the end of 2018. She has taken them on and is working with the EA and key stakeholders to ensure that the Environmental Permitting process runs smoothly. We look forward to developing the waste team and integrating them with the current disciplines and clients”
Based in the East Midlands, Ivy House Environmental have projects and clients located across the UK, from Cornwall to Perthshire and from Anglesey to Norfolk. Ivy House have a team of experienced consultants specialising in engineering geology, contaminated land and environmental science.