CET Technology

CET and the technology revolution

Technology has become the ultimate enabler for a wide range of business sectors. Although some have been slower to embrace the concept of digital transformation than others, the benefits are self-evident.

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What Lies Beneath?

Environmental testing is a relatively new discipline within the construction and civil engineering sectors. However, as new regulations come into force, it is becoming increasingly important.

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Deconstructing the DoWCoP

Whilst adherence to the DoWCoP is voluntary, there is the need for oversight to ensure compliance. Developers are required to produce a Materials Management Plan and a Remedial Method Statement, which is subject to review by a Qualified Person.

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Risk Management

Risk management in construction

When it comes to geotechnics, contractors are better off adopting a risk management approach than a cost management one. Although testing is a very small part of the overall project cost, the implications of getting it wrong are significant.

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The Connected Claim

One of the greatest frustrations for a property owner when making an emergency claim, is in the unknown. Is someone on their way to me? What time will they arrive? Will my repair happen today, or just the assessment?

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6 Key Considerations When Scoping Materials Testing

When it comes to preparing a tender for testing services, it isn’t always an experienced engineer tasked with putting the spec together, so we’ve put together a list of five key considerations to help you with your next tender.

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Ensuring Storm Surge Preparedness

In this article we look at how effective storm surge planning and mobilisation on the part of insurance claim service providers can benefit both policy holders and insurers alike.

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Rail Services

De-Risking to Ensure Project Performance

The rail industry is in the process of working with train operating companies to deliver its £150 million National Stations Improvement programme that is designed to upgrade over 150 stations across England and Wales.

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