CET extends its CHAS accreditation

CET has extended its Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) accreditation to CHAS Premium.

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CET acquires Enverity to bolster its Infrastructure division

CET continues to grow its Infrastructure division, following the acquisition of Enverity. The geotechnical and constructions materials testing specialists, based in Newark and Daventry, will enable CET to add additional resources and more testing

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CET Materials Testing Supports Super Sewer

Unaccustomed as we are to the limelight, CET Infrastructure recently made a “blink and you’ll miss it” cameo appearance on the BBC’s 3-part documentary, The 5 Billion Pound Super Sewer.

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Vimal Patel Sets CIM Record

CET’s Vimal Patel sets global world record in marketing exam performance

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Testing Times for UK Infrastructure Projects

Far from an inconvenience or a “necessary evil”; materials testing not only mitigates risk associated with major infrastructure projects, it can have a positive impact on both timelines and budgets. In this post, we explore a best-practice

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Peter Eglinton appointed new Group MD

In response to a sustained period of business growth, CET is delighted to announce the appointment of Peter Eglinton as Group Managing Director.

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Russell Thompson Joins CET

We are delighted to announce the recent appointment of Russell Thompson as Principal Geotechnical Engineer for CET Infrastructure. Russell will be responsible for the Midlands and Northern England territories and will be based in our Markham Vale

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Industry Acquisition Creates National Testing Powerhouse

In an announcement today, a major nationwide testing powerhouse has been created following the acquistion of Construction Testing Solutions (CTS) by CET, in a deal worth £3m.

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Shetland Gas Plant Goes Online

This week saw the opening of the new Shetland Gas Plant. Serving the Laggan and Tormore gas fields, located around 75 miles to the north west of the Shetland isles, it is a part of a £3.5 billion investment by French company Total.

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