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Our mission is to accelerate decommissioning.

The Work

Decommissioning Specialists.

All industrial assets will eventually reach a point where they are no longer economic, safe, or environmentally sound to operate.

Decommissioning is the process of safely and responsibly dealing with these assets when they have reached the end of their useful life. Many of these facilities were not designed, built, operated or maintained with decommissioning in mind.

We know what it takes to get decommissioning done on complex, hazardous and highly regulated industrial sites.

Established in 1994, and independently owned, our roots are in the UK nuclear decommissioning sector. Our experience means we understand the pragmatic engineering mindset required to make decommissioning happen safely, sustainably and cost effectively.

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