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Ordtek's New Operations Director

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Due to continuous growth, we would like to announce the appointment of our new Operations Director, Gary Thirkettle.

With a career spanning over 25 years in the offshore site investigation industry, he brings a proven depth in both operational and commercial experience to Ordtek.  Lee Gooderham, Managing Director at Ordtek commented “that we are delighted to welcome Gary to the team. Gary’s expertise within the offshore industry will complement our strong and ever developing management team.  The company is now in excellent shape to continually its support to the existing client base and explore further growth. We see this appointment as a vital step in supporting the North American and Asia markets”.

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Vattenfall to Inspect for UXO on Danish Offshore Wind Farm Sites

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This summer Vattenfall plan to survey three of its Danish offshore wind development; Kreigers Flak, Vesterhav Nord and Vesterhav Syd, inspecting the areas for unexploded ordnance (UXO).

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Ordtek Wins US and Taiwan Offshore Wind Contracts

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Unexploded mine and bomb specialist Ordtek has secured its first offshore wind farm projects in the US and Taiwan with energy giant Ørsted. The Norfolk-based unexploded ordnance (UXO) risk management expert Ordtek will be supporting the company, formerly DONG, on two offshore wind farms to be developed off the US east coast, Bay State Wind and Ocean Wind Offshore wind farms.

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Ordtek Search for Second World War bombs in the Thames

Ahead of the new ferry terminal construction at Woolwich, Ordtek are working with Briggs Marine to look for unexploded ordnance (UXO) in the River Thames.

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TenneT Selects Ordtek as UXO Consultant for Merkur Project

German transmission system operator TenneT has awarded UK company Ordtek Limited with a contract to provide consultancy and QA/QC services during unexploded ordnance (UXO) survey, identification and disposal works on the Merkur Project.

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Wartime bombs and mines fail to stop cross-Channel power cable

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The £625m Nemo Link project to connect the energy systems of the UK and Belgium has unearthed more than a dozen bombs and mines dating back a century to when the continent was racked by war.

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