Marcus Foweather

DEME Environmental Contractors

Chartered Civil Engineer, Chartered Mining Engineer & Chartered Environmentalist.

Marcus has over 30 years of experience, initially in the opencast coal mining sector but more recently in brownfield remediation and the construction and reclamation industries. His experience covers all areas of project development from initial site appraisal, through site identification and selection, remediation and construction design selection, management of site works, contact management and finally through to completion and site hand-over. Marcus is used to working on controversial and politically sensitive developments having promoted many such projects over many years.

He has excellent interpersonal skills and is able to forge close relationships with clients and regulators very quickly. He is very results orientated but uses tact and diplomacy to great effect in what can often be very difficult negotiation situations.

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A Contractor behind the scenes with the Regulators

This presentation explains how the Contractor on one of the UK’s largest remediation projects (the former Avenue coking works and chemical plant) was successful in building excellent relationships with a number of stakeholders each having differing interests in the delivery of the project.

EVEN MORE SEMINARS

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    Sam Corp, Head of Regulation - Preventing Waste Crime by Raising Awareness of ‘Duty of Care’

  • Peter Atchison: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Peter Atchison - The Challenges and Opportunities of the Contaminated Land Industry in a post Brexit World

  • Dr. Andy Hughes: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Dr. Andy Hughes - Technology to understand preferential groundwater flowpaths

  • Holger Kessler: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Holger Kessler - The development and use of ground models

  • Michael Lunn: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Michael Lunn - Brownfield Register and Permission in Principle - the opportunities for Brownfield First development