Reduce risk on contaminated land projects involving asbestos

May 13, 2020

RSK Ireland invites you to its free ‘Land contamination: Using ground investigations to assess risk in projects’ webinar, on Wednesday, 20 May. Join us as we discuss the risks and the remedies available to the Irish property sector on the island of Ireland.

From 11:00, the team’s experts will share their experience of working with contaminated land projects involving asbestos.


“Because of the increase in brownfield development opportunities, it is important to consider legacy issues associated with industrial land,” comments David O’Hagan, Managing Director, RSK Ireland. “Failing to address contamination early in a project it can result in significant delays and additional costs, which can affect project feasibility.”


David O'Hagan

David O'Hagan

David O’Hagan, Managing Director, RSK Ireland

David is responsible for RSK’s offices in Belfast and Dublin. A geologist with 20 years of experience working in the environmental sector throughout Ireland, the UK and Europe, David advises clients in both the public and private sectors on contaminated land, site remediation, appropriate measures and hydrogeology. David has considerable experience of remedial strategies for large sites in Ireland. He has advised clients across sectors including manufacturing, construction and petrochemicals, and has assisted them in managing their regulatory compliance by developing innovative, cost-effective solutions.

Michael Kerr - RSK Ireland

Michael Kerr, Business Development Manager, RSK Ireland

Michael is a Chartered Marketer with over 25 years of experience in a variety of roles. After spending six years in the quarrying and recycling sectors in the USA and Australia, he returned to Northern Ireland to work in a variety of roles. These included equipment sales in the waste industry, as a transport and training consultant, and as a contract manager within the biomass and renewable energy sector. A business graduate with technical qualifications in environmental, transport and project management subjects, Michael has broad experience to draw from.

Places are limited, so register your interest for this free webinar today.