Providing contaminated land management for nearly 20 years
PAGeoTechnical Ltd was incorporated in 2000 by its Managing Director, Peter Atchison, in partnership with key client partners. The company provides technical and commercial consultancy for contaminated land management in partnership with international geosynthetics supply companies.
PAGeotechnical’s mission is to offer best value advice to clients, mainly in the construction and civil engineering sectors, and in the area of contaminated land. Gas protection to buildings is one of the company’s specialities, but we also have expertise in other aspects of contaminant management using geosynthetic solutions.
As a “Consultants’ Consultant”, our clients are the main environmental and consulting engineers as well as developers and construction companies. By connecting the market with a wide range of specialist suppliers we are able to maintain independence and offer best value advice of a site-specific nature. We can make solution recommendations and connect suppliers with projects either directly or as a trading organisation.
PAGeoTechnical expands continuously as a result of taking on new clients and increasing work emanating from existing ones.
PAG’s Managing Director tells the story of our company
An active industry member
Contaminated land management is a complex issue where legislation and standards are rapidly emerging and changing. PAGeoTechnical is actively involved in many of the industry’s regulatory, support and development processes. We have developed a reputation as one of the UK’s leading specialists in this field. The company participates actively in:
- BGA (British Geomembrane Association)
- The EIC (Environmental Industries Commission)
- The Radon Council
- BSI, CEN and ISO standards bodies
- Build UK
- The CCS (Confederation of Construction specialists)
- PCA (Property cars association)
- IGS (International Geosynthetics Society)
Our team members, both in the office and externally, all share the company’s values and offer clear support to our clients.
Working with the contracting sector
PAGeoTechnical has always worked closely with the specialist contracting sector, ensuring that good quality design and materials are installed correctly and to current industry best practice.
The company was instrumental in developing many of the installation standards used in the specialist sectors in which it operates and the company’s training manager is also the C. Skills assessor to NVQ level 2 in gas membrane installation.
PAGeotechnical’s approved specialist contractors share our vision of quality and professionalism and represent the very best that the industry can offer. High quality project delivery on time and within budget is thus ensured. In short, “Best value”, guaranteed.
PAG is proud to be associated with:
Build UK is the leading representative organisation for the UK construction industry. By bringing together clients, main contractors, trade associations, and representing over 11,500 specialist contractors and other organisations committed to industry collaboration, Build UK represents in excess of 40% of UK construction. Build UK focuses on key industry issues that can deliver change and enable the construction supply chain to improve the efficiency and delivery of construction projects.
The Confederation of Construction Specialists provides a focused voice for specialist companies, in all construction sectors, to achieve greater fairness in the distribution of financial and contractual risk.
The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) was launched in 1995 to provide environmental technology equipment and services suppliers with a strong and effective voice to influence the debate on the future of the industry among policymakers.
The International Geosynthetics Society (IGS) was founded in Paris in 1983. It brings together individual and corporate members from all parts of the world who are involved in the design, manufacture, sale, use or testing of geotextiles, geomembranes, related products and/or associated technologies, or who teach or conduct research about such products.
The Radon Council came into being in 1990 and is the independent, non-profit making, self-regulatory body for the radon industry. The Council publishes a considerable amount of practical information as well as a free list of contractors, suppliers and consultants offering advice and services involving remedial work for radon gas.
British Geomembrane Association is the trade association of specialist geomembrane installers operating in the UK. Set up over 10 years ago, the BGA represents the interests of its members and their clients and stands for quality installation work, cost effective service provision and, above all, technical excellence in environmental protection.
The Property Care Association (PCA®) is the trade association representing specialists across the UK who can be trusted to resolve problems affecting buildings.
PCA members have met strict membership criteria to demonstrate their technical competence and service delivery standards and can investigate and resolve property defects.
ISO, the International Organization for Standardization. We develop and publish International Standards.
CEN, the European Committee for Standardization, is an association that brings together the National Standardization Bodies of 34 European countries.
BSI Group, also known as the British Standards Institution, is the national standards body of the United Kingdom. BSI produces technical standards on a wide range of products and services, and also supplies certification and standards-related services to businesses.