Chartered engineers employed by Department of the Environment (FOI)
Chartered engineers employed by Department of the Environment (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 14 September 2015.
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The Planning and Environment Department:
How many chartered engineers are employed by, working for, working with or contracted to the Department?
With which institutions are they affiliated and what are their qualifications?
What specific disciplines is their specialisation?
If they are non Jersey individuals or companies, please identify them.
If there are no chartered engineers associated with the Department, explain why not.
A to D.
The following sections of the Department of the Environment employ, work with or contract work to engineers:
|Energy Efficiency||1||IEng, Associate member of CIBSE, Bre & BREEAM||Mechanical design & troubleshooting, commissioning & testing of mechanical systems||Local|
|Natural Environment||We do not keep records of individual engineering|
companies,however we do use local engineering
firms as and
|Data not held||Typical works include: Rope access work (Working at Height); construction of steps and bridges / retaining walls; advice on structural engineering solutions eg retaining walls||Companies used are local|
Other than the details already supplied the department does not have any chartered engineers working for or with them because there is no requirement.