'PHS' turns 1!
As we approach our first birthday since rebranding, we take a moment to reflect on the busy year we have had. A key part of our transition process was developing a set of company values. We established five clear and distinct values that spoke to the ethos we were trying to create, and now our personnel are constantly embedding these values into how we act and make decisions, with and for our clients. This is paramount in enabling us to build a better, long-term successful business. Check out our infographic showcasing PHS achievements over the past 12 months.
The Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) have formally announced PHS was successful in its tender for complete hydrographic surveying services throughout its West Australian ports. The services will comprise of high resolution multibeam surveys for dredging and navigational safety, along with the ongoing maintenance of their tidal and metocean infrastructure. Read the media release.
PHS welcomes Jennifer Brindle!
For the last five years, Jennifer has been based in Dubai working for a marine survey and geotechnical services company. During this time she has had various roles including Base Surveyor, Project Manager, Offshore Hydrographic Surveyor and IMS Coordinator. This has provided Jennifer with extensive experience in all aspects of executing hydrographic survey projects. Jennifer is keen to utilise her current skill set and looks forward to spending more time out of the office and in the field.
PHS welcomes Lachlan McNie!
Lachlan is an enthusiastic and recent graduate of Bachelor of Surveying from the University of Otago. Lachlan’s experience is predominately in hydrographic LIDAR and hyperspectral work, although he is passionate about developing his skill set in hydrographic surveying. Lachlan’s future goal is to become a Level 1 hydrographic surveyor.