Interviews

Paul Cartwright, Client Representative

July 4, 2011 - Rogier Kind

I used to work for Gardline Surveys as a surveyor and got a good grounding in the industry from this company. The work was primarily analogue and digital site and route surveys but I was involved with various other projects too. Read More
Survey Operations Manager Philippe Jacquier at Acergy

July 4, 2011 - Coraline Mulder

At Agercy we have utilised Atlas's services for many years, previously we had individual connections with GSS, Seistech and DOOR. Now that these have been united under the Atlas umbrella one by one, the added advantage for us is that we only have to approach one person when we are in the market for survey personnel. Read More
Wilco Dijkstra, surveyor at PUMA

January 9, 2011 - Rogier Kind

The thing that really appeals to me is the diversity of the job. As far as numbers go, the survey department is a big group and always there. As a surveyor I work with a variety of professionals ranging from survey vessels’ masters to crane and bulldozer operators. Read More
Hydrographer Rik Kaars

September 9, 2010 - Rogier Kind

I wanted a job that would allow me to be outside a lot of the time and to see something of the world. I am really enjoying my time here with Atlas. It’s just that I have worked too hard and consequently the budget is empty. Next week I will be transferred elsewhere, probably to the port of Read More
Senior Surveyor Bob Cadwalader

August 9, 2010 - Rogier Kind

A pipeline had been laid between Singapore and Indonesia. Jan de Nul and Boskalis were required to dump over one million tons of rock on it to protect it from the eventuality of a ship dropping an anchor and damaging it. Read More

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