From Friday 20 to Saturday 21 September, Geomines teams met to share a convivial moment and celebrate the start of the new school year.
Following the election of staff representatives, Geomines teams were able to enjoy a moment of conviviality, followed by a day of nautical seminars, organised between the island of Bendor and the Embiez Archipelago, in the heart of a region deeply rooted in the Geomines heritage.
This seminar will have brought together the teams that lead the different areas of expertise of the company. Among the participants, Geomines was also able to count on the presence of some “old hands”, still active in the team network and integrated into the life of the company!
Geomines teams welcome a new member and improve their geophysical data analysis and interpretation capabilities.
The Geomines teams are proud to announce the arrival of Ms. Tiphaine Zitter among their members.
Ms. ZITTER is a geophysical engineer by training. She defended a thesis on the acquisition, processing and interpretation of marine data at the Free University of Amsterdam.
Mrs. ZITTER continued her research in this field, collaborating for nearly 8 years with the European Centre for Research and Teaching of Environmental Geosciences (CEREGE) in Aix en Provence.
She then provided her expertise by carrying out numerous terrestrial geophysical analysis services for the benefit of various actors (engineering offices, local authorities, etc.).
Her arrival will enable Geomines teams to improve their analysis services and refine the interpretation of geophysical data from pyrotechnic diagnostics, both on land and underwater.
A team of Geomines intervened in April to conduct a survey before carrying out a relocation operation and target identification, as part of a project to develop a two-hectare-plot on Bordeaux Airport site. The recent discovery of a 20 lbs fragmentation aviation bomb on an adjacent plot confirms that these activities are crucial to the protection of people and property, which are Geomines’ core activities.