Aaron Florence

Brimstone Site Investigation Ltd

Aaron Florence is a former British Army Captain and the Founder and Managing Director of Brimstone Site Investigation, an Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Risk Mitigation company incorporated in June 2016. With over 18 years’ experience in locating and disposing on UXO, Aaron has been fortunate enough to deliver explosive search and clearance solutions to both military and commercial entities from Baghdad and Basra, to Watford and Ashford, including a six-week clearance task in Belize operating to a governmental memorandum of understanding. Since Brimstone’s incorporation he has been involved with the delivery of a series of high value projects across the UK ensuring UXO risk mitigation is not only objective to the client site and need, but also backed by robust integrity and knowledge. Not to let work get in the way of his interests, Aaron also enjoys reading up on the historical facts of WWI and II UXO.

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Unexploded Ordnance; a 20th century challenge for your 21st century site.

In this seminar, Brimstone Site Investigation will highlight how unexploded ordnance still carries a risk and why it is still being discovered in the 21st century. Brimstone will also touch on what UXO risk mitigation companies are doing to combat the risk with the use of 21st century technology.

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