At GGS Scotland we offer specialist ground gas monitoring and risk assessment services to help you keep your development project on track.
We have extensive experience in the ground gas sector, delivering monitoring and risk assessment services on projects throughout Scotland.
And as we're locally based, we can offer cost effective services to meet the ground gas investigation needs of your project.
If you want to know more - then contact one of our GGS Scotland team.
Our heritage, expertise and values
Explore our GGS Scotland heritage, expertise and values, along with how we work with our wider GGS family of experts.
Our GGS Scotland team
Meet some of our dedicated members of the GGS Scotland team of environmental scientists and geologists.
We are a close-knit team of professionals and we work closely with our colleagues in the wider GGS family of experts across the UK.
BSc (Hons) CSci FGS
As our Associate Director, Matt leads GGS Scotland. Matt has fifteen years experience in the environmental sector primarily focused on a range of ground gas issues.
With specialist knowledge of environmental regulation, Matt delivers pragmatic solutions to novel and complex ground gas problems.
BSc (Hons), MSc, BA (Hons)
Digital Communications & Business Manager
Caroline is an experienced environmental scientist having worked for 20 years in the environmental sector.
Caroline leads on producing our digital content along with providing work programme planning and management.
BSc (Hons) MSc FGS CEng MIMMM
Our Managing Director Simon is an engineering geologist by training and an environmental geologist by practice.
With over 40 years of professional experience in both the public and private sectors, Simon brings extensive expertise from the world of ground gas and contaminated land.
BSc (Hons) FGS CEnv MIEnvSc
John is a geologist with a long standing career in ground gas contamination and has been with the GGS family of experts from the very beginning.
As our Technical Director, John heads up our industry-leading ground gas technology development