Why Choose - Category: Infrastructure

Diverse customer base

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At BES Group, we’re proud to serve a diverse customer base of over 35,000 organisations across the UK and beyond.

Unmatched capabilities for challenging environments

BES Group stands apart as a specialist in inspecting structures in even the most challenging locations and environments. Our team possesses extensive expertise in rope access, confined space entry, and underwater inspection techniques, enabling us to reach and assess structures that would otherwise be inaccessible.

Technology-enhanced operations

We complement our specialised skills with cutting-edge technologies to further enhance our operational capabilities. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), underwater sonar, and digital scanning techniques provide us with precise and efficient data gathering, even in remote or hazardous settings.

Expert team

We have extensive experience in the chemical and utilities industries, with thousands of tank inspections completed.

Expert infrastructure engineers

Our team of engineers are all professionally qualified and have extensive experience in the field. They have a deep understanding of instrumentation and monitoring technologies and are committed to providing you with a high-quality service.

Unique functionality

We can customise our systems to provide unique functionality that is not available in off-the-shelf systems. This can be helpful if you have specific needs that are not met by standard systems.

Independent sourcing

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We are not tied to any monitoring sensor or hardware manufacturer, so we can source the most appropriate and cost-effective equipment for your needs.

Extensive Operational Experience

We have extensive experience in rope access, diving, and confined space working, augmented by technology such as UAVs, underwater sonar, and digital scanning techniques.

Specialists in Difficult Access

We specialise in inspecting structures in any location and environment, using rope access, confined space, and underwater techniques.