sub-consultant

sub-consultant

A lesser grade of doctor proposed by the NHS in the Modernising Medical Careers framework for a doctor with a specialist qualification who has less expertise than a consultant.
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Total Revenues includes intercompany revenues where the Company performed the services in lieu of using a third-party sub-consultant.
The consultancy will be collaborating with STI Engineering as the chosen sub-consultant for the project.
SSH have engaged the highly-regarded process engineering company, P2MBerlin, as their preferred sub-consultant for the specialist elements of the project.
Parsons Brinckerhoff will lead a team of 11 sub-consultants for design and construction administration, performing civil, mechanical, structural, and electrical engineering while overseeing design performed by the sub-consultant team.
The decline in Transportation Systems revenues was primarily attributed to timing delays with the start of certain new projects in the backlog, as well as a reduction in sub-consultant activity in the current quarter.
Design Alaska, a Fairbanks-based architecture, engineering, and surveying firm, and Art Anderson Associates, its naval architecture sub-consultant, were recently awarded a contract for the Alaska Marine Highway System to investigate potential energy efficiency improvements.
The firm, active in ongoing rehabilitation projects in the United States, United Kingdom, Hong Kong and India, is currently developing guidelines for inspecting force mains as part of a research project for the Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF), and will be a sub-consultant to Battelle on two recently awarded EPA research projects covering condition assessment and rehabilitation of water and wastewater systems.
The firm has been appointed by ENTEC, on behalf of its client Middlesbrough Council, to act as specialist sub-consultant on a project at the North Ormesby Bridge.
The document suggests that foundation trusts should be encouraged to create "more cost-effective" sub-consultant grades for those who have already received their certificate in specialist training.
DTZ, along with its sub-consultant White Young Green, has held the contract to work for crown, county and combined courts in the North-East and Yorkshire since 1991, and in the North-West since 1995.
Under the contract, which started on 13 September 2010, AECOM and its sub-consultant, Meridian Systems, will provide GSA with ePM national system administration and end-user support at the agency's central office, as well as regional system administration and training in all 11 GSA regions.
Dufresne-Henry will serve as a sub-consultant to Clough Harbor & Associates, the overall project manager.