Reinhard Schulz holds a diploma in geophysics and over 30 years of professional experience as a project manager in numerous projects in various European, Asian and African countries as well as Australia and Mexico. He is an expert in the fields of geophysics and immission control. This is reflected in his numerous projects, which include georadar explorations of HDD routes, geoelectric measurements for geotechnical and hydrogeological issues as well as seismic monitoring in active and former underground mining facilities. If he had to characterise himself, he would describe himself as competent, reliable and friendly. In his spare time, he is engaged as an active member of two orchestras and the organ support association Langenalb. He also obtains his physical balance by bicycle tours lasting several weeks and this without electrical drive.
What is the best part of your daily work routine? In the mornings I often don't know what the day will hold. Thanks to my varied activities, which require a lot of flexibility, it will never get tedious.
What does it mean to you that CDM Smith is a privately owned company? Of course we have to make money as a company, but we are not committed to an investor who panics at the slightest weakness and exerts unnecessary pressure.
In your opinion: What makes CDM Smith special? Due to the broad professional positioning with the six business areas and the large number of colleagues from different fields, we cover a wide range of tasks and new questions and possibilities are constantly opening up for geophysics.
What enriches your life? Contact to people (clients), varied work, my family and my hobbies.