About Us

Fellows offer the complete UXO risk management process from the preliminary and detailed desk study though to the physical site survey and finally, the identification and removal or disposal of an item, either in house or in liaison with military bomb disposal teams. Our desk top studies enable our clients to accurately assess the UXO risk and take proportionate, cost effective action to manage the ever-present threat posed by unexploded aerial bombs and other munitions.

In the marine environment Fellows is a specialist in UXO Threat assessment, risk mitigation, target identification and removal or disposal. Our highly qualified and experienced, ex- Royal Navy bomb disposal operators are able to mobilise at short notice to address the threat posed by ordnance in the marine environment. Our operating procedures, applied by the most appropriately qualified people ensure safe and efficient operations in any underwater environment.

We can provide survey services for both inshore and offshore projects or can provide expert advice to ensure that the  right type of survey is conducted to ensure that the UXO threat can be identified and mitigated. 
Fellows has a long history of mitigating UXO risk on land and marine projects all over the globe. We are proud to support both the construction and energy industries with the right experience, people, qualifications and equipment to best identify, quantify and mitigate the UXO risk wherever it may be present.


Fellows is much more than just a UXO contractor, we offer other services in the field of consultancy, equipment and personnel hire. Please get in touch to find out more about our consultancy services

Where we work

Fellows is based in Gosport, Hampshire and can undertake UXO risk mitigation anywhere in the UK.
We are also globally mobile with significant logistics support to undertake projects all over the world.

The Team

All of the staff at Fellows International have significant experience of working with unexploded ordnance and managing the risk it presents. The management at Fellows are all ex-Officers and Senior Rates of the Royal Navy or British Army and all of our Operations Team have completed the Advanced Joint Service Bomb Disposal course. With many years of military and commercial experience, the team at Fellows can advise how best to manage and mitigate the UXO risk at any site and will give an informed opinion of the most suitable process to mitigate the risk in a timely and cost effective manner.

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