Despite these challenging times we want to reassure our clients and supply partners that we are continuing to service all our projects and our offices are fully operational. We have implemented our business continuity plan and while many of our team are working...
Sunday 8 March was International Women’s Day. All last week on Twitter and LinkedIn we’ve been meeting some the inspirational women that make up 42% of our workforce. Here are some highlights. Cath – Principal Geo-Environmental Consultant “I was always interested in...
At present, water companies and local authorities don’t always look to adopt SuDS (Sustainable Drainage Solutions) like they do with more engineered solutions. Mark Jones, our in-house SuDS specialist, looks at what designers can do to reduce developer concerns about...
In Wales, any development over 100m2 is required to have a SuDS (Sustainable Drainage System). In the rest of the UK, the situation is less prescriptive – but is change on the way? Our in-house SuDS specialist, Mark Jones, takes a look. The picture with SuDS is...
Dealing effectively with surface water is a key consideration for the development of any site. Here, Mark Jones, our SuDS (Sustainable Drainage System) and Flood Risk specialist, explains how the best drainage designs should start with infiltration testing....
The significant flooding affecting parts of the UK recently has yet again put the destructive consequences to householders and industry firmly in the spotlight. With climate change increasing the likelihood of more frequent and severe rainfall events, it is time for...
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