Taking the next step - COVID-19

As we begin to emerge from COVID-19, we recognise the weeks and months ahead will continue to pose challenges. Entering a new phase, we can expect new complexity. But with it comes opportunity. As we move forward and with new perspective we can take a different approach. Business will not be the same, and we're here to help you each step of the way.

Get your project back on track

Keeping projects moving under social distancing guidelines can prove challenging. But there is another way.

Our team are online, connected, and ready to help. We have redefined the way we work to deliver our services virtually wherever possible. Where site presence is required, rest assured our teams can support your needs with a pragmatic and safe approach. 

Virtual public consultation for planning

Managing social distancing on construction sites

Socially-distanced environmental surveys

Remote due diligence services

Transport solutions in periods of restricted movement

Contract negotiations during COVID-19

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How can we help?

Enable virtual decision-making

Our team have designed and built an online virtual consultation room, simulating the in-person experience of the traditional approach. Engage with stakeholders and the public, all from the comfort of their own homes.

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Preparing to reopen offices

Ensure compliance through evolving occupancy periods

Properties with reduced occupancy, or those that have been vacant, may require additional health and safety assessments to ensure the building is still compliant with regulations and to protect the health and wellbeing of tenants and staff. Additionally, now is the ideal opportunity to undertake your mandatory assessments while the building is at reduced or no occupancy. Whatever the challenge, we can help.

 

Fire risk assessments during low or no occupancy

Meeting your asbestos obligations during lockdown

Asbestos management plans as you undertake office changes

Pre-occupancy assessments for water quality

Pre-occupancy assessments for indoor air quality

Reducing the risk of Legionnaires disease after lockdown

 

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Remobilising the aviation industry

COVID-19 has presented the biggest challenge in commercial aviation’s history. As restrictions start to lift, we understand the industry will continue to face complexity in the weeks and months ahead. Remobilising the industry will require a collective effort and RPS is here and ready support clients to plan for recovery and adapt to a post-COVID-19 world.

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Looking to a sustainable future?

The rate of change we have witnessed in recent weeks has been extraordinary. And while the circumstances have been harrowing, the incidental environmental benefits are inspiring. With a new perspective on what's possible, now could be the ideal time to accelerate the shift towards net zero carbon.

While your carbon footprint may be complex, your journey to net zero doesn't have to be. We can help.

Net zero carbon services

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We're here, whenever

We're proud to have used our expertise to help solve client challenges during this time, exactly when they needed us. Find out more about some of the great projects our teams have been supporting.

Looking forward

Taking the next step?

We're here to navigate this with you.

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Business will not be the same, and we do not have to be.

The ability to manoeuvre will see businesses flourish in the future. With resilience, we will continue to solve problems in new ways.

John Chubb, CEO - Consulting UK & Ireland

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