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RPS’ General Manager of Ocean Science and Technology, Dr Sasha Zigic explains how early response modelling saves time, optimises resources, and minimises damage to the marine environment.
Optimising hybrid solutions to utilise Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) more effectively.
What’s involved in scoping a site for a floating offshore wind project and why? And what issues must the industry consider going forward? This article delves deeper.
Combined sewer overflows have been in the news quite a bit recently, with headlines about water companies “dumping sewage” for hours at a time. Generally, this is a result of inadequate capacity caused by new developments, increased impermeability and climate change. But the desire for improved amenity and environmental benefits requires a more holistic approach to river health than has been the case before.
Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) is accelerating much-needed, transformational change in the UK housing market, helping to tackle the shortage crisis and deliver more affordable and sustainable homes.
Timber frame systems are becoming increasingly popular and can significantly contribute to reducing a building’s overall carbon footprint. Here, Kevin Paddock, Associate Director for Architecture and Affordable Housing, discuss the role they play in the construction of energy-efficient homes.
RPS’ Project Manager and hydrogen specialist, Bonny Cyriac, explores why many are talking up green hydrogen’s role in a renewable energy system.
If Australia is to achieve its net zero targets and rapidly establish an offshore wind industry, it needs to embrace a collaborative approach to marine baseline studies.