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consultants, designers, planners, engineers and technical specialists delivering projects that matter in urbanisation, natural resources and sustainability
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A winning mindset focused on absolute delivery underpins everything we do
Brilliant minds finding solutions to complex problems, made easy to understand.
The Building Safety Act (BSA) is the most significant change to building safety in decades and we’re starting to see its impact on the high-rise, residential sector.
With just over 12 months to go until the Building Safety Regulator starts calling buildings in for assessment, those impacted need to turn their attention to compliance and getting ahead so they can respond within the 28-day deadline.
Do you plan to invest in an offshore wind farm? Is it a floating offshore wind farm? How would you approach the investment and what questions should you ask? Enter the Deal Advisory service – technical and commercial due diligence specialists who help clients understand and assess investment risks.
In today’s world of large portfolios and diverse programs of work, staying on track with project delivery is one of the biggest challenges that organisations face.
And why modest developments might be a better option for Australian sports arenas
Flooding is one of the most common and destructive natural disasters, and it is only getting worse due to climate change. But what can be done to reduce the damage caused by floods?
In the first of our new series of articles on this emerging industry, we discuss why floating offshore wind is something to get excited about – from its role in the energy transition to the project and investment opportunities.
The pace and scale with which we need to transition to renewable energy will have cumulative impacts on the communities who will host our clean energy resources. But what are these impacts? And how can we better manage them?
In this episode of Building sustainably: the road to net zero, Dr. Roddy Yarr, Executive Lead of Sustainability at the University of Strathclyde, joins Chris Lavery to share his strategy for developing and delivering initiatives to address the university’s position on net zero.
At RPS we work with Water Companies to understand the risk of asset failure across all types of assets within wastewater and clean water networks. This enables us to predict the impact on serviceability (flooding and pollution), enabling wider customer and environmental objectives to be met.
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