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    Consulting on a new centre for Public Health England

    PHE Harlow is a £400-million capital expenditure programme to create a new state-of-the-art public health science campus and headquarters for Public Health England (PHE) in Harlow, Essex. The campus is critical for the future of PHE and will ensure that it will be able to use the latest scientific advances to deliver world-leading science and evidence on issues such as smoking, alcohol misuse, diabetes, dementia, infectious diseases, environmental hazards and the consequences of climate change, nationally and internationally.

    The work involves building and refurbishing new and existing laboratories and office areas, and constructing a new arrivals area, a logistics centre and site-wide infrastructure. PHE’s current facilities in Porton and Colindale, and its Central London headquarters will relocate to the new location, which will become a centre of excellence for public health research and health improvement and protection. Leading UK construction company VolkerFitzpatrick has been appointed to deliver the site-wide infrastructure, external works and energy centre, and contracted RSK to provide ecological consultancy and contracting for the project.

    Applying RSK’s ethos of providing clients with a one-stop shop for their needs, RSK Habitat Management worked closely with ADAS and RSK colleagues to provide a turnkey solution. This collaborative method ensured that RSK was able to meet the project’s tight programme and prevented any costly delays.

    Initially, RSK Habitat Management carried out a preliminary ecological appraisal and consulted local records. This was followed by several ecological surveys: a detailed building inspection for evidence of roosting and foraging bats, a reptile survey in potential habitat areas and an extensive arboricultural survey on more than 297 tree features. As a part of this last survey a tree protection plan and a detailed arboricultural planning statement were also produced. Next, more than 21,803 m2 of light scrub was cleared to facilitate ground-penetrating radar, topographical and service investigation surveys, and more than 5125 m2 of dense scrub vegetation was felled and processed. A BREEAM report for appropriate wildlife enhancements was produced to fulfil the requirements for BREEAM credits LE03 and LE05.

    During this work all the strict survey requirements were met without any delays to the work programme. The client felt that the work was of huge assistance on the project and expressed that they would not hesitate to contract RSK Habitat Management again.

    • Location: England
    • Client: VolkerFitzpatrick
    • Project status: Completed
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    🏢 Will regenerative design be key in building a resilient future?

    🏙️ In the first article of our new series Cities of Tomorrow, our panel explores what role regenerative design plays in forming a framework for our cities of tomorrow.

    📌 The conversation was hosted by Andrew Tempany, Technical Director at @stephensonhalliday

    Read more in our bio!

    #Architecture #Design #Development #Sustainability #Sustainable #Environment

    🏆 We are proud to share that RSK Group is a finalist for the annual @britchamsg Singapore Award 2022 under the Sustainability Champion of the Year category.

    ⭐ We are thrilled to see the hard work of our dedicated teams being recognised by this prestigious organization.

    📌 The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony that will take place at the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore on October 13th

    #Sustainability #Awards #Sustainable #Event #Environment #Environmental

    📢 RSK Group is delighted to announce that we are one of the sponsors of the Ground Source Heat Pump Association’s conference and charity dinner.

    🤝 The Conference is an opportunity to gain insight into the heat pump installation industry, through a series of coordinated expert panel sessions, presentations, and networking opportunities.

    💚 Geocore Site Investigations Ltd, Ground Heat, ZED and Carbon Zero Consulting will be attending this event.

    We can’t wait to see you there!

    📅 30th September 2022
    📍 The Coniston Hotel Country Estate & Spa, Skipton

    #Energy #Heating #GroundSourceHeatPumps #HeatPumps #Event #Conference #GroundHeat

    📢 RSK Tanzania is proud to host NICOLA – CONNECT, organized by the Network for Industrially Contaminated Land in Africa.

    🤝 NICOLA – CONNECT provides a platform for social and technical interaction between members of NICOLA, and professionals interested in Contaminated Land or associated fields, in a casual setting.

    📅 5th October 2022
    📍 Golden Tulip Hotel, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.

    Kindly RSVP to hkimario@ ASAP to reserve your seat.
    To call for enquiries, contact: +255 719 697 323

    We look forward to seeing you there!

    #Tanzania #Event #ContaminatedLand #Africa #Land #Environment #Environmental

    🤝 Society is moving towards a more equitable and sustainable world.

    🏙️ Our cities sit at the centre of this modern world: they grow and change as we do.

    🤔 As we face unprecedented challenges today, how will our cities evolve to serve our needs in the future?

    📌 RSK’s Cities of Tomorrow series explores the sustainable solutions available to us to create resilient and future-proof urban centres.

    Stay tuned to find out more!

    #Sustainability #ClimateChange #ClimateCrisis #Environment #Environmental #Sustainable

    🚗 As we return to offices, how we commute to work will play an important role in our ambitions to achieve net zero targets.

    🤝 Businesses play a crucial part in facilitating action towards these goals.

    🚆 In this edition of our series Climate Realities, Ian Wickett, Senior Associate Director at RSK Transport Planning, tells us why everyday changes, supported by business, are of vital importance.

    Read more in our bio!

    #Transport #NetZero #Commute #Environment #Environmental #ClimateChange