We help clients deliver innovatively funded, environmentally compliant infrastructure, by offering environmental services for each stage in the lifecycle of an asset or project – which is just one of the things that sets us apart. Through smart landscape and green infrastructure design, and bespoke ecosystem services assessments and valuations, we consistently unlock additional funding streams for projects that reduce the costs for both clients and communities. Our creative and award-winning integrated planning and design approach delivers both functional infrastructure and lasting environmental and social legacies - such as enhanced or reclaimed public spaces, new habitats and biodiversity, recreational resources and greater community engagement. Our environmental specialists work together with Black & Veatch and partner’s engineering and design teams to develop feasible and cost-effective solutions to the complex questions posed by development across a wide range of fragile natural and socially sensitive locations. As well as helping clients invest in solutions to environmental challenges, and delivering pragmatic solutions to ecological constraints, our technical expertise enables us to work with bodies like the Environment Agency and Natural England to shape best practice approaches that protect our environment and deliver sustainable infrastructure and development. Featured Content Project River Thames Scheme From Windsor to Chertsey, United Kingdom Working with the Environment Agency to protect 17,000 properties, between Windsor and London in England, from flooding; and reduce the flood risk posed to Heathrow and other major transport infrastructure. READ MORE Project Minsmere Flood Risk Management Scheme RSPB Minsmere Nature Reserve, Suffolk, England The Minsmere Nature Reserve is internationally designated as a Special Area of Conservation, Special Protection Area and Ramsar Site (wetland of international importance). It is located on one of the UK’s fastest-eroding coastlines. But resisting coastal change through hard-engineering is often not the most sustainable solution. READ MORE Project Felixstowe Coastal Defence Suffolk, United Kingdom Felixstowe, on the Suffolk coast, is at risk of flooding during times of high surge tides. Existing coastal defences were nearing the end of their useful life, with many of the groynes no longer effective at retaining the sand on the beach. This led to lowering of the beach and undermining of the seawall. Improved coastal defences were urgently needed. READ MORE Project Mogden Sewage Treatment Works Upgrade Isleworth, Middlesex, United Kingdom Thames Water’s Mogden Sewage Treatment Works is the United Kingdom’s third largest, serving 2 million customers in Greater London. In 2010, work began on an upgrade and expansion project to increase Mogden’s treatment capacity and meet the Environment Agency’s new consent standard. READ MORE Project Burton and Trent Washlands Burton, Staffordshire, United Kingdom In achieving a Landscape Institute Award for our work in Burton, Black & Veatch has set out a strong framework for future projects to deliver robust infrastructure investment cases that deliver wider environmental and social value. READ MORE Click on the links below to find out in more detail about different aspects of our Environmental Consulting work: Ecological Services Environmental Economics Environmental Impact Assessment Landscape Design Contact us to learn more about what we can do for you. 0 Related Insights With Grid Modernization, Utilities Poised For Most Visible Transformation The annual Strategic Directions Report series offers analysis and insights into key issues and trends facing the smart cities and utilities, electric, natural gas, and water utility sectors. Digital Water There’s huge potential to reap the true benefits of advances in digital water future, no matter what stage of the journey you are on. Black & Veatch uses Memphis sewer project as moment to mentor contractors about avoiding job harm Black & Veatch shared its time-tested safety practices during a free seminar for local supervisors and contractors working on the 10-year Memphis Sanitary Sewer Overflow program. Stormwater Management: Program Planning Critical to Resilient Systems Understanding key industry priorities and investment drivers can help stormwater utility managers balance the diverse and complex financial, regulatory and community needs involved in stormwater management. The Price of Water Water is the incredible common thread that connects our communities via food, power, manufacturing, environment and ultimately our health. Ready to Learn More? Complete a short form to request more information and a specialist will contact you.