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Wardell Armstrong

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Contact Andrew Ashton
(Project Manager BDT)
Sir Henry Doulton House, Forge Lane, Etruria, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 5BD, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 845 111 7777
UK branch offices


International offices


Global environmental consulting staff 130
UK group staff 379
UK environmental consulting staff 130
Work Area Details
  • Air quality
  • Climate change & energy
  • Contaminated site assessment/remediation
  • Ecological/wildlife services
  • Impact assessment
  • Environmental risk & due diligence
  • Environmental management & compliance
  • Environmental noise & vibration
  • Sustainability strategy & ESG
  • Waste management/circular economy
  • Water quality & resource management
  • Other services
  • Applications / appeals
  • Archaelogy
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Flood risk
  • Land remediation / brownfield sites
  • Masterplanning and urban design
  • Landscape / green infrastructure
  • Minerals and Waste
  • Energy and utilities
  • Public / community engagement
  • Residential / commercial development

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