Expert Opinion: What have we learned during lockdown? Locked

With the global population in the grip of COVID-19, Neil Humphrey - chief operating officer of the environmental and engineering consultancy Waterman in the UK - sheds light on how we can use this time to make bold changes in the face of the climate crisis


Network Rail names firms for £400m design services framework Locked

Capita P&I, RSK, Temple, Waterman and Wood to supply consents and environmental support services


Waterman appointed to SW/Wales housing framework Locked

Europe, UK

Waterman IE reveals public sector contract wins Locked

Europe, UK

Waterman appointed to A322 widening scheme Locked

Europe, UK

Brexit checks UK environmental consulting market growth Locked

Strong demand across multiple client sectors fuels another solid performance from the UK EC Top 30, although slowdown evident on Brexit worries finds EA’s latest market report

Europe, UK

Waterman to be acquired by Japan’s CTI Engineering Locked

UK consultancy Waterman Group to continue operating as a fully independent division under Japanese ownership as CTI makes its European debut

Asia Pacific, Europe, Global, Japan, UK

Waterman helps Welsh school mitigate flood risk Locked

Europe, UK

Waterman targets public sector outsourcing Locked

Europe, UK

Waterman enjoys 9% growth in FY16 Locked

Strength of client demand in UK helps planning, design and environmental consultancy beat its three-year targets

Asia Pacific, Europe, UK

Waterman to advise on Shetland link Locked

Europe, UK

Strong growth for Waterman in H1 2016 Locked

Europe, UK

Refocused Waterman posts double-digit growth Locked

Diversification of environmental business into infrastructure brings rewards

Europe, UK

Waterman turnaround continues with property sector driving business Locked


Environment business continues recovery for Waterman Locked

15% revenue hike during year of restructuring and management transition


Fugro EMU wins EIA for Aberdeen Harbour expansion Locked


Waterman posts encouraging H1 results Locked


Waterman making progress in Q3 Locked


Environment a highlight for Waterman Locked

12% revenue hike for EED division set against decline for wider group


Waterman sees UK recovery, but let down by overseas trading Locked


Waterman still constrained by UK market conditions Locked

"Consistent performance in FY2012", group restructure and focus on efficiency to ride out recession


Waterman reports H1 “solid performance” Locked

Jump in profit due to sale of HQ: 90% of full-year revenue secured

Waterman records modest profit for 2010/11 Locked

Enviro & energy division achieves growth; sale of London HQ in pipeline

Growth for Waterman's 'Greenspace' EMS tool Locked

Recession's winners & losers in UK enviro consultancy Locked

Research reveals which practices improved market position, which lost ground & deepest staff cuts

Waterman waits for property sector recovery Locked

Interim results chart continuing decline in revenue & profit

Enviro consultancy loss at Waterman Locked

Restructuring & job losses as enviro business experiences “very challenging trading conditions”

Waterman issues downbeat management statement Locked

With its year-end approaching, the multidiscpline engineering and environmental consultancy has issued an interim management statement emphasising the “extremely difficult and challenging trading conditions” it faces.

White Young Green denies takeover talks as shares spike Locked

Troubled multidiscipline consultancy White Young Green plc has taken the unusual step of issuing a statement denying it is in takeover discussions, as its share price soared at the end of last week partly in response to market speculation

Waterman research highlights carbon & energy savings from robotic car parking Locked

Research conducted by Waterman focusing on the environmental and financial implications of the introduction of automated car parks in lieu of conventional multi-story car parks, indicates that carbon savings of up to 86%, energy cost savings of up to 83%, and energy consumption cuts of up to 98% would be possible.