EA’s latest industry data and research report reveals emergence of the sector's own ‘big four’ as environmental & sustainability consulting market sees record M&A activity and solid post-COVID recovery.
Six months after the publication of Environment Analyst’s acclaimed ‘Consultancies in the race to net zero’ report – and in celebration of UK Net Zero Week – we explore how the top players are looking to advance their leadership role in the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Move is significant because up to third of Arup’s current energy business is from hydrocarbon-related projects. Design & engineering firm also commits to assessing carbon lifecycle for all building projects
Sector hits all-time high of £1.9bn in 2019 before pandemic forces decline last year; Jacobs confirmed new market leader, then RSK, WSP, AECOM and RPS; demand for climate change & energy services surges as net zero and climate resilience efforts ramp up
London-headquartered engineering, design and environmental consultancy Arup has announced a redundancy programme impacting 350 UK employees - equivalent to around 5% of its domestic headcount - due to the impacts of COVID-19.
EA speaks to CEO Stephen McNulty on the story so far for this upcoming Irish enviro-tech firm - a company attracting some notable investor attention, able to count many of the leading environmental consultancies among its key clients - and one with global ambitions