A distinguished panel hosted by Environment Analyst explores how digital innovation is transforming project delivery and data management, disrupting traditional business models and accelerating the journey to net zero in a post-pandemic world
Global IT giant Microsoft is “actively collaborating” with the Scottish-headquartered professional services firm Wood to help clients position for the energy transition and deliver on sustainability commitments.
Wood, the Aberdeen-headquartered, global engineering, consultancy and professional services group, has pledged a science-based target to lower its scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions by 40% over the next ten years.
The first Environment Analyst Business Leaders’ Forum meeting of 2020 saw animated discussion around three interrelated themes of digital disruption, value proposition and the future environmental consultant
The price of crude oil could plunge to record lows in coming weeks due to a combination of oversupply and falling demand. The ramifications for environmental consultants exposed to the energy and natural resources sector are huge.
The Aberdeen-headquartered, energy-focused professional services group has released its financial results for 2019, defined by “generally robust activity across energy and built environment markets” helping to offset weakness elsewhere.
Infrastructure & development opportunities create healthy demand for EC services, according to latest global sector report from Environment Analyst. AECOM, Jacobs and Tetra Tech retain position as top three EC providers worldwide as other challengers ascend rankings
Head of Wood’s newly-created $2.5bn TCS unit - and instrumental in its genesis - Joe Sczurko explains the rationale for the business and its strategic priorities, also sharing what he sees as the major forces shaping the direction of the wider market as we enter a new decade.