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
RPS’s journey of reinvention was hit hard by crosswinds from COVID-19. CEO John Douglas and CFO Judith Cottrell talked to Environment Analyst about the trials of 2020 and their effects on the professional services firm’s long-term plans
Following the first six to eight months of pandemic-induced lockdowns and economic instability, the picture for some leading environmental consulting players features the tentative beginnings of an upturn.
A range of views on strategies for leading the climate change, ESG and net zero agendas, presented at the final panel session of this year’s EA Business Summit, converged on the need for standardised targets and benchmarking
UK-headquartered consultancy RPS has been appointed by SSE Renewables to lead the offshore environmental impact assessment (EIA) and shadow habitat regulation appraisal (HRA) for the Forth of Firth offshore wind farms at Berwick Bank and Marr Bank off the coast of Scotland.
UK-headquartered consultancy RPS is expanding in the US offshore wind sector, having appointed Richard Zeroka as director of permitting to lead its environment team based in Boston, Massachusetts to spearhead its push into this space.
UK-headquartered consultancy RPS is among those who have put systems in place for delivering remote environmental assessments and audits for their clients in response to the restrictions on travel and social contact because of COVID-19.
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.
UK professional services group and the country's number-one environmental consultancy RPS saw its share price dip by more than 40% this week after issuing a trading update which warns of “stagnation” in its Australia Asia Pacific (AAP) business