Sweco’s Low Carbon Services Showcased at ICE Westminster

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Sweco’s Low Carbon Services Showcased at ICE Westminster

26 July 2018
Samantha Metaxas, a consultant from Sweco’s Carbon & Sustainability team, recently presented at the Institution of Civil Engineers headquarters at Westminster for the NCE100 Club, an event which brings together senior representatives from Britain’s leading civil engineering consultancies, contractors, clients and industry stakeholders to debate key industry topics and share best practice. Samantha was invited to discuss Sweco UK’s approach to carbon management which led to us recently winning the New Civil Engineer Low Carbon Leader award and contributed to us being recognised as a Top 10 civil engineering company.

The session included a keynote speech from David Riley, Head of Carbon and Energy at Anglian Water, pitches from two other NCE100 winning companies, as well as a Q&A session and panel discussion hosted by Mark Hansford, Editor of the New Civil Engineer Magazine.

Sweco UK are developing many services in this area, including a detailed analysis of the relationship between cost and carbon with our colleagues in Stockholm. This industry-leading work will enable designers and engineers to better understand how to reduce carbon in their disciplines. It will also underline the financial value in targeting carbon reduction, as well as its importance in preventing climate change.

A video of a presentation recently given by us on our climate change services at a conference in Sweco’s head office in Stockholm is available here.

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