Tomorrow’s communities are facing many environmental challenges – which can only be managed by an experienced advisor with recognised expertise. Sweco’s environmental specialists create inhabitable environments using careful planning and creative thinking. Our multi-disciplinary environment team offer pragmatic deliverable solutions to ensure that developments work in harmony with their surrounding environment and that impacts are managed in a sustainable way.


  • Acoustics, Environmental Noise & Vibration
  • Carbon Management
  • Contaminated Land and Water Quality
  • Ecology
  • Environmental Impacts
  • Ground Engineering
  • STAG
  • Sustainable Development and Planning
  • Waste and Resources Management
  • WebTAG


Sweco’s people excel at providing the right information in the right format for clients’ needs, to allow those in the driving seat to make the best, most informed decisions, at each stage of the project.

The environment team contributes to the work of our in-house multi-disciplinary project teams, which include transport planners and economists, to guide our clients through the transport appraisal process.

We understand the complexity of transport appraisal, and how the information generated through our option development and analysis is used to inform the development of the business case.

We employ the latest in modelling and analysis techniques, to provide the robust information and evidence clients need for all environmental aspects of transport appraisal. Our multi-disciplinary approach gives us speed and flexibility when addressing issues and allows us to be proactive in offering solutions to help informed decision making.




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