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Marine Consultancy Services (Environmental)

We recognise the link between the marine environment, health and wellbeing – as well as their combined role in achieving net zero. We therefore deliver sustainable marine consultancy & engineering solutions for harbour, port, waterfront and offshore projects by drawing upon a global body of expertise to meet UK coastal infrastructure needs.

Our core marine services

Healthy oceans and seas regulate climate and reduce climate change impacts. Our marine environment and coastline are vital habitats for us, as well as the marine dependent flora and fauna.

With vast experience in UK & Ireland port challenges, our teams also collaborate with specialists in marine services across Europe, particularly in the Nordics. This allows us to draw upon the combined know-how of international marine engineers and consultants. Using a ‘best athlete’ approach we are able to add value to any project through an unrivalled network of expertise, identifying the exact teams needed to deliver a bespoke project solution.

Sweco can provide you with key multi-disciplinary services for any project challenge, with the express aim of protecting and enhancing natural assets while delivering your building and infrastructure objectives. We work with all stakeholders to identify best practice methods of construction and not only protect but enhance the environment – without constraining operations.

  • Renewable energy consultancy
  • Strategic environmental
  • assessment & surveys
  • Feasibility studies
  • Marine licensing
  • Public consultation (face-to-face & virtual)
  • Specialist marine engineering construction advice
  • Sub-station/cabling design
  • Energy consultancy support
  • Traffic and transport planning

Marine project highlights

  1. Antarctic Infrastructure Modernisation Programme (BAS)
  2. Nigg, Wick Harbour redesign (for Beatrice Offshore Wind)
  3. Aberdeen Road South (linking to Nigg Harbour and in a coastal location)
  4. CWRR (Clyde Waterfront Renfrew Riverside) (New bridge over the Clyde)
  5. Govan Graving Docks (COP26 urban wetland project)
  6. Scapa Deep Water Quay & Hatston Pier in Orkney (Deep Water Port Facilities supporting ScotWind)
British Antarctic Survey (BAS)