Innovation is at the heart of all we do
Innovation is one of our core values and research and development are essential components of many of
We invest strongly in research and development, responding to the needs of clients to provide bespoke innovative solutions and incorporating the latest technical knowledge through collaboration with industry, academia
Our commitment to innovation and technical excellence has enabled us to deliver a diverse range of industry leading projects over the last decade, and to sustain our reputation for industry leading innovation, technology and methodology development.
Fast, accurate representations of flow routing across flood plains.
Manage metocean risks across the lifecycle of your marine development.
Near real-time and forecast flood and rainfall data for riverine flooding.
Innovating as a team
Without people and communication there is no innovation.
We enable innovation at all levels and across all technical disciplines by encouraging all our people to propose new ideas – from faster and more efficient processes to completely new tools and software.
We utilise web-based platforms to explore new ideas and embed the latest developments into our day to day projects.
We have strong links with world renowned research organisations and academic institutions in the UK, Europe and worldwide. Collaborative research and development is fundamental to our innovation strategy and allows us to access cutting edge academic research and apply it in a commercial setting.
Currently, we are working with the Industrial Doctorate Centre for Offshore Renewable Energy (IDCORE)
The IDCORE programme is a four-year Engineering Doctorate (EngD) course in marine renewable energy. As a sponsor company, we are hosting two IDCORE students in the Marine and Coast Risk Management team.
During this industrial placement, the research engineers are working on the further development, testing and application of our sophisticated metocean planning and forecasting tool ForeCoast® Marine – as seen above.
Development is being conducted in collaboration with the IDCORE Universities, the Met Office, EMEC and a major offshore wind developer.