CEnv Employer Champion | Amey Consulting
As a leading Consultant, it is more important than ever to create and design environmentally-sustainable schemes. As consultants and designers who are in a position to influence our clients and their scheme designs, we are committed to creating sustainable infrastructure, delivering environmental and social capital to our communities, and financial value to our customers. We promote a culture of professional development, we are advocates of the Chartered Environmentalist designation and we are delighted to have been recognised by SocEnv for our work on this critical agenda.Malachy McAlister CEnv
Amey Consulting, Principle Environmentalist
Amey Consulting – An Overview
Amey is one of today’s leading engineering consultants and public services providers, managing the vital infrastructure that we all rely on.
As leaders in infrastructure asset management we help some of the world’s biggest asset owners to better plan for, understand and manage their assets. We design, manage and maintain infrastructure assets for our clients which includes railways, highways, water and power supply as well as environmental services like waste collection and treatment. We help our clients get the best from their assets and work with them to deliver the vital services the public use every day. We are delighted to be working alongside the SocEnv to celebrate the CEnv designation and to champion our shared values of responsible, and environmentally-sustainable development.
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