Our team can assess what the future is likely to demand of infrastructure assets

We can look at infrastructure solutions across a range of topics – from transport to urban planning, housing to resilience to natural hazards so our clients can develop the most resilient and effective solutions.

We have developed effective tools for use in hypothetical scenarios to build a robust and sophisticated understanding of likely future behaviour. This creates the opportunity to test innovative but potentially higher risk interventions.

Realistic situations and solutions are developed through close collaboration with clients and stakeholders.


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 On the Rebound

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 Wind Speeds At Hilly Sites

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 Beneath the Surface

Beneath the Surface

The saying goes that while a duck seems to be moving serenely across the pond, its feet are actually paddling like mad. Our cities are the same – while we go about our daily lives, below us a vast infrastructure is keeping the cities running. Similarly, after the shaking stopped in...

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 The digital revolution

The digital revolution

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Let's Chat

Let's Chat

Speak to a member of our research team for more information on future infrastructure solutions.





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