BIG Biodiversity Challenge and Awards Sponsors 2022
Arcadis are delighted to support CIRIA’s Big Biodiversity Awards. Arcadis embrace sustainability in all that we do and are driven by our commitment to maximise our impacts in creating a more sustainable world and improving quality of life for all. Biodiversity is at the very heart of our sustainability vision as driven by our ecology team who are leading our clients through biodiversity and natural capital strategy, design and implementation, funding and maintenance. We are excited to share this journey with CIRIA and the profession, moving towards a greener, more sustainable and equitable future.
Arc is at the forefront of new thinking in environmental consultancy, integrating ecology, landscape, communities and development to shape better places for people and wildlife.
Our Shaping Better Places framework, developed through years of experience, provides a unique service in its combination of ecological and human health, so evidently now a global priority in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. Shaping Better Places provides also exactly the support to government and business that is required by current and emerging environmental regulation.
We are BAM Nuttall, part of the Royal BAM Group listed on the Dutch stock exchange. Our Group is one of Europe’s largest construction companies, employing 20,000 people globally, with an annual turnover of £7 billion.
BAM Group was founded over 150 years ago and delivers exceptional engineering and construction experiences. We collaborate with clients across private and public sector partnerships in the UK and internationally.
Our purpose is to create sustainable environments that enhance peoples’ lives.
Find out more about BAM.
Ecology and Habitat Management Ltd is an independent consultancy, specialising in airfield habitat management and ecology services. We support a vast network of clients across the UK and Europe providing high quality, bespoke services ranging from bird risk management to protected species surveys and mitigation.
Established in 2012, our team combines over 50 years of industry experience across ecology; airfield management, horticulture and landscaping. Operating internationally across the UK and continental Europe, we deliver expert advice and practical services. We are practiced in facilitating the continued compliance of a range of regulations and accreditations across the aviation and development industries, including CAP 772 and ISO 14001. Our team is proud to have been instrumental in gaining, and retaining, the Wildlife Trusts’ Biodiversity Benchmark Award for some of our clients
Heathrow Airport looks after more than just planes and runways – we have a huge interest in ecology and green spaces, we manage 170 hectares of land across 13 sites, and in finding ways to preserve them for future generations to enjoy. Heathrow’s biodiversity sites support thousands of species of flora and fauna which thrive around the airport. We’re delighted to have been recognised for our continued commitment by winning the Wildlife Trusts’ Biodiversity Benchmark Award for over ten years. We’re committed to operating Heathrow sustainably, now and in the future, and continually building on our success.
Kier is a leading property, residential, construction and services group. We operate across a range of sectors including defence, education, health, housing, industrials, power, property,
transport and utilities. The Group employs over 24,000 people in its operations in the UK, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Hong Kong and Australia.
Our vision is to be a world-class, customer-focused company that invests in, builds, maintains and renews the places where we live, work and play.
Marshalls is the UK’s leading supplier of sustainable concrete and natural stone products for the built environment.
Established in the 1890s with an enduring set of values, we are committed to doing the right things, for the right reasons, delivered in the right way - ethically and sustainably. From fairly traded stone to low carbon concrete bricks, we recognise that we can create better spaces by putting people, communities and the environment first. You’ll find our hard landscaping materials in commercial projects and prestigious landmarks throughout the UK, including Trafalgar Square and London’s South Bank
Find out more about Marshalls.
We're the government company which plans, designs, builds, operates and maintains England’s motorways and major A roads, known as the strategic road network (SRN).
We manage and improve the strategic road network to make journeys safer, smoother and more reliable.
Our priorities are safety, customers and delivery.
Find out more about National Highways.
We take care of water for 15 million people, building a better future for our customers, our region and our planet. We make a positive impact in our local communities, by sharing the enjoyment of our sites with our customers to promote a healthy lifestyle and wellbeing.
Find out more about Thames Water.
Trustmgt are pleased to be supporting this year’s CIRIA Big Biodiversity Awards. As a key player in the Open Space Management industry, we care about the environment in which we work and are committed to sustainable development, minimising our impact on nature whilst maximising nature itself.
Our focus is set on biodiversity net gain, creating welcoming habitats that support local wildlife and encourage nature back into areas impacted by construction. We work closely with our clients and residents across the UK to build communities and environments that thrive, now and in the future.
Trustmgt are proud to have been recognised for our sustainable approach and unrivalled service in this year’s Design & Build Awards, winning the Most Outstanding Open Space Management & Maintenance Company 2021 award.
Find out more about Trustmgt.
Founded in 2003, Wildflower Turf has pioneered and developed a soil less growing system which has transformed the concept of turf growing. Wildflower Turf is currently working with a number of organisations to help create wildlife friendly environments for species such as bees, butterflies, voles and slow worms, to name a few. These organisations include The Natural History Museum, Sainsbury’s, The Environment Agency and Natural England. A number of councils throughout the country have used the turf to improve parks and open spaces in their areas, and many more have made enquiries for future projects. In addition the turf is specified by many architects for both green roofs and landscaping projects as a simple way of guaranteeing a wild flower meadow and the ecological benefits this brings.