Every government around the world strives to deliver a standard of utilities services, from clean water and sanitation to connected cities through high-speed broadband.
Private sector companies are driving innovation in the build and operation of utilities infrastructure to generate the extra efficiencies and return on investment they need while maintaining a high quality of service. This is placing greater emphasis on contractors and programme managers to devise better ways of doing things, working in partnership to get the best result.
Meeting the challenges
We have extensive experience in the utilities industry, from desalinisation plants in the Middle East to UK water operators and the world's largest communications companies.
We offer independent advice to navigate local regulations, ensuring programmes and their component projects meet the required standards while managing the often complex logistics involved in pipes in the ground work.
Our effective management of projects and programmes generates real savings for clients and in an industry that never stays the same, we’re at the forefront of understanding the solutions that can generate further efficiencies and helping these come to fruition for clients.
Learn how we are working with global clients in utilities to drive value and efficiency in projects and programmes.
Perry Barr flood risk management scheme, UK
The Perry Barr and Witton flood risk management scheme is a nationally-significant project with huge social, environmental and economic implications.
Boston Barrier Scheme, UK
Boston has a history of tidal flooding and is at significant risk from further events in the future. The Environment Agency has responded to this challenge with the £124m Boston Barrier scheme.
Oregon Department of Transportation, USA
Following the unprecedented Labor Day 2020 wildfires spanning the entire western tier of Oregon, the State of Oregon was left with a massive clean-up effort after the largest, most expensive disaster in its history.
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water, UK
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is upgrading its services to improve customer service, sustainability and resilience. We've been appointed lead consultant on the £1.9bn AMP6 business plan.
Environment Agency - next generation supplier arrangements, UK
The Environment Agency had a need to set up new arrangements for the delivery of their capital Flood and Coastal Risk Management programme with their current arrangement due to expire in 2019.
Department of Water Affairs, South Africa
Ensuring access to clean water and sanitation for all South Africans
Find out more about the market moves, trends and best practice in the utilities sector, as our global team of experts share their in-depth knowledge, views and insights.
The brave new world of managing cost escalation risk in the USA
The post-pandemic new normal is upon us. Understanding more accurately how drivers are impacting cost escalation is vital to help mitigate and manage financial risk in the current uncertain economic climate.
Integrated project controls can help avoid major disappointments on mega-projects
The infrastructure sector is shouldering expectations of building more productive, inclusive and sustainable economies after the pandemic.
Funding the Australian infrastructure pipeline
The challenges facing the Australian infrastructure market today are fundamentally different from those we have faced at any other time.