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We offer a range of specialist services for your engineering needs.

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Infrastructure Planning & Flood Risk

Infrastructure Planning & Flood Risk

Further Support through the Planning Process

Further Support through the Planning Process

Highway & Infrastructure Detailed Design

Highway & Infrastructure Detailed Design

Traffic & Transport Planning

Traffic & Transport Planning

Our Traffic and Transportation Division offers services covering transportation and development planning, ranging from:

  • Feasibility studies
  • Transport Appraisals
  • Travel Plans
  • Traffic Impact Assessments
  • Public Transport Assessments
  • Negotiation and Implementation of Traffic Management Schemes
  • Access Reviews & Solutions
  • Transport Assessments
  • Transport Modelling
    • Strategic (SATURN/VISUM)
    • Micro-simulation (VISSIM)
    • Local/Junction (ARCADY, PICADY, LinSig)
  • Business Case Development

We provide solutions that link with local and national transport policies, existing traffic network situations, public and private transport in relation to residential areas, retail facilities, industrial and commercial sites in as a sustainable way as possible while ensuring commercial reality is maintained.

Accordingly transport assessments are produced in accordance with current National Planning Guidance.

Our Staff’s expertise has and continues to encompass the full range of development sites from single dwellings to new settlements/urban regeneration, leisure use, sporting venues, employment, commercial and mixed use development.

In conjunction with investigating and implementing Sustainable Transport measures, we provide solutions to reduce traffic conflicts and to manage road capacity ranging from simple improvements to the layout of junctions to bus lanes, signage, carriageway markings, parking, traffic calming and new technology traffic systems.

We can also provide a full range of transport modelling support from standalone junction capacity assessments, through wider network models to area-wide strategic transport models to support development and/or Local Plan processes.

 

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