Pushing the Environmental Agenda

Effectiveness and Efficiency

In today’s world, the importance of a well-executed engineering project can be the difference between success and failure.

Putting the Environment First

Being small has its advantages. For example, you can fit into small spaces, you can pick up the crumbs that those bigger than you drop on the ground and you can move quicker and more flexibly into smaller spaces than larger, less dynamic counterparts.

Unfortunately, there are some areas where being small is a disadvantage, the effect with which influence can be exercised, being one of them. Protests, complaints and warnings are lost in the cacophony of trumpeting cries from bigger entities whose size, and therefore their ability to threaten or impress, makes it easier for them to whisper into the ears of those in the high branches of a faceless and deliberately deaf administration.