Liam was recognised by both Stonewall and Building Equality with the North West Ally of The Year Award for his efforts to promote diversity within the construction industry, particularly on behalf of the LGBT+ community.
“I’m Ben, an engineering student doing an Industrial Placement Year with Atkins. Last Christmas I applied for a placement in Transportation, but was unsuccessful in the situational judgement test. This meant I could not continue the process and I hadn’t got the placement.
The Rail Week initiative has been the brainchild of the professional networking association Young Rail Professionals (YRP), supported by many organisations across the rail industry pledging to host events and reach out to schools, colleges and parents in their area.
I’m Sam, transport planner at Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, in the UK. I work in Bristol, in a laid-back, young team that enjoys plenty of socials at the pub. My team is made up of a diverse bunch of people. We’re all passionate about what we do, and the end results show it. Our diversity means we bring different ideas and viewpoints to the table and this helps us come up with some amazing solutions.
Spatial planning has a major influence on traffic movement and growth on the Strategic Road Network (SRN). To support sustainable economic development and regeneration, traffic growth will need to be accommodated whilst ensuring a balance with Highways England’s objectives set out in Strategic Business Plan (2015-2020) and the Delivery Plan (2015-2020
Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin group, provides expert consultancy that covers the full project lifecycle. We build strong client relationships by understanding the challenges they face, sharing their vision and helping them transform potential into reality.
Atkins has been working for The Crown Estate for 20 years, developing a public realm strategy to raise the quality of the buildings, streets, and spaces around the client’s two urban estates in the West End, namely Regent Street and St. James’s.
Southampton City Council identified the need for an updated pedestrian wayfinding system to promote walking and aid navigation across the city. A prototype on-street signage system was initially developed and tested in-situ as part of the Southampton Legible City initiative.
A key aspiration of the programme was to improve the image, identity and user experience of Southampton for the benefit of residents, businesses and visitors alike.
Cambridge Biomedical Campus (CBC) is a major asset in the development of the UK’s life science research, teaching and healthcare industries. It is a growing generator of travel demand, with 17,250 staff and 14,500 visitors each day.
Network Rail required 7 Asset Management Plans (AMPs) for their major structures on their Anglia route to estimate the Whole Life Costs (WLC) and the associated interventions (Life Cycle Planning) for each of the structures. In addition, Atkins complied the entire report which included information about the structure location and history, as well as structure management and asset management policies and objectives.