With the COVID-19 pandemic presenting huge international challenges, HR Wallingford has put in place a range of measures to keep our people, their families and anyone we work with as safe as possible.
We helped the Countryside Council for Wales understand what challenges climate change will pose for the marine habitats and ecosystems.
BLAST addressed coastal management in the North Sea. Seventeen organisations from seven countries collaborated to harmonise and integrate spatial data across the land-sea boundary.
We've supported Brighton Marina Company's plans to construct a major mixed use development within the outer harbour of Brighton Marina
We’ve been helping the Bristol Port Company manage and monitor the environmental impacts of this major development.
From thermal and nuclear power stations, to marine renewable energy developments, our specialist services help to manage water-based risks for power projects
We help our clients to consider and understand the marine environment at all stages of the project life cycle, from concept development and master planning through to engineering design, construction and operation.
HR Wallingford carries out research, assessment and ecological modelling to understand the impacts of natural and human induced change on the aquatic environment.
The Fast Flow Facility is one of the world's largest marine test facilities, delivering a world-leading capability in wave-current-sediment-structure modelling.
Our tsunami wave simulator generates model-scale tsunami in the laboratory, allowing researchers to better understand the potential impact of tsunami once they reach the coastline.
14,400 m² of physical modelling facilities housed in three purpose built halls
Our training courses are led and delivered by our expert staff, many of whom are international authorities in their field. Our programme of courses has been designed to develop delegates' knowledge with introductory courses covering a broad background of topics leading to
more specialist events.
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