Consultancy and advisory
We improve our clients’ business performance by providing value adding consultancy and advisory services, leveraging our deep client insight, leading edge expertise and broad range of capabilities.
In addition to being a chartered environmentalist, Hywel is also a chartered waste manager, who joined Costain just over five years ago as environment manager working on the A465 project. In 2019, he was appointed as the discipline lead for environmental consulting where he is responsible for growing the capability with new and existing clients.
A practitioner of applied behavioural sciences, Claire Fryer takes great fulfilment in empowering others to understand why behaviours occur and what can be done to alter that behaviour to bring about positive change.
Having always been somebody that knew she wanted to make a difference, Lara Young is passionate about demystifying the topic of climate change and more specifically carbon management to empower thousands of individuals, businesses and clients to make a positive difference.
Kevin enjoys challenging traditional thinking and working with clients to define what digital twin means to them and making them consider what digital twin could be. His broad sector and project experience puts him at the forefront to provide the resulting imperative leading edge solutions.
Looking forward, Peter is excited at the prospect of the profession utilising artificial intelligence, business information modelling and digital twin to keep it at the heart of any process.
When your mission is to be better, faster and smarter, you need the best people driving your vision forward. You need people who can create leading-edge solutions that align with your business goals and outcomes, who can infuse their creativity and deep-domain knowledge into smart infrastructure solutions.
We are working with SGN on the groundbreaking H100 project, which aims to demonstrate how hydrogen can be distributed in a safe, secure and reliable way. Our feasibility and front end design work will help to identify the optimum location for the construction of a hydrogen demonstration facility. The gas network supplies the energy to heat 82% of the UK’s buildings, and so this can make a major contribution to meeting the UK’s decarbonisation targets, by establishing the evidence base required to support the use of hydrogen for decarbonisation.