RSK is Business Achiever of the Week
RSK has featured as Environmental Business Journal’s business achiever of the week (week 19 2015). The article follows on from the magazine awarding RSK a silver medal in the large-firm category (greater than $100 million in annual revenue) earlier this year. The business research publication was impressed by RSK’s declared projected growth of better than 25% from approximately £71 million for the fiscal year ending on 31 March 2014 to an anticipated £90 million in revenue for the current fiscal year.
Shell Safety Day success
This year Shell’s annual global safety day, held on 6 May, had the theme of ‘Achieving Goal Zero because we care’. Shell defines Goal Zero as ‘No harm. No leaks’: no harm to people and no leaks from operations. Having won Shell’s most recent Goal Zero Hero award for Q4 2014 in Majnoon, Iraq, RSK was keen to get involved.
RSK secures £33m backing to fuel international expansion
Iraqi oil & gas opportunities and buoyant UK infrastructure sees environmental consultancy look to private equity to fund next growth phase.
Badgers, bats and botany: Ecology field trip
Now in its third year, the annual south-western ecology field trip is increasingly becoming a must-attend event for RSK clients in the construction, planning, development and energy industries. As previously, the event was at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum in Gloucestershire, and the sun shone too!
On 28 May, 25 representatives from clients including Bristol Water, Taylor Wimpey, National Grid, Redrow and Kier Living took a day out of their usual working routine to come and see the expertise RSK had to offer.
Awarding women in construction
This year marked the first European Women in Construction & Engineering (WICE) Awards, which aimed to find the most exemplary women within construction and engineering across Europe.