William Armstrong was a far-sighted man. But when he set up shop as a mining engineer in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1837, he could never have dreamt that his business would one day grow into the professional, international environmental and engineering consultancy that Wardell Armstrong has become.
Their roots are in mining and minerals. Today, though, they’re just as strong in renewable energy, waste resource management, property and development, utilities and infrastructure, sport and leisure, planning, landscape and environment. Nearly half their business is overseas.
They help their clients to get the best possible financial returns - while doing things in a sustainable, responsible way.
As an independent LLP, they’re owned by working shareholders and directors - with no vested interest in any particular technology or partner. That keeps them stable, in control and motivated to do the right thing.
With over 480 people, they’re well placed in terms of size. Large enough to have strength in depth with many experienced specialists working seamlessly together – but also small enough to be sure of giving close personal attention.
What They Do
Their highly qualified specialists – many of whom are leading authorities in their fields – are ready with expert advice to help you make your project a success.
Drawing on significant experience and wide-ranging multi-disciplinary expertise, they’ll bring the right integrated team together with the right skills to guide you and your project through each critical stage.
Whatever the technical difficulties, however tight the time constraints and whatever obstacles seem to be in the way, they’ll take on your challenge with enthusiasm – helping you get the best possible returns while doing things sustainably and professionally. See more