After joining Byrne Loopy in April 2019, Terra Consult, the UK-based environmental consultant is now changing its name officially.
Terra Consult will be known as Byrne Looby from 1 July. The consultant’s offices at St Helen’s, Leeds, Colchester and Chesterfield, which will employ more than 45 staff, is going to, however, continue to supply the same services by the same people as before.
John Martin, the Terra Consult’s managing director stated that, working as Byrne Looby, it will “provide enhanced expertise and services” for its clients.
This will construct upon its “national and international reputation in waste management and the development of land for commercial, waste, industrial, residential, renewable energy and infrastructure projects,” he asserted.
Byrne Looby which was founded in 1998, is an international practice of 250 consulting engineers and project managers, with 16 interconnected offices all over the UK, Ireland and the Middle East.
The company sits on utility frameworks comprising Irish Water and Translink (UK) and provide consultations for important and great projects like Crossrail, HS2 and the Lowestoft Port redevelopment for ABP (Associated British Ports).
Speaking of the next five years, the company believes that it is pursuing a growth strategy to expand engineering expertise, with the purpose of doubling its revenue and resources.
The mentioned consultation team has delivered landfill design projects in the Africa, UK and Middle East, comprising one of the greatest waste management facilities in the world, the Sohar IWHTF (Industrial Waste Handling and Treatment Facility) in Oman. The waste facility is a 50ha, 18M.m3 three landfill complex.
John Byrne, Byrne Looby group managing director stated: “Waste management, geoscience and environment are vital sectors, particularly as the circular economy grows in importance, waste is re-categorised as a resource and land regeneration grows in importance,”
“John Martin and his team are a crucial part of our global service offering. For clients with infrastructure projects, they can benefit by having Byrne Looby appointed throughout all stages of the asset cycle: from brownfield feasibility, land quality and remediation, concept design, project management, construction to operation and maintenance,” added Byrne.