We design and build to anticipate the impact of changing conditions within the social, economic and physical environment.
Our work anticipates the risks that changing conditions pose to ensure public health and safety.
In the new normal under climate change design and engineering needs to plan for the short and long term impacts and risks including the impact on the economy, the community and the local authority of what is being planned.
We design and build infrastructure that is adapted to the changing conditions and therefore preserves the resilience of assets, reflects social, economic and environmental sustainability and will therefore be cheaper to run, last longer, be kinder to the environment and be good to look at.
We develop new infrastructure projects and keep existing facilities working effectively.
Our work includes water, transport, public facilities and landscape.
In addition to core work in civil and structural engineering the MWA team has the expertise to deliver a broad range of professional services in:
15 years’ experience in advising, planning and managing civil defence emergencies including community resilience, reducing risk, response management and recovery planning.
Our approach is responsive, flexible and affordable. We work with clients to develop a clear project understanding then cluster a team of professionals to deliver our clients requirements. We provide outcomes on time and on budget and pride ourselves on our quality service and skills.
Climate adaption is the result of a number of considerations – each project has a unique set of requirements and factors that will affect design. Some of those factors are:
Outcomes can be given either by way of reporting, or by incorporation directly into the design process, depending on the Client’s requirements.