Keep up to date with news from EC Harris – including key project
wins, senior appointments and the headlines from our research
Mon, Mar, 30, 2015
On March 12th 2015, the government announced the introduction of nine new industry designed Degree Apprenticeships. EC Harris is one of the organisations involved in developing the Chartered Surveying Degree Apprenticeship Framework.
Mon, Feb, 9, 2015
Across the world cities are failing to meet the needs of their people, according to the inaugural Sustainable Cities Index from ARCADIS, the leading global natural and built asset design and consultancy firm.
Wed, Jan, 28, 2015
ARCADIS’ UK subsidiary EC Harris has won an eight year contract with Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) to run its Design and Construction function and be responsible for the delivery of all of LBG’s Capital Delivery activities.
Thu, Jan, 15, 2015
Switzerland is now the most expensive country in the world for construction according to the 2014 International Construction Costs Report released today by Arcadis.
Fri, Dec, 19, 2014
EC Harris has been appointed by the Metropolitan Police Service to project manage the development of their new headquarters building following the recent sale of their iconic New Scotland Yard site.
Mon, Nov, 3, 2014
Approximately 40 to 60 percent of the region’s waste water is discharged into the sea when it could be stored and reused for other purposes, according to ARCADIS’ 2014 Middle East Aquifer Recharge report.
Mon, Oct, 13, 2014
ARCADIS has hired Andy Limage as the new head of environment, safety and risk management (ESRM) for the UK.
Wed, Oct, 8, 2014
Oil and gas companies can increase refinery productivity by as much as 30 percent and see a direct positive impact on the bottom line, according to an ARCADIS’ report.
Tue, Oct, 7, 2014
The number of luxury homes currently being planned or under construction in London hit a record high this year, with around £60 billion of properties currently due to be delivered over the next decade, a twenty percent increase on 2013.
Fri, Oct, 3, 2014
The latest in an annual study of NHS estate resources in England shows that the health service has taken significant strides towards improving the use of its land estate resources.