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This is an exciting time in the organisation’s 100-year history, with it having joined leading integrated environmental, engineering and technical services firm RSK group in January 2021. We encourage you to learn more about what makes Binnies distinctive and unique, and see how our values and behaviours influence all that we do.

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Expertise supporting digital British Standards creation

Binnies’ Principal Appraisal Specialist Rob Earle has been appointed to a British Standards Institution committee and one of its sub-groups.

2023, the year of action on surface water flooding

It’s early 2023, and winter heatwaves are breaking temperature records across Europe. Extremes in weather are more likely with climate change.

Portarlington Flood Relief Scheme: Engaging with the public  

Portarlington is a town on the border of County Laois and County Offaly in Ireland that suffers from fluvial flooding.

How Singapore became a world leader in water resilience

Singapore has managed to overcome a challenging natural environment to become a world leader in water infrastructure, leading the way in innovative and resilient water infrastructure, harnessing the power of digital technologies to deliver this vital resource to the population. William Yong, Managing Director...

Building the skills pipeline

The water sector is facing many challenges related to climate change and water scarcity, but the infrastructure sector is expected to face a deficit of a quarter of a million skilled workers.