Flood risk management

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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.

For all media enquiries, please contact Angela Collins, Communications Manager, UK at collinsa@binnies.com or Juliana Tan, Marketing & Communications Manager (APAC) at tanj@binnies.com.

Binnies brings additional specialism to its flood and coast team

Tom Gallagher joins Binnies as a stakeholder communications specialist and brings with him over twenty years’ engagement experience.

Emily Clarke joins our flood, coast and maritime team

Emily Clarke brings a wealth of experience of flood risk management, having worked across many of the risk management authorities.

Journey of a raindrop: 2050

Graham Campbell won our competition to attend Flood & Coast writing a blog on the future of FCERM in “a climate-resilient net zero world”.

Capita Binnies promotes collaboration, sustainability, diversity and project excellence at Flood & Coast 2022

Flood & Coast advances the debate about the impacts of climate change on flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCERM).

A commendable reservoir community effort

Over 90 people have contributed to guidance designed to improve the safety of UK reservoir spillways and minimise the risk of history repeating itself. Toddbrook Reservoir came under scrutiny in 2019 when the spillway partially collapsed and around 1500 residents of Whaley Bridge were...