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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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RSK COP26: Greening the blue chips

Binnies round table event: Delivering nature-based solutions – Cross-sector perspectives to enable a truly integrated sustainable approach.

Binnies to deliver river restoration programme on behalf of Anglian Water

Anglian Water has selected Binnies to help it deliver a programme of river restoration schemes at selected locations across the East of England.

Hythe Ranges sea defence project team wins Environment Agency award

Binnies is delighted that the Hythe Ranges sea defence project team is a winner of the EA2025 Environment Agency Award.

Binnies welcomes new hire Hannah Coogan to the flood risk management team

Hannah specialises in providing flood risk management and stakeholder engagement services to flood and coastal risk management authorities.

Binnies working in partnership with Coastal Partners to develop a new habitat at Hook Lake, Fareham

Coastal Partners, on behalf of Fareham Borough Council, secured £556,000 grant in aid from Defra in March 2021.