Whether constructing buildings, replacing an underground drainage system or dealing with an accidental spill, contaminated land issues often require significant input of resources. Understanding actual risks allows for a tailored approach were a balance is kept between risk management and resources.

Our professionals understand and routinely manage the unique economic, technical, environmental and health and safety concerns of multinational companies. We ensure a consistent approach to help our clients meet their business, sustainability and HSE objectives.

Using our extensive global network and broad range of technical expertise and knowledge, we develop master plans which reflect client requirements, including operational targets and strategic goals, and also meet legislative obligations. By design and implementation of a tailored survey, the master plan enables our clients to prioritise areas of potential concern and structure their management approach.

We provide solutions for obtaining up-to-date and readily available data summaries and use our geographical information systems (GIS) and techniques to generate visual representations of available data, tailored to client requirements, to save valuable time and resources. We also provide guidance and training during implementation and for approval processes with regulatory bodies.

Royal HaskoningDHV has a strong track record in management and supervision of a broad range of contaminated land projects. As well as remedial design and planning, we provide support in contracting and procurement by facilitating the clients’ tender process for remediation contractors, design and contract documentation and quantity surveying. We also deliver on-site management and supervision of remediation projects, with supervisors qualified and certified under relevant standards and regulatory requirements. When it comes to closure of remediation projects and programs, we facilitate the design of ‘after care’ programs.