We provide a comprehensive approach to the management of environmental and social risks to ensure that projects comply with environmental regulations, key stakeholders’ expectations and community needs

ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL COMPLIANCE

ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL COMPLIANCE


Our environmental and social services team helps a diverse range of general infrastructure, power generation, and industrial projects comply with IFC Environmental and Social Performance Standards and EQUATOR principles. We have worked with projects from oil refineries, to road, rail, and maritime transport, to industrial manufacturing and processing, to power generation.

We often work for large international financiers or for projects that receive international financing.

We understand that limitations in project areas or local customs may mean that it’s difficult to implement all of the requirements exactly. Still, with a limited, focused effort we can help ensure projects address all stakeholder’s concerns.
Our aim is always the same: to eliminate, minimize, and mitigate negative environmental and social impacts. We aim to ensure that projects are implemented and operate smoothly and that they benefit the local communities which they impact. The cost of active environmental and social compliance is typically very small, but the return on investment in terms of smooth projects that achieve longterm benefits is typically very large. Our projects are almost always in developing countries where relatively large positive impacts can be achieved against a relatively small effort focused on ensuring that projects achieve their social and environmental potential.

Our team of experts provides a comprehensive approach to managing environmental and social risks to ensure that project meets the required environmental regulations, key stakeholders’ expectations and community needs.

Our environmental and social services team helps a diverse range of general infrastructure, power generation, and industrial projects comply with IFC Environmental and Social Performance Standards and EQUATOR principles. We have worked with projects from oil refineries, to road, rail, and maritime transport, to industrial manufacturing and processing, to power generation.

We often work for large international financiers or for projects that receive international financing.

We understand that limitations in project areas or local customs may mean that it’s difficult to implement all of the requirements exactly. Still, with a limited, focused effort we can help ensure projects address all stakeholder’s concerns.
Our aim is always the same: to eliminate, minimize, and mitigate negative environmental and social impacts. We aim to ensure that projects are implemented and operate smoothly and that they benefit the local communities which they impact. The cost of active environmental and social compliance is typically very small, but the return on investment in terms of smooth projects that achieve longterm benefits is typically very large. Our projects are almost always in developing countries where relatively large positive impacts can be achieved against a relatively small effort focused on ensuring that projects achieve their social and environmental potential.

Our team of experts provides a comprehensive approach to managing environmental and social risks to ensure that project meets the required environmental regulations, key stakeholders’ expectations and community needs.


We understand that sometimes the written report of a consultant is not enough to help achieve the necessary changes in the trajectory of a project. We work hand-in-hand with the project teams, often spending considerable time on-site to help guide the project to the desired outcomes.
We understand that sometimes the written report of a consultant is not enough to help achieve the necessary changes in the trajectory of a project. We work hand-in-hand with the project teams, often spending considerable time on-site to help guide the project to the desired outcomes.
We understand that sometimes the written report of a consultant is not enough to help achieve the necessary changes in the trajectory of a project. We work hand-in-hand with the project teams, often spending considerable time on-site to help guide the project to the desired outcomes.