Mabbett & Associates Ltd (Mabbett), internationally recognised environmental, engineering, health and safety, and sustainability consultancy, has announced the merger of Terrenus and it’s newly created subsidiary Mabbett Environmental Planning Ltd (Mabbett EP).
Arthur Mabbett, Chairman, Mabbett, said: “Terrenus has a strong profile and reputation for delivering intuitive and original solutions to aid developers in a range of fields including integrated permitting approaches for major ports and harbour facilities, the design of a blue/green drainage infrastructure to promote state of the art flood risk management, as well as enhancing the fabric of Glasgow’s urban ecology and “recycling” data to vastly reduce the costs of an Environmental Impact Assessment – an approach that has been successfully applied to major urban developments as well as large scale housing estates. Dr Gen Cannibal is a highly respected and experienced environmental planner and we are most pleased to have Gen join the wider Mabbett Team.”
Mabbett EP will operate from Mabbett House in Glasgow. Directors for Mabbett EP will include: Arthur N. Mabbett, Chairman; Derek J. McNab, Managing Director, and Dr Gen Cannibal, Director of Operations.
Derek McNab, Managing Director, Mabbett, said: “The merger of Terrenus and the creation of Mabbett EP will allow for an enhanced offering of comprehensive environmental planning services utilising the extensive depth and technical expertise of Terrenus and the existing Mabbett professional staff. This will allow Mabbett EP to increase its resource base, supply a one-stop shop approach for our clients, and strengthen our client support services. We expect our environmental planning clients to ‘See a Difference™’ from a company that is committed to exceptional client service.”
Offering a broad range of consulting and engineering solutions to all sectors, Mabbett helps clients to “See a Difference” through reducing energy, water and waste; improving efficiencies and compliance; minimising risk; reducing cost; implementing effective environmental management; and training staff in QHSE.