Enzygo Open a Cardiff Office

Enzygo Open a Cardiff Office

Enzygo, a rapidly-growing UK environmental and planning consultancy group of companies, has opened a Cardiff office to help end some of South Wales’ persistent industrial legacy problems.

After started life with three employees 15 years ago, the company has steadily expanded its workforce to 60 today based in Sheffield, Bristol and Manchester.

The latest move into South Wales will focus on tackling longstanding geo-environmental ground problems – specifically, returning worked out coal field land to safe, secure and environmentally attractive residential, commercial and business use.

An end to contaminated water and subsidence problems

Enzygo Geo-engineering experts will ensure that water flows from former colliery sites where spoil tips have been hauled away are treated properly and are non-toxic. They will also make sure that no subsidence problems from old underground mining can threaten modern land redevelopment.

Unique approach

Enzygo is an independent, multi-disciplinary environmental consultancy with a proven track record for delivering creative, integrated and cost-effective solutions that maximise the potential of development sites.

The group has substantial private and public sector experience on major infrastructure projects, residential housing schemes, and renewable energy programmes.

Its teams of specialists and experts bring together a broad range of environmental disciplines: – from Planning, Hydrology and Drainage, Permitting and Regulation, to Landscape, Ecology, Transport, Geo-Environmental and Hydrogeology, Noise and Vibration, Air Quality and Arboriculture.

A Cardiff base for a century of experience

To support its South Wales expansion, Enzygo has opened a Cardiff office for its ten-strong and increasing Geo-Environmental team of engineering and environmental professionals who combine more than a 100-years of experience. The economic aim is to help clients eliminate or remediate coal-related risks that are a serious development barrier.

Using their practical skills, technical expertise and local knowledge, the team will liaise with the Coal Authority, clients, and specialist contractors to deliver workable development site solutions.

Local solutions

Matt Travis – Company Director at Enzygo – said

“We are very pleased to be investing in Wales with our fourth UK office. It will allow us to work closely with our partners and clients to offer Director-lead solutions to complex Environmental Projects. The goal is to provide the best knowledge locally for the right outcomes.”


This feature was provided for a BBP Media article, which you can view here – Enzygo open a Cardiff Office (bbpmedia.co.uk)

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