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Principal ecologist, Phil Lomax, discusses green infrastructure

01-May-15 - Phil Lomax, Principal Ecologist at Thomson Ecology, has spoken to PlacemakingResource about the removal of green infrastructure guidelines. Read more

Interactive mapping transforms ecology management

22-Apr-15 - TIM (Thomson Interactive Mapping) - our state of the art geospatial technology connects our field ecologists out on site with our clients in their office and with our project managers at base Read more

Smart phones and YouTube may verify benefits in Wadi Hanifah restoration

20-Apr-15 - Recently, specialists from Thomson Ecology travelled to Riyadh, to advise the Arriyadh Development Authority on the biodiversity in the Al Ha’ir Lakes, part of the Wadi Hanifah Restoration Project. Read more

Post-development monitoring

17-Apr-15 - Picture this: a development site, construction finished; the standard of construction is excellent; the site is clean, tidy and being used for its intended purpose. Job done? Read more

If you are a project manager in infrastructure, renewables, energy or construction then this is the event for you!

16-Apr-15 - Due to the success of our recent BIM (Building Information Modelling) workshop, we are again joining our archaeology partner, Wessex Archaeology, to host another workshop to explore the BIM compatibility of ecology and archaeology for large construction projects.
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Construction growth slows amid general election jitters

15-Apr-15 - Confidence for year ahead is at a nine-year high but PMI survey suggests companies are delaying spending decisions until after 7 May poll. Read more

Thomson Ecology shortlisted for the Construction News Awards 2015

12-Mar-15 - We are delighted to announce that Thomson Ecology has been shortlisted for the Construction News Awards 2015 Read more

Ten new Graduates start at Thomson Ecology this week

03-Mar-15 - Thomson Ecology has been running its highly regarded Graduate Training and Experience Programme since 2007 Read more

Thomson Ecology works on Humber Gateway projects

05-Feb-15 - Thomson Ecology has been involved in wind farm projects in the Humber area for over five years and has been responsible for undertaking ecological surveys on the landfall cabling routes for two offshore wind farms in the region. Read more

Ash die back continues to spread

03-Feb-15 - While it hasn’t yet had the devastating effect that it has had in Denmark, ash die back has continued to spread since 2012, with the South-East and North-West of the UK being particularly affected. Read more

Update in policy to help increase eel stocks

26-Jan-15 - The European eel (Anguilla anguilla) has suffered huge stock declines over the years caused by migration barriers, water quality, disease and fishing pressures. Read more