cbec is very pleased to introduce a new service of graphic design, illustrations and visualisations. cbec’s in-house artist, Clare Moir Graphic Design & Illustration, uses both hand drawn art work and computer generated visualisations to represent cbec restoration designs. Clare works with our team of geomorphologists and our clients to create technically accurate illustrations. Do you have a project, report or presentation that would could benefit from … Continue reading New services available
This years’ theme of ‘nature for water’ explores the importance of nature-based solutions to the water challenges we face in the 21st century. The message of World Water Day is that nature-based solutions such as planting trees to replenish forests, reconnecting rivers to floodplains, and restoring wetlands, is a sustainable and cost-effective way to help rebalance the water cycle, mitigate the effects of climate change … Continue reading World Water Day
Aberdeen City Council has scooped a national Herald Society Award for Environmental Initiative of the Year, for a second time! This time for the Seaton Park Wetland Project. cbec is proud to have worked on this project with Aberdeen City Council and all the other key associates. Continual flooding in Seaton Park was once an amenity and maintenance headache. Now, the Seaton Park Wetland Project, … Continue reading Seaton Park Wetland Project wins Herald Society Award!
The telephone number for our Inverness office has changed, but don’t worry, our previous number will continue to work for a while yet. Please feel free to call us on 01463 718831 to find out more about our services and projects.
Dr Hamish Moir and Dr Eric Gillies travelled to Belfast for the IFM Annual Conference this month. The event was hosted the IFM’s Ireland branch and welcomed delegates and speakers from all over Ireland and Great Britain. There was a fantastic programme of talks incorporating sessions from both the freshwater and marine environments, including presentations from both Hamish and Eric.