Engain comprises a talented team of ecologists, environmental scientists and geographers.
Our backgrounds and combined specialist knowledge make us well rounded advisors.
Typically, we work on schemes with construction values ranging from £5M for bespoke residential development - to over £100 million for national infrastructure and mixed-use strategic sites.
Assisting Engain’s project managers on major European infrastructure projects and UK developments, Jonny gathers and interprets environmental data for planning and permit applications.
Supporting Matt and his ecology team, Jack is a commercially switched on ecologist and experienced project manager.
Often the first person you’ll meet or speak with, Rosa is our brilliantly organised administrator.
Fully licenced to handle, identify and advise on habitat protection and mitigation for protected species, Ellie is our resident bat expert.
In 2017 our graduate ecologist Emily won the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management’s (CIEEM) photo competition, with a striking shot of a Bechstein’s bat.
We are purposeful, enthusiastic and efficient team players, engaged with our clients’ project objectives and driven to enrich heritage landscapes and the built environment.
Engain supports The Prince’s Trust, which last year helped more than 56,000 young people change their lives, through education, training and jobs.
Engain is a growing team based in a collaborative and creative working environment.
We are always interested to hear from consultants with senior experience, students seeking internships, field surveyors and potential technical partners.
Environmental Gain Ltd was started in 2003 in the UK, in Bath and Somerset.
Engain has since become established in the UK and Europe for offering comprehensive ecological and environmental services and expertise.
Over the years we have built a solid reputation for being practical, authoritative and friendly professionals.
- Project directors
- Local authorities
- Utility providers
- Technical specialists
- Licensed ecologists
Enlightening investment decisions for strategic landowners, enhancing the planning process for housing, and informing transport network designFind out more
Achieving consent for power facilities and renewable schemes; environmental assessment, regulatory consultation and public representationFind out more
Informing environmental legislation and policy; UK and international expert witness and high level climate change consultationFind out more
Enriching biodiversity, managing estates, protecting landscapes and identifying opportunities for countryside enhancementFind out more
We are always interested to hear from those with senior experience, students seeking internships, field surveyors and potential technical partners.