Join this Urban Transport Group lunchtime conversation on placing children at the heart of transport planning.
Metis are proud to be playing a part in the UK Government’s plans to address the climate emergency.
As we continue to work from home during lockdown part three, our Water and Environment team are delighted to welcome Krish.
It is with great pleasure that we can announce that Metis-NRP have won the Highways and Drainage/SuDS Lots of the Southwark Highways Professional Services Contract.
A joint venture between Tarmac and Kier (TKJV) has been awarded the Lot 2 contract of the Transport for London (TfL) Highways Maintenance and Project Framework to maintain and improve highways and related assets covering a 189km network in north London.
Although the news is far from happy and optimistic at the moment, we thought we would share some upbeat recruitment statistics to show that there are some good news stories out there. These are our numbers since the 1st March this year:
Paper Title: Railway Delay Prediction with Spatial-Temporal Graph Convolutional Networks Conference: IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems 2020
This September, Metis is excited to welcome four new members of staff to the team - Nick, Tish, Aaron and Luca. Nick and Tish as Consultants, Luca is Metis' first Work Placement Civil Engineer and Aaron is the first Apprentice Civil Engineer here at Metis. Welcome!
After working through the design of the project from the initial feasibility stage, the Headstone Manor Flood Alleviation Scheme is now under construction!
This week we are joined by Dario, a Senior Engineer within our Highway and Public Realm Design team – welcome, Dario!
Easing back into working at the office, we are joined by Jonathan, who has taken on the role of Graduate Engineer and Estelle - an Engineering Intern here at Metis.
Following our recent new appointment of Danielle Parfitt as our Director of Water and Environment, you might have wondered what was happening with Michael Arthur. Michael is moving home to New Zealand with his family in November, but he is not leaving the Metis crew. Michael, Simon and Luke are pleased to now offer all of Metis’s services in New Zealand.
Earlier this year we were joined by Donita, who started her journey with Metis in January. Donita has recently graduated - congratulations!
We are thrilled to announce that Ainhoa, who has been part of the Metis team since May 2019, has recently received her Chartership with the Institution of Civil Engineers!
COVID-19 isn’t stopping us from growing and strengthening our team! First, as of the 22nd June we welcomed Clara and as of the 6th July, we are now joined by Ryan.
Metis is proud to promote gender equality across all roles within the business. To commemorate INWED20 by celebrating women in engineering, we would like to share some of the many journeys of female engineers working across multiple Metis departments.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has commissioned research to explore whether updating the English Non-Statutory Technical Standards for SuDs (NSTS) could help deliver SuDS that provide multiple benefits beyond managing surface water runoff, contributing to improved climate adaptation, health and wellbeing and better places and spaces.
It is with great pleasure that today we announce that Dani Parfitt has been appointed our new Director of Water and Environment.
Following government advice, Metis has helped its teams to set up comfortable working environments at home.
Sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) are becoming part of our landscape. The best SuDS schemes deliver multiple benefits in terms of water quality, amenity and biodiversity, in addition to efficiently managing surface water. As awareness of these multiple benefits grow, susdrain’s expectations become higher.
Within recent weeks, members of the Metis team have attended and delivered several internal and external CPD sessions.
Despite the challenging situation with Covid 19, the Metis team is still busy. Thanks to our pre-existing flexible working arrangements and the support of our clients, the team have been able to progress projects, hold Teams meetings and be perhaps even more productive than normal
Metis secure and are delivering c.40% of £2million national flood modelling fund for our clients!
A tricky time to be joining, but we know Elijah will fit in fine, despite having to meet the team online!
These past few days have been a bit of a mixed bag and incredibly stressful for everyone. However, this haven’t taken the shine off having two new colleagues on board ( though working remotely) – Bianca and Catherine.
In these unprecedented times Metis is taking proactive action to ensure we look after our people, our clients and the communities which we live and work in.
"I received my BEng in Civil Engineering at Brunel University. Since then, I’ve worked at Southend borough council as a highways technician for 2 years.
Submit your SuDS project and don't forget to nominate the person you feel has gone ‘the extra mile’ to promote and deliver multi-beneficial SuDS to be your 2020 #SuDSChampion.
Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year from all at Metis!
Cathy received her MSc in Hydrology and Water Resources in China, and worked as a water engineering tutor and lab demonstrator in the University of Wollongong, Australia, where she completed her MPhil in Environmental Engineering.
Matt is a Highways Engineer who joins Metis following two years of working on LoHAC contracts. He graduated from the University of West London with a Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and has begun to work towards Chartership with the ICE.
Our longstanding Metis employee Danielle Parfitt is celebrating career milestone after successfully gaining chartered status with the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM).
In support of Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, Metis has been working with schools to help teach about SuDS and engineering. Our first session was with the teachers of Torriano School in Camden.
Attended by Hailsham Town Mayor, Councillor Paul Holbrook, the event saw a celebration of all the hard work put into the redevelopment of the site.