Following a short break from the Trust in 2010/2011 after nine years of support, Wardell Armstrong has re-joined the wildlife charity as a bronze corporate member.
The independent engineering and environmental consultancy, owned and led by its team of directors, offers a unique blend of professional service, drawing on a huge range of multi-disciplinary skills and experience.
With a long and successful history of close involvement in projects under, on or above the ground, over many decades, Wardell Armstrong has built an impressive track record and a reputation for high quality service, both in the UK and Internationally.
Consultants work extensively in UK with international development banks, government agencies and ministries, commercial banks, aid agencies, developers and private companies.
Its international business is mainly with clients in mining and minerals development, energy, waste management, and the development of former industrial and urban land.
Speaking about its return, Mike Pratt, Northumberland Wildlife Trust chief executive said: “It’s great that Wardell Armstrong has decided to come back to us as its financial contribution over the years has been a great help to our conservation work and a return to our corporate ‘family’ comes at a time when the challenges facing wildlife throughout the UK are immense.”