Enzygo, a rapidly-growing UK environmental and planning consultancy group of companies, has acquired Brown 2 Green Associates a multi-disciplinary geotechnical and geo-environmental consultancy based in Cambridge, to further expand its capabilities and geographical presence. Brown 2 Green Associates brings exceptional technical expertise in environmental and contamination assessment, this significantly bolsters our capabilities in geotechnical assessment and design.
Since Enzygo started with three employees 15 years ago, the company has expanded its workforce to 65 staff, with offices in Sheffield, Manchester, Bristol, Cardiff and Cambridge
Enzygo is an independent, multi-disciplinary environmental consultancy with a proven track record for delivering creative, integrated and cost-effective solutions that maximise the potential of development sites.
The group has substantial private and public sector experience on major infrastructure projects, residential housing schemes, and renewable energy programmes.
Its teams of specialists and experts bring together a broad range of environmental disciplines: – from Planning, Hydrology and Drainage, Permitting and Regulation, to Landscape, Ecology, Transport, Geo-Environmental and Hydrogeology, Noise and Vibration, Air Quality and Arboriculture.
Matt Travis – Company Director at Enzygo said
“We are very pleased to have acquired Brown 2 Green Associates, their specialist geotechnical and GeoEnvironmental expertise adds additional specialisms to our group. Having an office presence in Cambridge is strategic to our growth plans. We look forward to working with the Brown 2 Green team to offer Director-lead solutions to complex Environmental Projects. The goal is to provide the best knowledge locally for the right outcomes.”
Phil Miles – Director at Brown 2 Green Associates said
“We at Brown 2 Green Associates are excited by the opportunities that this purchase provides. The coming together of the two companies will give our clients enhanced services and large opportunities for added value in all aspects of the environmental and planning sector. I can see that this is a win-win situation for the clients of both companies.”