Why partner with

Environ are an approved highways contractor to local authorities and National Highways. Our teams are qualified to work on both the local and strategic road networks throughout the UK.

The schemes range from working on Section 278 schemes for local developers, through to subcontractor packages for Tier 1 & Tier 2 major contractors on strategic national highways projects.

Our Pre-construction and planning team can develop a full delivery strategy from drawings and specification, and assist in developing budgets, programme, phasing drawings and outline traffic management plans. 

Our planning team will manage all Temporary Traffic Regulation Order applications, local authority road space bookings and progressing of agreements and approvals in a timely manner to ensure critical programme dates are protected.    

Our teams are capable of offering a full Principal Contractor turnkey service for smaller schemes or specialist subcontractor input on major highways projects.

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As an approved Contractor for Local Authorities and National Highways, our experienced teams are qualified to work on both the local road network and the strategic road network throughout the UK.

Strategic Infrastructure

Our infrastructure services include building large scale section 38 roads, along with section 104 drainage for master developers and carrying out section 278 works for housebuilders or local authorities…

Public Realm

Projects funded by public authorities carry a multitude of additional expectations and responsibility, especially in terms of achieving value for money and demonstrating social value…

Special Projects

With Environ’s wealth of experience within civil engineering, coupled with a close working relationship with our colleagues at MIDA, we are able to adapt to get involved with bespoke projects and can offer expertise and guidance on an array of different schemes…


The successful delivery of any development can start many months before any construction activities begin on site…