Richter presents at sustainability conference

Huda Lohiya delivers Richter's sustainability vision.

This week Richter attended the Balfour Beatty Rail Supply Chain Environment and Sustainability Conference. Huda Lohiya, Richter's Design Engineer and Sustainability Champion, was invited as a guest speaker to the conference to present initiatives for increased sustainability in temporary works design.

Amongst a variety of ideas and key characteristics, Richter believes in the importance of considering and conserving natural resources and eco-systems, partnerships to develop the teams knowledge and promote circular economy, and collaborating with our clients and partners to produce the most efficient and effective design. 

Paul Fuller, Environmental and Sustainability Advisor at Balfour Beatty said, "I would like to thank the team at Richter for their attendance to this conference, it was a fantastic opportunity to learn about Richter's services and for us to share and innovate together in future projects. I would also like to thank Huda Lohiya for the fantastic presentation she delivered. It was very professional, informative and was delivered with great knowledge".

Using digitalisation and conscious design, we aspire to continually progress in order to achieve our vision and contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals with the following:

  • Reverse contribution to global climate change through promoting improved sustainability performance in project specification, design, construction and planning 
  • Build a greener economy through minimising use of natural resources along with promoting sustainable and regenerative materials resource cycle 
  • Enhance individual human health and well-being including considering and positively contributing to developing countries

Thanks to the Balfour Beatty team for hosting the event, we very much look forward to meeting and working with you all again soon.

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