We believe that by providing a high quality design and consultancy service we create better community and project outcomes. Tyréns’ open and collaborative approach enables us to produce well considered solutions appropriate to each client’s needs.
Limiting the environmental burden from the world’s constantly expanding urban areas is a tough challenge. Tyréns’ experts work across disciplines to help our clients manage sustainability from concept and planning through to design and construction.
Continued urbanisation constrains the flexible needs of our cities and towns. Smart solutions are needed to improve the connectivity across our urban areas whilst delivering the minimum possible environmental impact. Tyréns’ cutting edge expertise in the fields of urban development, sustainability and environmental management means we can identify sustainable solutions at an early concept stage.
Our technical masterplanning expertise enables our clients to manage risk and make strategic decisions that link investment, cities and people.
As extreme climate events become more frequent, clients are often looking for ways in which they can adapt infrastructure and assets to become more resilient. The ability to deal with abnormal heat waves, rising sea levels, extreme precipitation and increased incidence of natural disaster events is now a major influence on investment decisions.
Tyréns has a company wide focus on advisory services around climate resilience and disaster risk management. In the face of such dramatic change, we have the skills and passion to reduce society’s future vulnerability at the same time as helping our clients better direct their infrastructure investment.
Our tools include a range of complementary and alternative approaches:
// Development of climate risk management strategies identified through an evaluation of spatial, environmental, physical or policy-based risks;
// Assessment of applicable international sustainability standards and design methods to create a project / district / national sustainability frameworks;
// Creation of asset management frameworks to study and recommend how measures are deployed at varying scales, incorporated into planning processes and used to inform investment decisions;
// GIS based risk mapping focusing on issues such as sea level rise, flood risk, geo-structural risks, habitat, density and natural resource consumption; and
// Carbon assessments and life cycle costing of alternative scenarios.