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Adler & Allan

Adler & Allan expands its environmental consultancy offering

Adler & Allan Group Company is pleased to announce the further expansion of its range of value-added services through the acquisition of specialist environmental consultancy, OHES Environmental (OHES).

adler and allan webOHES' consultancy-led approach covers a broad range of specialist and technical areas, including environmental pollution claims, managing the incident from response to remediation; geotechnical and contaminated land assessment to reduce risk and deliver value in land acquisition, M&A, development and industrial operations; 24/7 spill response, managing incidents; water quality monitoring programmes and investigations; ecology and fisheries surveys, studies & management; and the provision of specialist client training to minimise the risk of environmental pollution.

OHES will continue to be led by its current management team as an autonomous business within the A&A Group and operate from its existing locations across the UK.

Henry Simpson, Commercial Director of A&A Group, said: "OHES is a highly respected environmental consultancy that has built a fantastic breadth of client-focused services over the past 15 years."

Dan Jones, Operations Director at OHES, said: "Having known and worked with the team at A&A Group for many years, as both supplier and customer, we're excited by the great fit our businesses represent. A&A is a natural home for our business and we look forward to building on our success as part of the Group."

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