Leveraging ALECTIA’s, who is now merged with NIRAS, Advisory Services and recent experience in Australia, together with our global partner WORLEY PARSONS and AUSTRADE we are building a robust business model to combat the dynamics and threats presented by the local and global dairy markets, and to protect a way of life in rural Hokkaido, Japan.
Endangered species and breath-taking landscapes in the Hin Nam No National protected area in Laos are looking into a brighter future.
NIRAS will be renovating the foreign ministry’s iconic buildings across the world.
With the Paris Agreement in effect, the participants at the COP22 in Marrakesh were looking for solutions – and the NIRAS delegation had a busy schedule.
The peace agreement between the government and FARC is the beginning of a long process of building bridges in a country deeply divided. Development projects supported by Sweden focuses on the crucial role women will play in the peacekeeping work.
VIDEO: The 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals give hope for both companies and nations - even if they are criticized for not being sufficient. The goals were the theme of a NIRAS-led conference framing the World Prize for International Integrated Development Award to Swedish Gapminder.
On 1 June, the mayor of Sorø Municipality, Gert Jørgensen, broke ground for the major expansion of Hørkram Food Service Sorø which will double the size of the current facilities. The new 30,000 square meter expansion will include increased storage capacity and provide more space for administration.
The Polish salmon processing factory Morpol is in the middle of a major renovation which will enable the company to meet the increasing production of salmon products. When newly-graduated Jon Christian Nielsen was offered the opportunity to go to Poland with ALECTIA, who is now merged with NIRAS, to hand over the first phase of the construction, he did not have any hesitations: It was a loud and clear yes.
Morpol is situated in Ustka, Poland and owned by the Norwegian Marine Harvest. With approx. 80,000 m2 and 3,000 employees Morpol is one of the world’s largest salmon processing facilities. After a successful growth period at Morpol, ALECTIA, who is now merged with NIRAS, was involved in the development of a Master Plan and subsequently a Conceptual Design for expansion of the facility, and, in continuation of these works, ALECTIA, now NIRAS, was given the task to expand and develop the belonging refrigeration plants. After a successful growth period at Morpol, ALECTIA, now NIRAS, was involved in the development of a Master Plan and subsequently a Conceptual Design for expansion of the facility, and, in continuation of these works, ALECTIA, now NIRAS, was given the task to expand and develop the belonging refrigeration plants.
A large order from Høka Properties has just landed at ALECTIA, who is now merged with NIRAS.
NIRAS contracts are responsible for 30 out of the 136 million kroner, which spent on development aid in 2014. For eight consecutive years, NIRAS has been the top Danida consultant.
Debora Makenzi dreams of becoming the largest egg producer in southern Tanzania. Watch the video and learn how NIRAS has helped her on her way.
A large water project has just reopened in South Sudan. This type of development project in areas of conflict is a specialisation for NIRAS.
In the meat industry, demands on greater profit come along with increasing focus on improving hygiene, reducing costs and prolonging the product shelf life. ALECTIA Food, who is now merged with NIRAS, consults on optimising and modernising abattoirs and meat processing plants with focus on increasing profits. Our expertise includes buildings and production facilities, hygiene and food safety, refrigeration and ventilation as well as all other processes from slaughtering to cutting and deboning.
In Tanzania, modern day bee-keeping helps provide citizens with a way out of poverty and ensures an improved environment as well as a better quality of honey. Watch the video, and learn more about NIRAS’ collaboration with local organisations and how it has set new standards within honey production.
Operational Expenses are always under pressure. Do you support your team in the best possible way to obtain improvements? Have you identified improvement areas but implementation is slow? Is your team fully occupied with daily production and has little time to implement changes? Or are you out of ideas on what to improve?
Am I expanding my brewery in the right direction technically and physically? Do I have a Master Plan that can handle the ever changing conditions for my decisions? How can I plan my investments over time? When the assumptions change – how can I rapidly assess the impact on investment timing, production capacity and cost?
Climate changes and energy consumption are challenges that require innovative solutions. ALECTIA, who is now merged with NIRAS, has supplied consultancy services to a large UK brewery group, providing a more efficient utilization of the brewery’s energy sources and production by-products. The amount of waste, energy costs and CO2 emission have been reduced.
Try to imagine if the products coming out of your brewery were not just quality beer, but also clean water, electricity and gas! In some communities, successful breweries already have a positive impact on their environment providing jobs, teaching technical skills, investing profits back into the community, and supporting local projects.