The Dutch international engineering and project management consultancy has had its principal UK office in Peterborough for a number of years.
The company which operates in over 140 countries and has a global workforce of 6,000, will be celebrating their 140 year anniversary on October 15, and their move from Bretton to a new, greener, more sustainable office at Westpoint in Lynch Wood extends to those celebrations.
The building was opened by MP Shailesh Vara, Jonathan Bull, as well as the Mayor of Peterborough Cllr Stephen Lane, Deputy Mayor of Peterborough Cllr Mohammed Jamil and Peterborough city councillor Kirsty Knight.
Mr Vara said: “It is very encouraging to see an international consulting engineering company invest in the wider Peterborough area.
“I am also very pleased to see that the company has a decarbonising agenda and is pledged to net zero emissions. No doubt the company will continue to provide many sustainable solutions to its clients and help make a difference in the future to our environment and society.”
Jonathan Bull, Royal HaskoningDHV’s UK Resident Director and Business Unit Director for Industry & Buildings Europe siad: “We are all very excited about this new office. It’s a great example of how we want to create a modern, healthy working environment that supports collaboration and creativity for our business in the UK. This is essential for attracting and retaining our future talent.
“We’re sure this environment will inspire us as consultants and engineers to unlock our full potential in working together with our clients and partners in enhancing society together.”