Traverse brings a long history of successful delivery within the infrastructure field. Our projects have included statutory and non-statutory consultations, engagement and research and evaluation across transport, utilities, major energy infrastructure (including nuclear) and renewables.
We have worked on some of the most high-profile and controversial infrastructure projects in the UK, using our expertise and experience to provide our clients with valuable and informative insights that contribute to the success of their projects.
We understand the context and background of infrastructure and the key role it plays in the economy, quality of life and the environment. Our aim is to ensure that decision-makers have the information that they need on the views and concerns of stakeholders, based on effective engagement and data, to take robust and informed decisions.
We collaborate with our clients in designing approaches which address their needs, drawing on our knowledge and experience of social research in the infrastructure field to design and deliver high quality activities and outputs.
We understand stakeholder and public engagement and research. According to our clients’ requirements we can deliver discreet elements such as data analysis or engagement programmes that integrate with other processes, or programmes spanning social research disciplines to provide a coherent and integrated end-to-end programme that streamlines and supports delivery across the lifetime of the project.
We are committed to enhancing the delivery of social research and aim to support our clients in enhancing their own understanding and capabilities. We can provide strategic support to our clients, including advising on engagement strategies, developing toolkits and providing training to internal teams.
“We really enjoyed working with Traverse and the expertise offered by the team has helped HCEB successfully deliver a key objective. We have been impressed with the breadth of specialist thinking and skills that Traverse provides and we have learned a great deal ourselves about the what good consultation practice should look like.”
Heathrow Community Engagement Board Ltd. (HCEB)