Company Name: Ecosulis
Headquarters: The Rickyard, Bath
Headcount: 29 people
Profile: Ecosulis is committed to realising a world where businesses and people benefit from sustainable biodiversity .
The company provides ecological consultancy and contracting services with experience of designing and implementing practical solutions committed to benefiting both people and wildlife.
Founded in 1990, the company describes itself as the most experienced ecological consultancy and contractor in the UK.
With a Head Office in Bath and regional offices in Nottingham Cardiff, Birmingham and London, the company provides ecological and environmental services throughout the UK.
Ecosulis' IEEM Ecologists offer services including wildlife surveys for species, phase 1 habit surveys, BREEAM assessments, ecological contracting schemes and planning advice; through to Environmental Impact Assessments.
Ecosulis engages in the complete range of ecological contracting and landscaping services, rewilding, wildlife fencing, reptile translocations and mitigation, ecological clerk of works, vegetation clearance, wetland creation and landscaping and planting.
Further to our environmental ecological consultancy and contracting capabilities, we undertake cutting-edge research into biomass, biodiversity assessment, ecosystem services, innovating biodiversity-related products and tools.
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