Fore Consulting joins forces with Hydrock
We’re pleased to announce that we’ve joined forces with Hydrock, a British-owned engineering design, energy and sustainability consultancy that has around 900 staff across the UK.
United by innovation
Fore shares with Hydrock a strong interest in innovation, leading the way with evidence-based problem solving and working with leading academics to develop effective, cost efficient, innovative transport and movement solutions for towns and cities across the UK.
Fore is a leader in the use of the Aimsun advanced transport modelling tools in analysing complex city transport networks for both public and private sector clients, successfully communicating the benefits of transport schemes to non-technical audiences.
The innovative spirit of Fore resonates well with Hydrock, who have forged a reputation for being entrepreneurial in addressing the challenges and opportunities of its clients. This is demonstrated most recently by the launch of StratEV®, the only EV charging modelling tool of its kind. StratEV® works by drawing together data regarding usage, power demand and revenue, providing the most efficient solutions in terms of reducing cost and maximising future utilisation.
Commenting on the partnership, Dr Brian McConnell, Hydrock CEO, said:
“Working with Fore is another step forward in reinforcing our reputation for providing leading edge technical consultancy that delivers clear advice and helps to deliver successful outcomes for our clients and partners. It was easy to see how our collaborative approach will lead to holistic solutions that will benefit both our public and private sector clients.”
The Directors of Fore said:
“From the beginning we identified a strong cultural fit with Hydrock. Not only do we share a similar ethos when it comes to our people and their skills and well being, but we seek to create social value in the communities where we work. We also appreciate the importance of using knowledge and technology to inform decision making for the benefit of our clients and the environment.”back to news