RammSanderson was established by Oliver Ramm and Nick Sanderson in 2014. Since then we have grown to a team of 40 staff over offices in the East Midlands, West Midlands, Yorkshire and Northern Ireland. Our capabilities include Ecology, Flood Risk. Arboriculture and Habitats
BSc MCIEEM : Bat and Great Crested Newt Class 2 Licence holder :
Oliver has been a consultant ecologist at several leading consultancies for over a decade. When not completing surveys, meeting clients, or reviewing reports prior to their release, Oliver is the Convenor of CIEEM’s East Midlands Section and has recently been appointed Associate Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University. Outside of work Oliver is a keen golfer and cyclist; he recently completed the London Triathlon and is looking forward to his next challenge.
BSc MSc MCIEEM : Bat and Great Crested Newt Class 2 Licence holder: Registered Low Impact Class Licence (GCN) Consultant : Resiterd Consultant under the Badger Class Licence system: Mental Health First Aider
Whilst juggling the day to day business operations of RammSanderson, Nick still enjoys the opportunity to get out in the field and ensure he stays up to date with industry practices. In his spare time Nick is a keen cyclist and swimmer and is often seen out walking with his two dogs.
BSc MSc ACIEEM AMICE : Senior Flood Risk Consultant : Bat and Great Crested Newt Class 1 Licence Holder :
Anthony heads up our Stafford office as well as being the technical lead for Flood Risk. Whilst heavily involved in GCN and bat projects, he also has an interest in riparian ecology. In his spare time Anthony is a keen angler and can often be found on the river bank trying to catch ‘the one that got away’.
“One of the great things about working for RammSanderson as a company is feeling like you’re valued as a person and that your voice matters, rather than working for a big corporation where you’re just another faceless number.”
“Personally, I feel much more valued and listened to in this company than I have in previous companies I’ve worked for. I’ve only been here for a few months but it feels like I’ve been here for much longer as everyone has been very welcoming and I’ve been made to feel like a valued member of the team rather than just “another member of staff”. And I’m sure it’s not just me that feels that way.”