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We are specialist consulting engineers

we are renowned for

  • solving complex engineering challenges for clients in the consltruction industry
  • providing innovate permanent works design
  • constrution methodology and temporary works solutions

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Big Carl, the world’s largest crane is ready to start work at the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station site. The crane will be used to lift the heaviest elements for construction of the new nuclear power plant. Tony Gee worked in collaboration with BYLOR, a Bouygues TP and Laing O’Rourke joint venture to design […] Read more...

16 September 2019

Volunteers from Tony Gee and Knights Brown have successfully constructed a 64m footbridge for a Ugandan village with global charity Bridges to Prosperity (B2P). Reprising their partnership for the fourth time in as many years, five volunteers from each organisation travelled to the village of Lulwo after successfully raising over £17,000 in donations. This was […] Read more...

30 September 2019

Ipswich Tidal Barrier and Cowley Bridge Flood received awards at the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) East of England and ICE South West (SW) Awards respectively. Ipswich Tidal Barrier was awarded an Exceptional Merit in the Technical Excellence and Innovation category. Tony Gee was commissioned by VolkerStevin to design a 900m2 cofferdam to facilitate the […] Read more...

3 July 2019

Sustainability Director, Natalie Cropp was honoured at the New Civil Engineer’s Recognising Women in Engineering Awards, as she was shortlisted for both the Leadership and Contribution to a Project categories. The Leadership category is ‘aimed at women in leadership positions, who have used their positions to inspire and engage the workforce and improve outcomes for […] Read more...

24 June 2019

The first pieces of tram track have been laid along Paradise Circus marking a significant step forward in the extension of the West Midlands Metro network. Forty-six metres of twin track have been installed along the curved section of the A38, which closed to traffic in summer 2018 to allow these essential Metro works to […] Read more...

17 June 2019

Following the success of previous years, Tony Gee and Knights Brown Bridges to Prosperity (B2P) team has now been given their project, which similar to last year is in Uganda. Their goal is to construct a 64m long suspension bridge to provide aid for the village of Lulwo, located on the east side of Uganda, […] Read more...

20 May 2019

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