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CIVILS & INFRASTRUCTURE

As a global population we are facing increasing challenges. By 2050 the proportion of the world’s population that lives in urban areas is expected to reach 66%. Science is predicting changes in the climate around the globe and changes in sea levels, and essential resources are becoming more challenging to manage.

These factors, and others, are resulting in development sites becoming more challenging to successfully develop. It is important, now more than ever, that the opportunities presented by development sites are maximised.

At Engenuiti we see the role of civil engineering as integral to unlocking the potential in development sites. Through the design process we work closely with clients and design teams in balancing the competing requirements for a development and deliver maximum value.

We believe that with passion, care and original thinking we are able to help maximise the opportunities presented by each site. Our passion is in delivering great engineering and we pride ourselves in being proactive in addressing challenges and applying care to the solutions we develop.

Great civil engineering is the product of a number of elements. We believe communication and engagement with both the design team and external stakeholders are two of the most important.

At Engenuiti we have the capability in a range of civil engineering design disciplines. This includes site specific flood risk advice, surface water and foul water drainage design, highways design, pavement design, vehicle tracking, topography strategies, earthworks design, cut and fill assessments and the design of retaining structures. We are able to engage from feasibility through to construction and beyond.

Our dedicated team is committed to finding the best design solutions. We look to design solutions for today that have the ability to adapt to changes in the future and we are unafraid to ask the difficult questions of our ourselves and our clients.

BUILDING WORK STARTS ON COVENTRY SITE
PRACTICE / CIVILS & INFRASTRUCTURE, NEWS
17 Aug 2017