Our Civil Engineers are accomplished at dealing with the infrastructure in ways that are both innovative and sustainable. We have a depth of knowledge and expertise in road and drainage construction, including sustainable drainage systems (SuDS), flood assessments, water and wastewater design, and related infrastructure issues.
Always mindful of the Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) and the weight infrastructure design has on supporting them, our approach to design reflects our professional and environmental responsibilities, ensuring they are â€śbuilt-inâ€ť to our designs from the very beginning
Sustainability is an important element in all projects and the practice is experienced in the design of complex sustainable urban drainage schemes (SUDS), meeting the requirements of the Scottish Environmental Protection agency (SEPA) and Local Authorities.
Using the latest software and design techniques, we undertake civil engineering designs in a 3D modelling environment which allows our designs to be dynamic, simplifying the changes and interface between services, levels and proposed infrastructure as well as the coordination of the various disciplines involved in the design process.
The range of Civil Engineering Services that we offer are outlined below.
- Site Appraisals and Feasibility Studies
- Masterplan Development
- Road & Drainage Infrastructure Design
- Earthworks Strategies
- Sustainable Urban Drainage (SuDS) Systems
- Foul Water Drainage Systems
- Sewage Treatment Plants
- Water Infrastructure Design (WIRs)
- Vehicle Swept Path Analysis
- Car Parks
- Industrial Yards and Infrastructure
- Retaining Walls and Earth-retaining Structures
Meeting technical standards is vital to ensure infrastructure such as roads and drainage that are eligible for adoption by the council for maintenance. Only by understanding the Clientâ€™s aspirations, can we develop infrastructure design solutions which fully meet their needs and operational requirements, considering adequate maintenance, adaptability and ensuring resilience to the changes the future may bring.