Civil, structural and transport engineering practice Civic Engineers, which has a studio in Glasgow, has announced a reorganisation of the business and broadened expertise on the board with the appointment of a new non-executive director. Operating across the UK, Civic Engineers has studios in Manch
Civil, structural and transport engineering practice Civic Engineers has recorded its 9th consecutive year of growth since the business was first founded nearly a decade ago. The practice has increased its staff head count from 120 to 162 employees and is reporting annual revenue growth of over 40%
Having spent more than three years as part of Civic Engineers’ Glasgow studio, Craig Turner has been promoted to associate director to help enable further growth of the company's Scottish operations. Craig initially joined the firm in September 2018 as a senior engineer before being prom
Residential developer HUB is exploring opportunities to redevelop a site occupied by two industrial buildings, located on the north and south side of Dunedin Street in the Canonmills area of Edinburgh.
Civil and structural engineering practice Civic Engineers is expanding its presence in Scotland by relocating its studio in Glasgow and establishing a presence in Edinburgh for the first time. Having seen the Glasgow studio double in size from 10 people to 20, including 14 technical staff and six su
Glasgow-based Civic Engineers has reported another strong set of results for the recent financial year, with a number of key commissions on UK-wide projects enabling the practice to bolster its staff headcount to 120 and to place more focus on low carbon engineering solutions. The 22% growth in annu
Civil and structural engineering practice Civic Engineers has steadily increased its employee headcount by almost 10% with 12 new positions filled over the last quarter, notwithstanding the significant challenges presented by Covid-19 and national/regional lockdowns this year. The core t
The Glasgow studio of Civic Engineers, which provides civil, structural and transport engineering, celebrates its third year in business this week as its profile and work continues to grow in the city and across Scotland. The now 15-strong team, led by Glasgow directors Isla Jackson and Iain McIntyr
Glasgow City Council has enlisted Austin-Smith:Lord to lead a multi-disciplinary team of local and international consultants to prepare pioneering planning frameworks for the future of four city centre districts.
Plans have been drawn up to shape the future of Academy Street in Inverness and complement a planned major upgrade of the railway station and revamp of the Victorian Market. HITRANS, the regional transport partnership for the Highlands and Islands, is launching a period of consultation over its