"WE ENCOURAGE A CULTURE OF TECHNICAL EXCELLENCE, ENABLING OUR ENGINEERS TO ARTICULATE SOUND AND THOROUGH ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES." Michelle McDowell, chair of civil and structural engineering
Our civil and structural engineering teams are proactive in anticipating and solving challenges. We look to apply technology to refine design, increase efficiency and improve buildability.
As an established practice with over 50 years knowledge and experience in the industry we are outstanding communicators and our approach is integrated and collaborative working closely with the client, design and construction team. This and our creativity is what make us special.
What gives us an edge is our unique experience in contributing right from the start of projects, before the architects’ ideas begin to form.Michelle McDowell chair of civil and structural engineering
We are also an industry leader in the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM). This technology enables us to offer clients earlier visualisations, more accurate material quantities, better supply chain management and faster build schedules.
John is one of our civil & structural engineering directors in London studio. In this short video he tells us about his career in BDP.
Our aspiration is to design inspiring buildings in which our engineering ideas help shape design rather than simply facilitate the delivery of an architect-led solution. We aim to design structures and infrastructure with minimum impact on the planet and maximum value for our clients.
Callum is one of our civil & structural engineers in Manchester studio. In this short video he tells us about his career in BDP.
Chair of civil and structural engineering Michelle McDowell features in a major new exhibition of 100 iconic portraits of First Women from across the UK.
BDP is shortlisted with a team led by Studio Libeskind and including !melk, NRB, Dcon, Arup, Brock McClure Consultants, O'Herlihy Access Consultancy, JGA and i3PT for the University College Dublin Future Campus international design competition.
Key Stage 3 pupils (Years 7-9) are invited to submit ideas for a school of the future in our competition.
To celebrate this year’s International Women in Engineering Day our London studio engineers are hosting a networking evening.
As traditional architectural training is increasingly challenged education director Sue Emms describes emerging pathways into the profession and explains that practices have an increasing role to play in ensuring a socially inclusive and dynamic architectural profession for the future.
We have been shortlisted as a finalist in the New Civil Engineer 100 Companies of the Year Awards
How do you protect priceless works of art in an upgraded iconic building, achieving close environmental control but keeping all interventions invisible - Dublin studio’s Chris Croly has the solution.
BDP’s team will be heading to Cannes for MIPIM 2018 and our delegates this year will be splitting their time between the London, Manchester and Liverpool stands.