"OUR ENGINEERS CONTRIBUTE HOLISTICALLY TO ALL PROJECTS, CROSSING TRADITIONAL PROFESSION BOUNDARIES TO STIMULATE CREATIVE THINKING AND ADDING HUGE VALUE FOR OUR CLIENTS." 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.
To find out more about our civil engineering team's work and recent projects have a look at their latest brochure.
To find out more about our engineering team's work and recent projects have a look at their latest brochure.
For National Apprenticeship Week, we spoke to three of our apprentices from across the practice during an online roundtable session hosted by Maria Glynn, our apprenticeship programme co-ordinator.
We have had a double win at the Women in Construction and Engineering (WICE) awards which celebrate the work of women in the construction and engineering industries.
This week we’re celebrating Tomorrow’s Engineers Week and, as ever, we want to inspire as many young people as possible to consider this creative, exciting and rewarding profession as a career path.
Ged Couser looks at the challenges of designing cancer hospitals that facilitate the concept of team science in both research and treatment.
John Roycroft celebrates the protean engineering properties, structural efficiency, beauty and positive carbon impact of wood as a building material.
ITV reports touring exhibition, First Women, which features BDP principal Michelle McDowell.