- 11th February 2021
- Posted by: Miranda Pont
- Category: Blog
It is an exciting time to join our engineering teams. Whilst 2020 was a challenging year for us all in many different ways, our work on the nation’s critical infrastructure has continued at pace.
This workload is delivered from many of our offices across England, Scotland and Wales and we are currently recruiting at all levels in our engineering offices.
We are looking for civil, structural, geotechnical and MEICA engineers who have a client focussed, outcome driven mentality to join our teams. We believe in growing strong teams and supporting professional development.
So if you are looking to start or develop your career in a positive, forward thinking consultancy, then take a look at the engineering opportunities available on our Careers webpage.
You can also email Tony Moran, Associate Director for further information. We would love to hear from you.
Our engineering work is in the flood risk management, transport (rail and road) and water level management sectors. All of our clients in these fields have duties to maintain their assets and our long-standing framework arrangements with them have resulted in more demand for our engineering services than ever before.
We are currently working on five separate frameworks for the Environment Agency as JBA Consulting, or as part of the award-winning design and build joint venture, JBA Bentley.
We have framework arrangements with The Coal Authority to assist in dealing with minewater legacy. We also work for Natural Resources Wales and have framework arrangements with numerous local authorities in England and Scotland to deal with coastal and fluvial flood risk, and highways, bridges and retaining walls issues.
We have long-term arrangements with contractors delivering scour, drainage and earthwork related projects for Network Rail, and deliver engineering services in support of the Internal Drainage Boards around the country. Our work is primarily UK based and ranges from small condition surveys to £30m flood alleviation schemes.
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