Our Peterborough team have a new home

Our team in Peterborough, which mainly consists of civil, structural and mechanical engineers and technicians, recently expanded to bigger premises. The new office, which is located on the 2nd Floor at Worldwide House, Thorpe Wood, Peterborough, PE3 6SB, sees a vast expansion on their previous residence.

Project development

The team in Peterborough can provide technical solutions to flooding and water management problems. They work closely with the wider business and clients within the region.

Since 2013 we have been part of the JBA Bentley joint venture, delivering planned and emergency response works for the Environment Agency (EA) and other RMAs under the Water and Environmental Management (WEM) Framework.

This has seen our engineering team grow and develop in to providing designs for major flood defence schemes and asset refurbishment works as a key supplier to the EA on their Anglian Asset Refurbishment Programme of Works, delivering over 100 asset improvement projects to date.

Gareth Mills, Technical Director and Peterborough Office Lead, commented, “Our team in Peterborough is growing from strength to strength. The JBA-Bentley JV brings design and construction expertise together under one organisation. This integrated approach allows us to deliver safe, sustainable and cost-efficient flood risk management schemes. The engineering focus of the Peterborough office builds on the existing strong reputation of JBA Consulting in the flood risk management industry and continues to increase the breadth of services we can provide.”

The team are currently working on our recent appointment onto the Environment Agency’s Programme Delivery Units (PDU’s). As the sole supplier under the design and build lot for the region, JBA-Bentley are enthusiastic and up for the challenge of delivering properties protected as part of the national strategy.

Want to know more?

Contact Gareth Mills for more information on the work our Peterborough team are currently undertaking. You can also visit the engineering web pages to find out more.



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