Civil engineering

Civil engineering

Civil engineering runs through the heart of what we do at PBA. Our strong engineering culture means we know how to best use our technical skills to add real value to our clients. 

We plan, design, procure and project manage civil engineering projects for both public and private sector clients. From small-scale road and drainage schemes through to large-scale infrastructure projects, we work closely with clients to make their vision a reality with cutting-edge and cost-effective engineering solutions.

Our civil engineers are central to many of our key projects, including urban regeneration schemes, strategic urban extensions, infrastructure schemes, and integrated public realm projects. They use their technical skills and expertise to add lasting social value to the communities in which we work.

Projects

Key people

Ron Henry

Ron Henry

Partner – Civil Engineering

Richard Swinden

Richard Swinden

Partner – Civil Engineering

Tony Wake

Tony Wake

Partner – Civil Engineering

Peter DeSouza

Peter DeSouza

Equity Director – Civil Engineering

Simon Darch

Simon Darch

Equity Director – Civil Engineering and Water Management

Glen Player

Glen Player

Equity Director – Civil Engineering

Daniel Hayes

Daniel Hayes

Equity Director – Civil Engineering

Steve Dellow

Steve Dellow

Director – Civil Engineering

Paul Hill

Paul Hill

Director – Civil Engineering

Rob Edwards

Rob Edwards

Director – Civil Engineering

Jon Heath

Jon Heath

Director – Civil Engineering

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Shoring up Cornwall

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Explaining the case for infrastructure projects

Keith Mitchell, Chairman