We are an award winning independent firm of consulting engineers with a reputation within the construction industry for achieving the highest standards in service, quality, innovation, technical excellence, and value for money. Providing both Temporary Works Design and Permanent Works Design Services our engineers are vastly experienced and can be relied upon to deliver a first rate service.
Understanding complex ground conditions and the management of geotechnical risk is one of the key drivers in our business.
Our engineers have extensive experience across the broad spectrum of civil engineering including roads, railways, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings.
PaSCoE’s earth structures specialists provide innovative cost effective solutions to meet the most challenging requirements including the re-use of on-site fill materials.
From permanent structures to temporary works we provide extensive support to the UK rail industry.
The analysis and design of structures using concrete, steel, timber, and composite materials forms an integral part of our business.
Simple hoardings to complex bridge design – our temporary works division can assist contractors in delivering safe economic solutions.
The A57 Hyde Road forms part of the main arterial route network into Manchester City Centre. The trunk road is a link between the junctions of the M60 and M67 motorways at the east end, and the Ardwick Green South (A6) at the west end. For the majority of its… ∞
To support the construction of a new Community Stadium and new building works by the University of Brighton the existing road network required major improvements to interface with the existing and proposed infrastructure. The new Brighton and Hove Albion Stadium Project required improvements to the A270 Lewes Road which included… ∞
Evidence of both deep seated and shallow instability had been reported on the Down slope of the Eltham embankment located approximately 300m to the west of Eltham Station between Eltham and Kidbrooke stations at ELR: BEX 8m 61.5ch to 8m 70ch. Remedial works in the form of soil nailing, track… ∞
The new Clyde Bridge near Carstairs Junction is being constructed for South Lanarkshire Council as a replacement of the reinforced concrete Clyde Bridge near Carstairs, which opened in 1912 and was one of the earliest reinforced concrete bridges in Scotland. After a century of use, a 3t weight limit had… ∞19th September 2023
As part of the Hednesford Station Upgrade the original timber stairs were condemned and closed to the public. Working with Taziker, PaSCoE has designed the new stair foundations and DDA compliant GRP stairs.25th July 2023