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.
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.
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… ∞
As historic signal boxes up and down the country are destroyed the unique 38-lever signal box at Hednesford Station has been relocated to Hednesford Park ready for a new chapter in its life. It is due to open to the public later this year after being restored to its former… ∞
Flood studies and physical model tests demonstrated that the existing overflow and spillway facilities at the Holden Wood Impounding Reservoir were unable to pass the Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) without overtopping onto the main earth embankment with a consequent risk of failure due to the destructive action of out-of-channel flows…. ∞
ALAN DAY MEng (Hons) Engineering; Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering Alan is a graduate of Pembroke College, Cambridge University completing his masters in 2010. Since graduating Alan has been working for Mott MacDonald, progressing to Project Leader and has extensive experience delivering both temporary works and permanent works… ∞26th November 2019
At Rhiwbina Station there was a requirement to encapsulate the existing footbridge bridge and staircase to carry out repairs and blast and paint. Due to limited gauge clearance it was not possible to undersling a traditional scaffold to provide access. PaSCoE developed an innovative scaffold design solution that included a… ∞7th May 2019
Between 1931 and 1934 Cardiff Central station underwent a major rebuild, designed by the GWR’s Architects department under their chief Architect Percy Emerson Culverhouse. The centrepiece is an Art Deco entrance building faced in Portland stone, containing a booking hall and concourse topped by a clock cupola. The Clock Cupola… ∞23rd April 2019