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Civic Engineers expands into Scotland

Civic Engineers

Civil and structural engineering firm Civic Engineers has bought the Glasgow arm of engineering consultancy Structa.

It means that Civic Engineers, which last year had a turnover of £3.4M, will have a total headcount of 78 and a new fourth studio. The move follows on from the opening of Civic Engineers’ Leeds studio last year. The acquisition was for an undisclosed sum.

Civil Engineers founding director Julian Broster said: “We have a number of projects in Scotland including the Highland Housing Fair in Inverness, new high-rise riverside residential developments in Glasgow, and are keen to build on this presence.”

Projects the Glasgow team will work on include Edenmill Distillery & Brewery in Guardbridge, St Andrews and the Sentinel Building refurbishment in Glasgow city centre.

Pictured from left to right is Civic Engineers founding director Julian Broster, Glasgow director Iain McIntyre, founding director Stephen O’Malley, and Glasgow director Isla Jackson.

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