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NCE100 | FJD Consulting crowned Trending20 Champion

Fjd consulting bridge

FJD Consulting has been crowned NCE100 Trending20 Champion.

The Birmingham-based company won the award after receiving top marks from each member of the New Civil Engineer editorial team.

FJD Consulting becomes the inaugural winner of the award, established to recognise smaller firms with a staff of 200 or less.

Nominations for the award were whittled down to 20 last month, from our initial longlist of around 40 eligible companies.

FJD Consulting won the award for its work on re-uniting two sections of the Great Central Railway in Loughborough to create a continuous 18 mile heritage railway.

By introducing innovative “flat-packed” bridges to maximise value as well as sourcing redundant bridges from other railway projects, FJD Consulting was able to save £2M.

The first phase and most eye-catching of the project has been completed recently. The installation of the bridge will carry the heritage railway over the Midland Main Line.

All companies shortlisted will help shape the magazine through our SME profiles and other opportunities in 2018 and 2019.

NCE100 Trending20:

Anthony Bates

Awcock Ward Partnership

Bryden Wood

Caley Water

Civic Engineers

Clarkebond (UK)

Davies Maguire

Design ID Consulting


Dr Sauer & Partners

Edenvale Young Associates

FJD Consulting

Floodline Consulting

Hewson Consulting Engineers

London Bridge Associates


Taylor & Boyd

Waterco Consultants

Webb Yates Engineers

Westlakes Engineering



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