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This report analyses the market for UK consulting engineers, incorporating work undertaken in both the UK and internationally. The market is analysed under a number of broad project subject headings, including:
- buildings: defined as commercial buildings, housing, education and medical buildings, warehouses, hotels, public buildings, factories, manufacturing and process plant
- transportation: including roads/road bridges, rail/rail bridges, transport planning, tunnelling, ports, harbours, airports and canals
- water, sewerage and waste: defined as dams, reservoirs, water mains, water treatment, irrigation, pumping stations, desalination plant, sewers, sewerage treatment plant, pumping plant and incinerators, as well as the handling, treatment and removal of solid, liquid, chemical, toxic and nuclear waste
- power: including power stations, hydro-electric dams, transmission lines and sub-stations.
Other subject headings include geotechnics, facilities management, construction/project management, health & safety, defence, telecommunications, flooding & coastal work, and environment.
For the purposes of this report, the role of the consulting engineer is defined as the provision of services by people qualified to practise in one or more of the various branches of engineering. Consulting engineers are typically concerned with advising clients on engineering matters, or designing or supervising the construction of engineering works. Income is derived both from the UK and from international projects.
While there are a variety of procurement routes including design & build within the construction sector, for the purposes of this report, the utilisation of the term design & build refers to all basic procurement routes where contractors take ultimate responsibility for the design and construction of projects. Consulting engineers may be employed by the contractor for the design of the project, and in some instances, as project managers.
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