Latest News - March 2015

BWB Expands the Somerleyton Road multidisciplinary project team

31 March 2015

BWB is delighted to have a multi-disciplinary team working on this fantastic £43M re-development at Somerleyton Road, Brixton in London.

Our transport team have had a long term involvement in the development but they have now been joined by our experienced mechanical and electrical services team who have recently been appointed by the London Borough of Lambeth in partnership with Igloo Regeneration to add their weight to the creative development team. 

Double People Award for BWB

31 March 2015

At BWB we've made a flying start to the year with excellent results in both our Investors in People accreditation and our 2015 rating by Best Companies, the company behind the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For. 

BWB Consulting aim for success at The Nottingham Post Awards

27 March 2015

BWB Consulting celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and the company hopes to make it a double celebration after being nominated in the Company of the Year and Services Award categories at the Nottingham Post Business Awards.

You don't have to look far in Nottingham to see a development BWB Consulting has had a hand in designing. From elements of the tram network to the Cornerhouse, the company provides commercial consultancy services across the broad spectrum of professional disciplines. The firm, which has its headquarters in Station Street, Nottingham, is also well established nationally, with offices in Birmingham, Leeds, London and Manchester.

Shortlist Hat Trick for BWB at the ACE Engineering Excellence Awards 2015

23 March 2015

BWB are delighted to have been shortlisted in 3 categories for the Association for Consultancy & Engineering [ACE] 2015 Engineering Excellence Awards.

Since 1985, ACE Engineering Excellence Awards have been the industry’s ultimate form of recognition for best practice and excellence and have also been a great opportunity for companies to showcase the best of their work and raise their profile.

BWB London Office Celebration

19 March 2015

BWB moved to its new London office last summer expanding its premises and staff. Located within close proximity of London Bridge Station, at 11 Borough High Street. It comprises of two floors, the 1st floor dedicated to 3 meeting rooms, a drop in area, large kitchen, use of video conferencing and guest wifi facilities.


18 March 2015

BWB Consulting, Associate Members of ADA, are proud to sponsor this year’s event which takes place tomorrow, Thursday 19th March in Peterborough.

BWB, Part of the Team Delivering One of Londons First Housing Zones - New Bermondsey.

03 March 2015

London's first 9 Housing Zones, spanning the length and breadth of the city, will bring enormous regeneration and transform key areas of the capital and BWB are proud to be helping to deliver part of this initiative.

Unlocking the Value in Utilities

03 March 2015

Working on behalf of house builders, landowners and developers it is a common occurrence that we are asked to obtain an understanding of how a development can be serviced with a provision of suitably sized utility supplies. All too often this is an exercise which is left until the last minute and the effect on the ultimate “bottom-line” with regards to cost and time implications can be burdensome, even to the point of making the site financially unviable.




Integrated mechanical, electrical and structural engineering; Why it makes real sense to have all the eggs in one basket!

03 March 2015

The past 20 years has seen engineering consultants move first toward multi-disciplinary and then integrated engineering. Formerly, for convenience to provide a ‘one stop shop’ for clients and latterly to actually be capable of providing real value to clients as the components of a total solution becomes ever more reliant on multi-disciplinary input.  The increasing complexity and sophistication of modern engineering requires an increasing level of interaction between engineering disciplines.  In the past these disciplines were considered to be largely independent but this is no longer the case. Even design platforms and construction methods are recognising the shift and integrating design and construction inputs in a BIM environment.

Why does all this add up to an ability to deliver real value?