The Engineering Construction Industry
UK engineering construction is a global force. It leads Europe and is second only to the USA in the world. As a contracting industry, UK trained personnel are responsible for leading innovation and quality on sites worldwide.
Domestically, the £16 billion industry is fundamental to the economy. It employs approximately 80,000 in the UK (100,000 worldwide) and is essential to the infrastructure of major economic sectors accounting for up to 20% of GDP, through the design, project management, construction, installation, testing, commissioning and maintenance of plant for:
Oil and gas
On and offshore including exploration, extraction, terminals, refinery, gas making and treatment facilities.
Dismantling and refurbishing/building new coal-fired and co-generation power supplies, renewable technologies including on and offshore wind, hydro, tidal and wave power.
Decommissioning old and commissioning new nuclear generation and waste processing.
Processing and manufacturing
Erection, dismantling and fabricating of steel structures and processing and manufacturing plant across a wide range of industries including cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, and food and drink.
Water and environmental
Water and sewerage treatment works.
- David Edwards
- Chief Executive
- 01923 402121
- Peter Hill
- Director of Finance/Board Secretary
- 01923 402124
- Tony Featherstone
- Director, Operations
- 01923 402133
- Nigel Spencer
- Director, Development & Quality
- 01923 402132
- Avril Goodenough
- Secretary to D Edwards & N Spencer
- 01923 402123
- Shirley Murphy
- Secretary to T Featherstone & P Hill
- 01923 402119
- Jennifer Garwood
- Assistant Secretary
- 01923 402157