Delivering strong structures and flexible solutions
As part of a consultancy team committed to sustainable and integrated design, our highly skilled civil and structural engineers are recognised nationally for delivering inventive solutions.
Projects at BakerHicks are varied and typically involve highly regulated and complex environments.
We understand a project’s natural geography, developing inspiring designs that are sympathetic to the surroundings and which minimise environmental impact.
Analysing the demands of natural and user actions, materials and geometry, our engineers are able to intelligently design building structures and associated infrastructure most appropriate for their environment.
With specialisms including finite element analysis, dynamic analysis, earthworks modelling, design of SUDS and counter-terrorism measures, our focus is on better, safer buildings and improving the communities in which they operate.
Cross-sector delivery means our engineers have worked on some of the most complex and rewarding construction projects in the country. They bring an innovative and fresh approach by applying decades of experience learned from one sector to another.
Recognisable developments include the largest hospital scheme in Ireland, new tandem-build schools, award-winning university buildings, specialist laboratories and complex public transport hubs.
From numerous electricity substations and large span air cargo facilities to high rise residential blocks, we’re highly experienced in a range of building and infrastructure redevelopments.
And, we’ve been working in a 3D collaborative environment at all levels of projects for years. Helping to deliver structural efficiencies, reducing capital and life cycle costs and making sure our designs are right for clients and their stakeholders.
We’re proud to say that we recruit the best, from fresh talent entering the industry to experienced engineers, helping us build long-term partnerships with our clients, who know they can trust us to deliver.
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