Delivering innovative, buildable solutions
Delivering innovative, buildable solutions for over 60 years, our multi-discipline team of industry specialists works with some of the UK’s best known brands in power. We’re expert problem solvers with all the skills to visualise the best outcomes, connecting a client-first philosophy with pioneering, sustainable design.
BakerHicks is building a far-reaching reputation in the power sector for innovative design solutions, in a marketplace that is constantly expanding and moving forward.
This expansion is being driven by the need to cater for a diverse range of interconnectors, windfarms and renewables connecting into the National Grid, as well as the replacement of existing assets constructed 40 to 50 years ago.
Working on the industry’s most challenging projects UK-wide, we provide structured delivery in civil, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering through our in-house team of highly specialised power experts.
Whether the requirement is for expertise in nuclear power, solar power, offshore and onshore wind power generation and transmission, high and extra high voltage work to distribution, our team provides fully assured infrastructure design services.
Our complete range of skills covers everything from front end engineering design and due diligence to detailed design and decommissioning for utility services and energy sectors.
We recruit the best – across a wide range of disciplines, which means we are genuine problem solvers and experts in detailed design across all project types.
Our open and honest approach and ability to get it right first time means we build long-term partnerships with our clients who know they can trust us to deliver.
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