CampbellReith is an independent multidisciplinary engineering practice, providing structural, civil, geotechnical, environmental and transportation services from five UK offices and overseas.
Established in 1960, the practice works in a broad range of sectors: schools, hospitals, commercial buildings and offices, hotels, sports and leisure centres, defence structures, large-scale regeneration projects, infrastructure, industrial buildings, student accommodation and commercial high rise residential schemes.
Among CampbellReith’s recent and current major projects are the award-winning Radley College Clock Tower Court – an impressive development in this boarding school near Oxford; the Islamic Centre in Oxford – one of the city’s boldest developments; Woolston Riverside regeneration scheme in Southampton – a mixed industrial and residential development vital for the development of the area; Ghana Hospitals – six new district hospitals project, the winner of the Banker Magazine’s 2013 Infrastructure and Project Finance Award for Africa; Rushden Park and Lakes development – a large scale scheme of shops and leisure facilities in Northamptonshire, and the external display structures of the Bond film ‘Spectre’ at Royal Albert Hall.
CampbellReith was extensively involved in the 2012 London Olympics, supplying structural engineering services to LOCOG, ExCeL, Earls Court, Arena Seating and GL Events.
Passion for engineering and ingenuity lie in every CampbellReith project. The practice strives to bring engineering excellence and innovation to the communities it works in.