Our projects cover a broad range of sectors: commercial, education, health, industrial, residential, regeneration, retail, defence, sport and leisure.
We strive to bring engineering excellence and innovation to the communities where we work.
Engineering as a profession has changed the way I look at our developed and developing world. It has taught me valuable life skills which you cannot learn in a classroom or without experience. →
Natalja is a project structural engineer at CampbellReith and has been a rising star since 2016. With her family’s support, sheer determination and a love of maths and physics, she pursued her career in engineering. →
To #shapetheworld you need to understand the world you work in and I hope the life expereinces I have had, has made me more broadminded and open to new and different ideas. →
Part of the CampbellReith team since 2016, Rachel shows real dedication to her career as an environmental scientist. Rachel’s advice is to explore every opportunity! →
One of our rising stars, Hannah studied Geography at the University of Glasgow. On this INWED20 day, Hannah’s advice is to start exploring your opportunities early and you never know where your academic skills can take you! →
We are pleased to inform you that from June 15th, CampbellReith will open its Redhill and Manchester offices to allow staff to attend when necessary. Our Bristol and London offices will hopefully open on a similar basis shortly. →
In conjunction with Dainswell (remediation experts), we have designed an innovative and sustainable solution for a mixed-use scheme at a former factory with an historic coal mining legacy. →
CONSTRUCTORS and architects may have become adept at marketing their green credentials, but the harsh reality is that there remains a high degree of delusion at play when modern-day developments are branded as ‘sustainable’. →
Wednesday 3rd June is World Bicycle Day and this year comes at a time when cycling is on the increase. →
This new development sits on the corner of the High Street in East Ham and is surrounded by existing buildings on two sides. A former Co-Operative retail building, the proposed development will provide 98 new homes. →
CampbellReith has provided multi-disciplinary engineering advice to Big Yellow for almost 20 years. This Guildford site was in a disused state and had a significant industrial history. →
For the next three years our geotechnical team will be providing expert advice on the management of the Borough’s soft cliff coastline to protect residents, property, infrastructure and valuable public amenities. →