• Major Projects, Aviation, Water, Rail
  • Primavera P6/7, Asta Power, MS
  • Site Engineering Background
  • Forensic, Delay Analysis, Change
  • Analytical, commercially aware
  • BEng Civil Engineering


Planner Vacancy

  • Central London, UK
  • £46,000 - £66,000
  • Permanent

Site Engineer

  • Steel Frame / RC Structures
  • Setting Out / Producing Surveys
  • AutoCAD & LSS Proficient
  • QA, RFI, ITP, Take Offs
  • Fast, Accurate, Pro-Active
  • BEng Civil Eng, CSCS, CAT & Genny


Site Engineer Vacancy

  • Central London, UK
  • £41,000 - £51,000
  • Permanent

Quantity Surveyor

  • Rail / Crossrail / Tunnelling
  • NEC contract expert
  • Change, Risk, Disputes, Claims
  • Subcontract package management
  • Assertive, meticulous, results-driven
  • BSc Quantity Surv, NEC3 training


Quantity Surveyor Vacancy

  • Central London, UK
  • £51,000 - £65,000
  • Contract

Sub Agent

  • Major / Smart Highways, Earthworks
  • Package management
  • Technical queries
  • Coordinates Design & Engineering
  • RA/MS, Package Plans, look-ahead
  • Engineering / military background
  • HND Engineering Surveying


Sub Agent Vacancy

  • Central London, UK
  • £52,000 - £62,000
  • Contract

Civil Engineering is essential, transforming and improving our everyday experience of the world. Construction contributes almost £90bn to the UK economy, and is therefore recognised as a priority by the UK government. The November 2022 budget announced further investment in major Construction and Engineering projects delivering:

  • HS2 to Manchester.
  • Core Northern Powerhouse rail links outlined in the Integrated Rail Plan.
  • East West Rail.
  • Broadband rollout through Project Gigabit, with plans to reach at least 85% gigabit-capable broadband coverage by 2025 and nationwide coverage by 2030.

CITB forecasts predict that construction needs another 250,000 workers by 2026, meaning there is no better time to pursue a career in Civil Engineering and capitalise on the monumental potential and opportunity brought by the industry's prosperity.

CITB's projections for 2023-2027 show Architects, Civil Engineers and Plant Operators all exceeding a 1% growth, demonstrating higher demand for skilled, technical, and professional occupations.

Five regions of prominent growth – all exceeding annual average growth rates between 2023 and 2027 – include:

  • Greater London (accounting for a fifth of the UK’s total construction output)
  • East of England
  • East Midlands
  • South East
  • Yorkshire and the Humber (joint highest AAG rate of 2.2% with East of England)

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