Inspiring the next generation – 2018 is the Year of Engineering.
The initiative has been launched by the Government to encourage more young people into the profession and help narrow the sector’s skills gap.
McAndrew Martin’s well-established Mechanical and Electrical Engineering department – led by Director Horace McAndrew – provides expert support for a wide variety of clients nationwide.
The Gherkin, the Shard, the Walkie-Talkie, the Cheesegrater…and now the Scalpel.
At Number 52 Lime Street, it is the latest iconic skyscraper being built in the City of London as the capital’s skyline becomes ever more impressive, writes McAndrew Martin’s Director of Structural Engineering Noor Awan.
When it comes to landmark buildings such as the Gherkin or the Scalpel, structural engineering is particularly important.
Plans for a third runway at Heathrow Airport have taken another twist after new proposals were unveiled to save £2.5bn from its cost.
The expansion bill is now expected to drop to £14bn, with money saved through reducing space and breaking building work into stages.
When construction starts, the runaway will be one of the country’s major infrastructure works alongside such high-profile projects as Crossrail and HS2.
Our Director of Project Management and Contract Administration Lee Sargeant has been watching with a keen professional interest.
Merry Christmas and happy New Year from us all at McAndrew Martin!
Our warmest wishes and thanks go to all of our valued customers, clients, suppliers and business associates for their support during 2017.
We've recorded continued growth over the past 12 months, with demand increasing for multi-disciplinary services.
Highlights have also included our third charity golf day – one of the best attended corporate events of its kind on the South coast – which raised £6,000 as well as our summer garden party.
A story about our Charity Golf Day has appeared in the Portsmouth News today.
The coverage of our Rowan's Hospice fundraiser has appeared on the business page with a picture of our team at Waterlooville Golf Club.
Many thanks to the News for carrying the story and for all of its support for the event.
The News is one of the country's leading regional media titles with a monthly audience of 372,310 readers. It has a monthly digital audience of 304,575 and 142,057 monthly print readers.
Do you want to have lunch at the top of the iconic Shard in London? How about a family night at the races?
These are just some of the fantastic lots in a charity auction at our Golf Day in aid of Rowan’s Hospice, which is just a MONTH TODAY!
The fundraiser is on Thursday April 27 at Waterlooville Golf Club – and we are aiming to raise £10,000 to fund the refurbishment of one of 19 en-suite bedrooms with state-of the art equipment and facilities for inpatient care.
Do you want to network with 100 property professionals AND raise money for a very worthy cause at the same time?
We're just five weeks away from our Charity Golf Day in aid of Rowan's Hospice, which is being held at Waterlooville Golf Club on Thursday April 27.
The Portsmouth News has today carried a story about the fundraiser in its Homes supplement, which is the definitive property guide in the Portsmouth and Hampshire area.
Entries are already pouring in for our third McAndrew Martin Charity Golf Day on April 27.
We’re expecting another surge of interest for the Rowan’s Hospice fundraiser after an article appeared on the Business page of the Portsmouth News and on its website today.
Our thanks to the paper for carrying the story and supporting this very worthy cause.
We’re aiming to make the charity golf day at Waterlooville Golf Club – our third so far – the most successful so far.
We're in the Portsmouth News today!
Our Charity Golf Day in aid of Rowan's Hospice has featured in a prominent position on page three of the paper's Homes section - sincere thanks to the News for their support.
Entries and sponsorship have already started to come in as the buzz about the April 27 fundraiser begins.
As with previous events, it will be at Waterlooville Golf Club and we're aiming to make it the best yet with 100 players and a target of £10,000 for Rowan's Hospice.