Pick Everard is a leading independent, multi-professional consultancy practice working within the property, infrastructure and construction industry. Our professional advice in the fields of design, engineering and management services give clients across all sectors the best solution for their projects in the built environment. Judgement gained through our 150 years of experience, combined with the current industry knowledge of our people, supports the delivery of an integrated solution for your property, construction and infrastructure requirements. We mobilise a collaborative combination of the full range of construction disciplines, to engage, develop and deliver better built environments. Pick Everard is a traditional partnership which has grown to become a national practice operating from ten offices in the UK, including London, Bury St Edmunds, Cardiff, Derby, Glasgow, Inverness, Leicester, Manchester, Nottingham and Taunton.



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Airport Investment?

Following the government's recent announcement for Heathrow's third runway, the MAG group has announced a £130 Million investment...

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At what cost?

A recent article from the RICS, considers the potential funding required to bring the houses of parliament back to their natural beauty....

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Investment in pre-fab housing factories

Is this the new beginning for the construction industry and aligning construction build technologies to industries such as the car and...

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Is off-site fabrication the future

With land costs becoming a premier and the new Government flood criteria becoming more onerous, is the future of our homes and schools...

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A big step forward - we are ditching the car!

A new report from the Independent Transport Commission has shown some major changes in travel patterns within the UK. More people are...

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72-storey tower in London given the go-ahead

Yesterday saw the planning approval of the highest building on the north side of the Thames.

Known as 1 Undershaft, the 72-storey tower...

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