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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Heathrow expansion

The recent announcement from the Government for it's backing of a third runaway at Heathrow Airport, has to be good news for the industry...

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Floating Parliament

Concept, pipedream or reality the published images for the temporary Houses of Parliament are a truly stunning idea and statement. 


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Stirling Prize- the public view?

RIBA's Stirling Prize is awarded each year as the architectural profession's peer recognition for the best piece of architectural design. 

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how to get on?

Having been in the industry for over 40 years, even with this amount of experience every day is a potential school day

I came across an...

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Access to construction skills

There has again, been a lot of discussion this week about "hard brexit" or "soft brexit", not just from our government and the...

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"All" Of HS2 Given The Green Light

So HS2 has "all" been given the green light with Government commitment, including the Manchester and Leeds links. 

There is also funding...

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2,000 new schools by 2020 ?

Some truly eye opening figures in this report from Scape. 

Broken down to two new schools per day it will require some innovative...

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Did the Victorians think small?

We know that colonial wealth allowed the Victorians the ability to fund huge infrastructure projects. However, they always encouraged...

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Silly Arguments ?

The St Michael's Development in Manchester, as with many, has sparked a number of debates from the demolition of the Abercromby pub and...

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