Milestone reached for SEGRO V-Park Grand Union

We’re pleased to share that SEGRO V-Park Grand Union has reached practical completion.   SEGRO V-Park Grand Union stands out as an innovative, custom-designed multi-storey and multi-let industrial structure within…

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James Bailey Promoted to Associate Director and Receives Chartership

It is our pleasure to announce the promotion of James Bailey to the role of Associate Director within our civils team in Ash Vale. This well-deserved promotion comes as a…

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Patrick Parsons Nominated for NCE Awards

We’re delighted to share the exciting news that Patrick Parsons has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2024 New Civil Engineer Awards. Our company has received recognition in two significant categories:…

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Inspiring Tomorrow’s Innovators: Anna Milner’s Work Experience Week

We recently had the pleasure of welcoming Anna Milner, a Year 12 student from George Abbot School, to our civil engineering team in Ash Vale for a week of work…

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Supporting the British Heart Foundation: Our Charity of the Year for 2024

At Patrick Parsons, we’re not just about engineering solutions; we’re about making a positive impact in the world around us. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce that we’ve chosen the…

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Making a Difference: Patrick Parsons’ Festive Donations to Honeypot Charity

A Season of Giving To mark the 2023 festive period, Patrick Parsons committed to the spirit of giving, spreading joy and making a positive difference. In lieu of traditional client…

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Patrick Parsons Named in the 2023 Ground Engineering 100

Patrick Parsons is proud to be recognised in the prestigious Ground Engineering Magazine’s GE100 2023. It is with immense pride that we share the news of our inclusion in the…

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Exploring Engineering Futures: Max Burke’s Work Experience

We recently we had the pleasure of hosting Max Burke, a Yr12 student at Salesian School Chertsey, for work experience with our Twickenham team. Max is currently studying Maths, Geography…

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Land Remediation: What is it and why does it matter?

As environmental consciousness continues to grow, it is crucial to understand the importance of cleaning up contaminated land and restoring it to its natural state. Land remediation is a multidisciplinary…

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What are the sources and effects of land contamination?

Land contamination can be caused by various sources, both natural and man-made. Contaminated land refers to the presence of hazardous substances or pollutants in the soil, at levels that exceed…

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Promoting Active Travel: Walking and Cycling Planning Strategies

In an era where sustainable and healthy transportation alternatives are gaining momentum, active travel modes like walking and cycling are being recognised as crucial components of urban and rural planning….

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Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems: Enhancing Water Management for Cities

As cities continue to grow and urbanise, the need for effective and sustainable water management becomes increasingly critical. Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SuDS) offer a solution that aims to manage…

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What is the Building Safety Act 2022?

The Building Safety Act 2022 was introduced in response to the findings of the inquiry led by Dame Judith Hackitt following the Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017. The Act…

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Active Travel England set to become Statutory Planning Consultee from 1st June 2023

In July 2020 the Government published ‘Gear Change: A bold vision for cycling and walking’.  Within this paper the Government set out a clear vision for England’s Transport System: “Places…

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Patrick Parsons Fundraise for The Honeypot Children’s Charity

At the beginning of the year we voted for The Honeypot Children’s Charity to be our Charity of the Year and our teams have been getting creative in their efforts…

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