Birmingham-based infrastructure engineering specialist, THDA, have rebranded as Patrick Parsons, following the acquisition of the company last year.
THDA, who specialises in the design of civil engineering infrastructure for development schemes including major highways, estate roads, earthworks modelling and flood risk assessments, will officially trade as Patrick Parsons from 7 June 2018.
Headed up by Directors Paul Tinley and Stuart Hodgkiss, the firm was established in 2003 and clients include Goodman, Roxhill Developments, Gallagher Estates, Prologis and Land Securities/Henley Camland.
In addition to its Newcastle headquarters, Patrick Parsons has a further seven UK-based and two international offices and provides design services to blue-chip clients in the residential, commercial, leisure, industrial and infrastructure sectors. Some of the firm’s most notable projects include consulting on restoration works at Durham Cathedral and developing the world’s first modular flat packed white water course in Glasgow.
Since joining Patrick Parsons, THDA has been able to offer clients additional services including Structural and Geoenvironmental Engineering, as well as Building Consultancy, and Traffic and Transportation.
Stuart Hodgkiss, director at THDA, said: “This is a very exciting moment in the history of our business. Being part of Patrick Parsons has unlocked some exciting opportunities for us and we look forward to this continuing.”
Peter Stienlet, managing director of Patrick Parsons, commented: “We have ambitious plans to strengthen our infrastructure capability and THDA are playing an important role in that strategy. We are excited to continue working with THDA’s very talented team, with which we have already established a strong platform for long-term growth and success.”
The announcement follows hot on the heels of the recent rebranding of Patrick Parsons’ Manchester and Twickenham offices.