What We Do

Our services can be broadly divided into three distinct areas, corresponding with the usual UK process for most kinds of development.

 (1) Pre-Planning

Cambria actively encourages early consultant involvement and our pre-planning advice can range from an informal view on likely acceptability of a new highway access, a formal due diligence report on engineering viability, or right through to full pre-planning services including the provision of Phase I Environmental Assessment, Flood Consequence/Risk Assessment, Surface Water Drainage Strategy, Transport Impact Assessment and Travel Plan.

 (2) Pre-Construction

It is often the case that our clients have already progressed to outline planning or independently developed their site location. In our Pre-Construction phase, our services concentrate on the discharging of planning conditions, preparation of Civil/Structural/Environmental/Highways tendering information, design development, contractor tender evaluation,

 (3) Construction

It is imperative that our design information is clear and concise and easily translated and delivered by the contractor. The Construction period is the critical time, where our reaction to unforeseen changes or site parameters can be the difference between a successful project and not. Whilst this period typically sees the least amount of information production, it is the time when we provide the highest levels of support.

Civil Engineering

In the last two decades the construction industry has reacted to the Egan and Latham reports and, by consensus, achieved a degree of success in delivering off-site, higher quality and low risk building… Read more »

Structural Engineering

It is imperative that we continue to push the boundaries of Structural Engineering to ensure we allow Architects to deliver better spaces with tighter budgets. The design process will undoubtedly become more integrated… Read more »

Environment

One of the most noticeable changes to how we are required to approach designs within the last decade has been the increasing amounts of legislation and regulatory bodies which must vet and approve… Read more »

Transport

As the UK population continues to increase and cars become more affordable, the local and national transport networks equally continue to struggle with capacity, and hence satisfying the authorities that new development can… Read more »

BIM

The world of Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a vast and confusing place, which can be difficult to access without lots of technical knowledge – we’re challenging that and have provided a simple… Read more »

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Pagabo National Framework Award

We are pleased to announce we’ve been awarded a place on the Pagabo National Framework for Professional Services 2020 in the Civil and Structural Engineering Categories for Wales, South West and the Midlands…. Read more »

Merry Christmas from all at Cambria!

Cambria support Cardiff Foodbank this Christmas

This year, for our annual Christmas Charity, we have decided to collect for our local Cardiff FoodBank. Foodbank use is sadly at record levels in the UK with a reported 23% rise in food… Read more »

Join our team at Cambria!

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Cambria take part in 5-a-side in support of Guide Dogs Cymru

Cambria were invited by Blake Morgan to take part in a charity 5-a-side tournament on Friday 4th October in support of Guide Dogs Cymru. The tournament was held to raise money to help… Read more »

All the best Angela!

Wishing our Angela all the best on her maternity leave! We look forward to welcoming you back in 2020.

We’re Hiring, Join Our Team!

Civil Engineers, we’re hiring at our Cardiff office! Our Cardiff office is growing, and we need an excellent Engineer and Technician to become key members of our team. Click here to find out… Read more »

We’re Hiring!

Structural Engineers, we’re hiring, and we want the best! Our Bristol office is growing, and we need an excellent Engineer to become a key member of our team. Click here to find out… Read more »