As the demand for highway infrastructure increases, we are experienced to assist our clients with comprehensive civil, structural, and transportation engineering skills. The ability to carry out civil engineering works in support of the other elements of transportation infrastructure is provided by our in-house McCann civil engineering teams.
- Earthworks and Drainage.
- Foundations and slabs.
- Retaining walls including insitu concrete, gabion baskets etc.
- Section 278/ 38 works.
- Public realm works including the design, supply, installation and connection of both decorative and heritage street lighting equipment enhancing local public areas.
- Programme and Budgetary Management.
We are a leading Civil Engineering company based in Nottingham offering services across the United Kingdom
Proud to be delivering city-changing Broadmarsh public realm scheme
Nottingham’s city-defining Broadmarsh public realm proposals to transform Collin Street are coming to fruition after we have teamed up with principal contractor Thomas Bow Ltd to deliver the project. Thomas Bow has been commissioned by Nottingham City Council to deliver the Broadmarsh public realm works, with McCann successfully securing the supply, installation and connection of…
We’ve completed £220,000 of significant drainage works on the A64 Brambling Fields Junction as principal contractor
We have successfully completed essential drainage maintenance work on the A64 at the Brambling Fields junction, North Yorkshire. The scheme, in conjunction with Highways England’s term contractor A-one+, was delivered by us, acting as the Principal Contractor, in a 7-week period between February and March 2017. The unstable drainage ditch was affecting the fields on…
Due to the Channel Tunnel Rail Link, Network Rail National Logistics Unit needed to vacate their existing depot and distribution centre at Temple Mills. Whitemoor Yard in March was eventually identified as the most suitable site for the new distribution centre which was required to service the South-East of England, and Birse Civils were appointed…