- What does a Highway Engineer do?
- Why do I need a Highway Engineer?
- How do I become a Highway Engineer?
We have put together this website with a view to answering all these questions and many more. You may be a Developer or a Private Individual who has been advised that you require the services of a Highway Engineer to assist you with a Planning Application. Maybe you require a Transport Assessment, Transport Statement, Transport Scoping Study, Travel Plan, Road Safety Audit, Detailed Design work, a Feasibility Study of potential access arrangements; the design of a service area or car park or Supervision of on and off site highway works, a Highway Engineer can assist you with all these matters and many more.
It could well be that you may be interested in a career as a Highway Engineer and simply don't know how to start on the 'road' towards such a rewarding career.
The Role of the Highway Engineer
It is invariably the case that the majority of development proposals will bring about some impact on the local road network, be it an increase in traffic or pedestrian movement, additional demand on public transport or the simple formation of a new access. These matters are addressed by the Highway Engineer whose involvement will relate to the scale and nature of the development proposal.
Our website provides a brief overview of the Highway Engineer’s role in a major project.
What our Clients' say:
Technical Letter in Support of Residential Development
Thu 28 July 2016
Stage 3 Road Safety Audit
Mon 25 July 2016
Flood Risk Assessment, Proposed Residential Development.
Fri 8 July 2016
Highways Advice, Proposed Residential Development, Micklepage Paddock
Wed 29 June 2016
Advice on Site Drainage
Wed 22 June 2016
Highway Advice – Testimonial
Mon 9 May 2016
Transport Report in Opposition to Proposed Large Scale Housing
Tue 5 April 2016
Swept Path Analysis, Proposed Extension to Industrial Development
Mon 7 December 2015
Residential Development and Agricultural Access
Wed 16 September 2015
Swept Path Analysis – Residential Development
Wed 5 August 2015