Our projects cover a broad range of sectors: commercial, education, health, industrial, residential, regeneration, retail, defence, sport and leisure.
We strive to bring engineering excellence and innovation to the communities where we work.
CampbellReith was delighted to recently join The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, ISG and other project team members to celebrate the topping out of the Oak Cancer Centre. →
CampbellReith is delighted that the Council of Isles of Scilly, has granted planning permission for 12 affordable detached and semi-detached self-build homes at Ennor Farm, Old Town, St Mary’s. →
As the United Nations champions “cultural diversity for dialogue and development” today, the need for such a drive is being dramatically underlined by the continued cross-border attacks in Israel and Gaza. →
The Tibbalds Campbell Reith (TCR) JV multidisciplinary team have recently been appointed to lead on the planning submission for a new residential-led development on the south western outskirts of Ripon. →
Last year CampbellReith celebrated its 60 years’ anniversary and that in six decades we have experienced many challenges but none quite so devastating as the COVID19 pandemic has been for many. →
As I pulled together evidence for the presentation, I was blown away by the extent of colleagues’ activities! →
In 1960 CampbellReith was formed and the Land Quality and Contaminated Land sector did not really exist. In fact in the same decade (1960), the UK had just introduced the Clean Air Act to address the smogs of London. We’re proud to have achieved so much for the sector in the past 30 years. →
Since joining CampbellReith in 2003 I have been involved in many projects in different sectors with some of the UKs exciting developers and property owners. It is not easy to pick one favourite project but 184 Shepherd’s Bush Road is definitely up there. This was the conversion of an existing self storage building into office for our client, Precis.
Josh Chastney sets up new geotechnical team in the south west as our practice continues to see increasing demand for geotechnical and geo-environmental skills. →