Infrastructure


PFA Consulting's infrastructure team provides consultancy services from feasibility studies through to the management and supervision of construction projects. Our infrastructure engineers, often working with our transport planners, are able to ensure practical engineering solutions are produced at the feasibility and planning stages of a project. Using the latest techniques and software we then prepare sustainable and cost effective detail designs for technical approval and construction.

Our experienced and well qualified engineers often act as the client's Project Manager and besides overseeing the design process they prepare contract documentation and supervise the works on site. In addition, our senior chartered engineers regularly provide expert evidence and legal advice on behalf of both private and public clients.



Key Infrastructure Services


  • Highway design
  • Drainage design
  • Flood risk assessments
  • Traffic engineering
  • Traffic Signals
  • Development infrastructure
  • Urban design
  • Project management


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    Key Infrastructure Experience


    Solstice Park Solstice Park is a 250 million business park development on a 65 hectare site near Amesbury in Wiltshire. It is one of the largest mixed-use business parks in central Southern England and is strategically located adjacent to the A303 trunk road.
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    Elvetham Heath, Fleet, Hampshire Elvetham Heath is a major urban extension to Fleet in Hampshire consisting of around 1,700 dwellings, village centre with primary school, nursery, church, community hall, retail facilities and commercial facilities. Read more >>



    East Calne Land availability figures suggested that a shortfall in housing was evident at Calne. PFA Consulting was commissioned initially to advise on access arrangements and then to support a planning application for around 350 dwellings as an urban extension.
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