Severn Partnership - Our story

Our clients

  • We employed Severn Partnership to survey the designated areas on all the above projects, including the river profiles, which included boat work, and railway embankments, prior to submitting our predicted tunnelled profiles for approval.  The information was to the highest standards and complied fully with  stringent Environment Agency requirements.  

    Delta Civil Engineering
  • ‘Thank you to the team at Severn Partnership who overcame very challenging circumstances to deliver a timely, comprehensive and very user friendly GPR survey for Shifnal town centre. The output was produced on time and within budget and has saved us many hours of frustrating tweaks and changes to our designs thanks to the extremely accurate data. The survey is now being used and providing confidence to a number of our teams to formulate their designs which, in turn, has successfully lead to greater efficiencies and cost savings for us and our clients. I look forward to using their services again’.  

    Paul Field-Williams IEng. FIHE

    Associate

    Shrewsbury, UK

  • Arup have a long-standing relationship with The Severn Partnership that has resulted in a ‘best in class’ approach to their rail-based topographical survey works throughout the UK and Ireland. Logistically complex and large sites are considered to be a speciality, which coupled with the advantages of the latest surveying techniques maintains their place as a preferred supplier

    Arup
  • Severn partnership completed a BIM for Infrastructure ( BIM4I ) project, here is the client testimonial. "Thank you for all the excellent work carried out on the Runcorn Viaduct Project, everybody has been impressed within Hyder at the quality of the deliverables" Richard Jackson Survey Manager Hyder Consulting (UK) Limited

    Hyder Consulting UK
  • The thoroughness of the results demonstrated the tenacity of the survey team in getting all possible data, which we were delighted with. Throughout the contract they were excellent communicators and delivered the results on time.

    University of Cumbria