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Welcome to Create Consulting Engineers Ltd

Create is a group of specialist consulting engineers and sustainability consultants providing a wide range of technical services to the construction and property industry. Our teams help our clients develop projects and infrastructure by providing technical planning support and design advice based around six core elements:

  • Water - Supply, Flood Risk and Sustainable Drainage
  • Energy - Renewables, Efficiency and Carbon Management
  • Transport - Transportation, Travel Planning and Highway Design
  • Environment - Site Investigation, Contamination, Air Quality and Noise
  • Structures - New Build, Refurbishment, Pre-Acquisition Surveys
  • Building Services - Mechanical, Electrical, Public Health and Environmental Engineering


  • Barrow on Soar Parish Council
  • Broadland District Council
  • Essex County Council
  • London & Quadrant Housing Trust
  • London Borough of Waltham Forest
  • South Norfolk Council

Our technical masterplanning, project management and expert witness services cross our six core business areas. All of our services are focused on the practical development of solutions to your problems, overcoming hurdles and finding ways to make things happen.

Create is an independent consultancy, able to offer impartial and confidential advice regarding your project. Our services are tailored to suit your requirements. To find out more about how we can get your project not only moving, but delivered;


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