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James joins us as an engineer who will be working on a wide variety of projects. Whilst completing a mechanical engineering degree at Heriot Watt University, James was involved in a variety of interesting projects, ranging from CFD analysis of cascading aerofoils to designing a hot water solar array system for colder climates. During his […]

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Eadon Consulting welcomes Daniel Cunningham, having studied Mechanical Engineering at The University of Sheffield, he joins the company as a Graduate Engineer and will be starting his career with Eadon focusing on CAD support for a range of current projects before moving on to build his knowledge of calculations and analysis. During his studies, Daniel […]

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Today (14th August 2019) the Municipality of Copenhagen celebrated the opening of its latest bridge across the harbour – the Lille Langebro (Little Langebro). The project was funded by Realdania as a gift to the city. The bridge is a twin swing pedestrian and cycle bridge located next to the iconic Langebro (hence the new […]

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Groundbreaking technology that could help the nuclear energy industry deal with major clean-up challenges was the showcase centrepiece of an event recently attended by Sellafield and National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) staff. On show was a small camera, remotely controlled by a mobile phone app. Moving along a track, it showed how areas currently very difficult […]

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Today (3rd June 2019) saw the preview of the Thames Barrier Bridge as part of the Royal Academy of Arts 2019 Summer Exhibition. We have been assisting architects Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands and marine engineers Beckett Rankine with their proposal for a new pedestrian and cycle bridge next to the Thames barrier. The proposed bridge provides […]

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Eadon Consulting welcomes Liam Rudge who joined the team in April of 2019. He arrives having spent the majority of his career in the materials handling sector. Liam has 14 years’ experience working for Siemens VAI, Lechler, Philford Design Engineers & SCX Special Projects. During this time he has gained a lot of experience, from […]

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Eadon Consulting is part of the team working with civil engineering contractor, BAM Nuttall, that has won the contract for the first stage of completing Lowestoft’s Lake Lothing Third Crossing. Eadon Consulting will be performing the initial design of the mechanical, electrical and hydraulic components, including the lifting cylinders and the treadplates. Eadon Consulting will […]

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We hope you’ve all had a great Christmas and New Year break. We’re all back at our desks, refreshed and ready for 2019. There’s plenty to look forward to. In the nuclear sector we are due to demonstrate two key innovations, one in the access and inspection field and the other for waste storage. These […]

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As 2018 draws to a close we’ve been reflecting back on some of the great projects we’ve been fortunate to work on and some of the other enjoyable moments from the year. Several new moving bridge projects got under way. The design for the new lift bridge in Bermuda was revealed to the public, this […]

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We believe that the data that we hold for our clients and develop as part of our work should be protected in the strongest ways and hence we are very pleased to announce that over the last few months we have been working towards and have achieved certification in the Government’s cyber security initiative, Cyber […]

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Beautiful beaches, palms and outstanding sunsets…the perfect location for a new bascule bridge! Here at Eadon we are really thrilled to work on such a project in Bermuda. The new movable bridge will replace the current bridge that connects the L. F. Wade International Airport with the town of St. Georges to the east. The […]

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Joseph Ashman, our new Graduate Engineer, recently attended an IABSE visit to Wimbledon’s new Court 1 moving roof. The £70m project, run by Sir Robert McAlpine, is in the final of its three phase installation plan which began in 2016. The new roof takes a similar form to its counterpart on Centre Court but will […]

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Last week James Hill attended the NIA’s Nuclear New Build Business Group meeting hosted by NAMRC.  This was an opportunity to be updated on current progress within the new build sector as well as to find out more about the Nuclear Sector Deal.  A range of presentations showed the current rate of progress being made […]

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