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Piers Turnbull joins Eadon Consulting from Atkins where he worked as a graduate engineer within their nuclear design business in Rotherham. Piers studied engineering at Durham before joining Atkins, where he gained experience in a varied range of mechanical engineering projects both within the nuclear field and the wider energy and defence sectors. One example project worked on was a finite element… Read More...

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Sep 62011
Sarah Lee joins Eadon from Halcrow Group Limited, where she was an assistant engineer in the nuclear section of the Power division. Prior to this Sarah worked for the NHS as a clinical engineer and for adidas as a design engineer. Sarah studied mechanical engineering at Aston University, and throughout her career has applied finite element analysis to the design and development of a range of engineering… Read More...

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Eadon are pleased to announce that the final stage of their ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems certification process is complete.  We have been working to a formal quality system right from day one but have worked to improve the system and ensure that everything implemented compliments rather than hinders the day to day engineering designs that we produce. The certification applies to all work… Read More...

Posted in: General

Last week saw Eadon Consulting attend the Crown Estate UK Offshore Wind Supply Chain Event at York Race Course. The timely event was held the day after offshore planning consent was granted for the EON Humber Gateway Round 2 wind farm. The event organised by Yorkshire Forward and One North East was well attended by approximately 400 delegates and featured presentations by many of the major developers… Read More...

Posted in: Power Generation, Renewable Energy, Wind Power

Eadon Consulting is in an excellent position to assist with the generation of solutions for Nuclear Decommissioning and Radioactive Waste projects and are able to draw on experience gained from a wide range of industry sectors Nuclear Decommissioning and Radioactive Waste management is a hot topic. The efficient and safe decommissioning of Nuclear facilities and the disposal of Nuclear waste is important… Read More...

Posted in: Nuclear

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology is expected to contribute a significant proportion of the UK’s energy supply over the coming decades. It offers reliable, economical power with no direct carbon emissions into the atmosphere. The Yorkshire and Humberside region gives huge potential for the adoption of CCS, with corresponding potential for innovation and growth in the local supply chain. Friday… Read More...

Posted in: Renewable Energy

Feb 82011
Älvsborg Bridge, Sweden - View from the south tower. Image courtesy of The Spencer Group Following on from their recent success with Humber Bridge Gantries, Eadon Consulting have once again been employed as gantry designer by The Spencer Group to design gantries for the Älvsborgsbron in Gothenburg. At just 933m long, the Älvsborgsbron is on a different scale to the Humber Bridge but presents its… Read More...

Posted in: Access & Lifting Equipment, Bridges, Movable Structures

Eadon have designed new Ekki timber lock gates to replace those at Netham Lock on the Feeder Canal Following their work on Junction Lock Swing Bridge at Bristol Docks, Eadon have designed new Ekki timber lock gates to replace those at Netham Lock on the Feeder Canal. The Feeder canal is the inland link between the River Avon and Bristol’s famous floating harbour which dates back to 1809. The gates… Read More...

Posted in: Lock Gates, Waterways

Solidworks image of Killaloe Canal Lock Flow Gates One of the major elements of the Waterways Ireland Project to repair and widen the walls of the Killaloe Canal and install Flow Control Gates has passed a significant milestone with the completion of the fabrication of the flow control gates and stop logs. The fabrications are now being painted prior to being delivered to site for the structural… Read More...

Posted in: Lock Gates, Waterways

Christopher Simm joins Eadon having spent the last 2 years working as a contract Senior Project Engineer for various independent design consultancies. Prior to this he worked for Arup USA in Boston, Massachusetts, following 3 years at White Young Green Plc as a Structural Engineer. Chris studied Civil and Structural Engineering at the University of Sheffield, and has extensive experience in civil… Read More...

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