Our new office…

James Mewis (Director) With Councillor S J Reynolds (Mayor of Telford 2017)

As work loads increase and the team rapidly expands, March 2017 saw the opening of JNM Engineering Ltd’s new office located in Ironbridge, Shropshire, the birthplace of the industrial revolution and home to the first Bridge to be constructed of cast Iron designed by Thomas Farnolls Pritchard in 1773.

The office opening created a great networking event which attracted local media attention and helped raise awareness for local charities.

About JNM Engineering Ltd

This year, JNM celebrates 12 years of business. In 2006, James Mewis opened the Civil Engineering Consultancy and over the last 12 years has managed to build a reputable reputation within the sector, both internationally and within the UK.

Our portfolio as a civil design consultancy boasts developments ranging from small housing schemes to major redevelopments including, drainage design, highway design, civil structural design, flood risk assessments, flood prevention schemes and modelling of commercial airports.

Our engineers have been involved in the following projects…

University of London, Senate House, London
Civil Engineering and Drainage design works for proposed extension atrium and offices

AYESA – Gibraltar Airport
Design of all associated drainage, boat slipways and diversion to haul road around airport runway.

Ministry of Defence, Donnington, England
The design of Tank Test track facility

A5, Northern Ireland (£60m)
Involved in successful tender bid for Road and infrastructure design work, full apron design and service routing. Followed work through to detailed design.

High Speed Rail 2 (Birmingham – London)
Involved in the preparation of successful tender documents and preliminary drawings. Design of emergency shaft escapes and Muster assembly points with all associated infrastructure design.

Hoist quip – Mongolia – Crane Design
Foundation design to a 250-ton moveable crane

Gautrain, Gauteng, South Africa
Involved in the preparation of successful tender documents and preliminary drawings for stations, Rosebank, Sandton and Marlboro. Design of emergency shaft escapes and Muster assembly points with all associated infrastructure design. Also including Mechanical and electrical design of services and communications ducting.

Iraq and Afghanistan Hall Roads (American ministry of defence)
Involved in preparation of tender bid for all haul roads and surrounding area of the Iraq and Afghanistan military bases including Woody crossings and Road geometry and alignments.

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster
Sheffield
Full detailed design and modelling of approximately 18km of drainage including clean and dirty attenuation, pump stations and flow diversion chambers for on-site pollution control system.

Birmingham Airport Terminal 2
Remote Stands
Involved in successful tender bid for apron expansion and associated car park/highway realignment works and full apron design and service routing. Followed work through to detailed design and acted as on-site design representative.

Manchester Airport, Moss Nock
Car Park
Design of attenuation/sustainable Urban Drainage System for the 5ha Car Park with limited discharge.

Manchester Airport West Apron
Expansion
Reviewed an existing Hydro-works module to determine discharge rates and design a new drainage system with allowances for further apron expansion.

Dickens Heath Residential and Commercial redevelopment
(Solihull)
Full detailed geometrical road design of £63 million redevelopment in Solihull, including roundabout design and ground modelling exercises to ascertain a cut and fill balance.

Numerous Residential Design Schemes
Worked for many housing developers on sites ranging from small 6 house developments through to 140 house developments, designing roads and sewers to adoptable standards and gaining Section 38 and Section 104 approvals.

Vanbrugh Modular Housing System
JNM Engineering Ltd holds the design rights and copyright of the innovative steel framed modular housing system. This innovative concept has been designed to be cost effective, sustainable and energy efficient offering bespoke flexible design to suit client’s requirements.



Dear all,

In light of the concerns over the COVID 19 outbreak, we wanted to send this courtesy email to our clients to reassure them that should plans be put in place by our Government to follow procedures other countries have followed by enforcing a lockdown, staff at JNM Engineering have been preparing to work from home in this event.

All staff are fully equipped to continue to work to meet client deadlines in the event the office needs to close.

Our phone lines will remain open and a call divert service is already operational to ensure you are able to contact the member of staff working on your matter.

We are closely monitoring the situation and are taking steps to ensure the safety of our staff and clients and therefore have contingency plans in place for video conferencing if necessary.

We are confident that by making a collective effort to remain operational during the hours of 9am-5pm, we will hopefully reduce as much as possible the effects of this unprecedented challenge.

Wishing you all good health.