Swansea Structural Engineering

Swansea Structural Engineering

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Swansea Civil Engineering & Structural Engineering Services

About Grade Consulting

Grade Consulting provide site management, structural engineering and civil engineering consultancy for road and drainage analysis, flood risk assessments, site surveying, RSJ and linter design and full site management from project planning to through to site completion.

Our team of highly skilled engineers specialise in ‘construction project management’, ‘structural engineering’ services. We combine skill and precision for all clients ranging from property development and managing a large highway designs. If you would like to discuss your project please contact us for a free initial telephone consultation, we will be happy to provide advice and a quotation.

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Experts in Construction Project Management in Swansea

If you would like to discuss your project with us, please contact us for advice and we’ll be happy to discuss your site management requests.

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Trusted Project Managers in SwanseaContact us today to discuss the requirements for your next project.

About Swansea, South Wales

Swansea is a coastal city in the South West region of Wales, located in the county of Swansea. It is the second most populous city in Wales after Cardiff, and is situated on the Swansea Bay of the Bristol Channel.

The city is known for its beaches, maritime heritage, and the Gower Peninsula, which is the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Swansea also has a rich industrial history and was once a major center for copper smelting and coal mining. Today, the city is home to a number of universities, museums, and cultural institutions, as well as a bustling waterfront area.

The National Waterfront Museum

Swansea’s National Waterfront Museum in Swansea can be found in the Maritime Quarter of the city. The museum tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales over the past 300 years, with a focus on the people, places and industries that have shaped the country. 

The popular tourist spot explores themes such as the Industrial Revolution, maritime history, transport and energy, and the impact of these on the people and communities of Wales.

Within you’ll find several galleries including “Power to the People” which tells the story of energy generation and distribution in Wales, “Waterfront Stories” which explores the history of Swansea’s waterfront, and “The Making of Wales” which looks at the country’s industrial heritage. It also features interactive exhibits, artifacts, and hands-on activities for visitors of all ages.

The National Waterfront Museum is located in a restored grade II listed building and it’s a great way to learn more about the history and culture of Swansea and Wales.

Swansea City Football Club

Swansea City AFC, also known as the Swans, is a professional football club based in Swansea, Wales.  The club was founded in 1912 and currently competes in the English Football League Championship, the second tier of English football.

The Swans have had a relatively successful history, having won the Football League Trophy in 2006 and the Football League Cup in 2013. They also gained promotion to the English Premier League in 2011, becoming the first Welsh club to play in the top tier of English football. They played in the Premier League for 7 seasons before being relegated to the Championship in 2018. The club plays its home matches at the Liberty Stadium, which has a capacity of 21,088. The team’s traditional colours are white and black, and the club crest features the Welsh Dragon. The team’s current manager is Steve Cooper.

The stadium has a capacity of 21,088 making it the largest in the City, dwarfing the 2022 Swansea Arena’s 3,500 capacity. Previous names for the stadium include the White Rock Stadium while under construction, it then became New Stadium Swansea in 2005 before gaining it’s best known title as the Liberty Stadium in 2005. This title remained until 2021 before it became the Swansea.com stadium which remains in 2023.

Swansea University

Swansea University is a public research university located in Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom. It was founded in 1920 as University College of Swansea and gained its university status in 2007. It offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in a wide range of disciplines, including arts and humanities, engineering, medicine, business, and science. The university has been consistently ranked as one of the top universities in the UK for student satisfaction and employability.

The Bay Campus can be found in Swansea Bay, having opened in 2015 and is home to the College of Engineering and the School of Management. The campus features state-of-the-art facilities, including a £450 million Engineering and Computer Science building, a £30 million Great Hall and Conference Centre, and a £5.5 million Sport and Wellbeing Village. The Bay Campus is also home to the National Waterfront Museum, which explores the industrial and maritime history of Wales. The campus is located in a prime waterfront location, offering views of Swansea Bay and the Gower Peninsula.