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Thomasons and Clear Structures rebrand reflects business growth

Civil and structural engineering firm Thomasons is one of our most established clients, having formed in 1947. After decades of success, it has recently undergone an exciting new rebrand to reflect its ongoing business growth and future direction.

Thomasons has been continuously expanding since its inception, and has refreshed not only its own brand and website, but that of its off-shoot glass engineering consultancy Clear Structures, showcasing the extensive range of services across all the sectors in which they boast expertise. Each company also has an exciting new logo, to coincide with the refreshing of the brands.

Nick Russell, Senior Director at Thomasons, who recently won an Expert Witness Award, says: “Our business has grown and matured significantly in recent years and it felt the right time to signal the changes in our practice with more dynamic and modern corporate identities. The new websites give an insight into the breadth of our work and the many high-profile projects in which we are involved.  We have exciting plans for the future and look forward to working with our many partners as we continue to develop our business and services, both in the UK and internationally.”

Thomasons isn’t the only company that has rebranded recently – you’re reading this on our dynamic new website, and our client Ecoled has also redesigned its website and logo too.

Thomasons makes great strides towards its Next award!

It was another successful day for PHM client Thomasons yesterday, as the civil and structural engineering firm discovered it’s in the running for another award to add to its string of accolades – this time for its retail project in Solihull.

The project, by Thomasons Birmingham, to transform a retail unit for Next, in Solihull, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Low Carbon Leader category of the 2016 New Civil Engineer 100 Awards. These brand new awards recognise firms that are leading the way in showcasing outstanding civil engineering practices.

Thomasons’ project for Next has already won a prestigious Institution of Structural Engineers regional award and was described by the judges as “an excellent example of engineering prowess”. It involved complex and significant alterations to a single storey 35,000 sq ft retail unit to boost the floor space. A new mezzanine floor was added, which required raising the entire roof by 1.5 metres.

The winners will be announced at the New Civil Engineer 100 Awards on 11th May 2016 in London. We’ll keep a close eye on it and report back, and if you’d like to find out more about this project click here, and for other news from Thomasons, visit www.thomasons.co.uk/news/.