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One COWI in the United Kingdom

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​Former COWI subsidiaries, Flint & Neill and Donaldson Associates have rebranded as COWI in line with current strategy.

05.01.2017

​Effective January 1 2017, COWI owned companies Flint & Neill and Donaldson Associates became COWI UK Limited. The move brings together our specialist civil, structural and geotechnical engineering services in the UK, particularly within bridge, tunnel and marine infrastructure.

"Uniting all our activities in the UK under the COWI brand is a great step forward. In line with our strategy, we are consolidating all activities under one brand giving us access to virtually any project, no matter its size or complexity," says Lars Hauge, Regional Vice President for global Bridge, Tunnel and Marine services.

The newly merged company, COWI UK Limited has 250 employees across six offices who continue to provide the highest level of technical excellence in bridge, tunnel and marine engineering, allowing close collaboration with COWI around the world. This move will strengthen our capabilities and drive the growth of COWI in the UK delivering complex civil and structural engineering projects.

Donaldson Associates specialised in tunnels and underground engineering whereas Flint & Neill was a bridge and structural engineering specialist. Moving forward under the COWI brand they will improve COWI's market position and provide customers with a highly experienced team.

About COWI

​COWI is a leading consulting group that creates value for customers, people and society through our unique 360° approach. Based on our world-class competencies within engineering, economics and environmental science, we tackle challenges from many vantage points to create coherent solutions for our customer. With around 6500 employees, offices all over the world and more than 85 years of experience in the business, COWI is a leader within its field. 2015 net turnover: DKKm 5,577.

LAST UPDATED: 23.11.2017