We are a consulting firm of civil and structural engineers specialising in small to mid-size refurbishments and new build structural engineering projects. The business was established in 1993 and between our team of talented and specialist engineers we have more than 60 years experience working on projects within the London region. Our office is in Kings Cross and from here we have easy access to work over the whole of London and the home counties.
Whether you are an individual looking to develop your own property to get the best use of space, or a developer requiring engineering advice and assistance, we are able to provide a solution that will meet your requirements and for a price that we are sure you will be happy with.
At Martin Redston Associates we specialise in;
✔ Roof Conversions
✔ Domestic Extensions
✔ Internal and external refurbishment
✔ Retrofit Basements (including Impact Assessments for Planning)
✔ New build (housing, flats, offices)
✔ Retail refurbishment
✔ Party Wall structural advisory and back-up
✔ Structural damage assessments
✔ Structural materials failures investigation
✔ Cracking and Subsidence Investigations
✔ Television/Film set analysis
✔ Ground assessments (in association with geotechnical experts)
From the moment you instruct us you will find our service to be professional, efficient and reliable. The wealth of experience that we have allows our Engineers to discuss your project with you in detail but without using all the technical jargon that others consultants might.
Unlike other structural engineering companies we do not simply design a beam or structure for you and leave the project there (unless of course that is what you want). As consulting engineers we are on hand to help make sure that your project really works! We will work with your Architects and builders to design and implement the solutions you need within the time frame that you require and are then available to provide consultancy services for the contractor completing the build.
We work with both independent and private customers, improving and developing their own properties, along with insurance companies to provide structural analysis and many funding institutions to investigate structural failings.