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Innovative Designs for Challenging Schemes

We are an award winning, multi-disciplinary engineering practice that has provided high quality, leading edge services in civil, structural and infrastructure engineering disciplines for more than 35 years.


arrowTully De'Ath has grown steadily since it was started in 1979 and is now acknowledged as a leading engineering consultancy in the South East.

arrowThe practice operates from Forest Row in East Sussex and St Saviours Wharf, London. We have a staff complement of around 50 and an annual turnover of over £2.6m.


arrowWe are involved in some one hundred projects a year ranging from less than £1m to over £100m, with a total contract value of over £250m.

arrowThrough our project base we are well established and respected amongst Local Authorities, Utilities, Contractors, Architects and other professional services.


arrowWe are confident that our excellent reputation would significantly contribute to any design team.

arrowWe believe our on-going success is founded on providing commercially minded solutions.


arrowOur engineers are conscious of the need to ensure we are integral to the design team, going beyond our clients expectations and driven by controlling costs.

arrowWe have Investors in People, ISO 9001 and CHAS accreditation.

Clients come to us for our expertise and experience and return to us because of our team and the way we work. We provide the full range of civil and structural engineering services including:

Feasibility Research

Pre Planning

Early review and feasibility work

Master Planning

Facilitating other services

Infrastructure Development



Remediation and Contamination

Environmental Impact Assessments

Flood Risk Assessments

Traffic Planning

Traffic Impact Assessments

Travel Plan co-ordinator

Sustainable Urban Drainage (SUDS)

Railway involvement

Structural Design

Specialist Experience of all Modern Methods of Construction

Extensive Refurbishment Experience

Listed buildings


Post Tensioned concrete


Canal work