Surbiton, the Hop Exchange and a new postal address for LBA
A new postal address for LBA marks the start of another new chapter as we move more of the team into the Hop Exchange.
London Bridge Associates forms a new Consultants’ Network
We have formed the London Bridge Consultants’ Network (LBCN). Click through to find out more…
New LBA Strategic Partnership with US Consulting Company, HW Lochner.
LBA is pleased to announce the signing of an MoU with HW Lochner Inc.
A warm welcome to LBA’s first apprentice
It’s the start of a new chapter in LBA’s history as an apprentice joins our ranks…
BTS Underground Health & Safety Course 2021
Four of the LBA team will be speaking at the annual BTS Health & Safety course on 22nd & 23rd November, sharing their knowledge, experience and lessons learned.
LBA & Wooden Spoon
LBA sponsored the Kent team at the inaugural Wooden Spoon Vets Festival…
LBA’s new look
In the pre-pandemic early spring of 2020, London Bridge Associates was approaching its 20th anniversary.
To mark this milestone…
ICE London Civil Engineering Awards 2021
Many congratulations to our very own Divik Bandopadhyaya who has won the Volunteer of the Year award in the ICE London Civil Engineering Awards 2021.
Fusion 21’s Building Safety and Compliance Framework
We are very pleased to share the news that we have recently been appointed to Fusion 21’s Building Safety and Compliance Framework to carry out fire risk assessments and fire engineering consultancy.
Upgrade of the DART Coastal Network
LBA is proud to be supporting Arup on their recently-won contract to provide multi-disciplinary services for the upgrade of the DART coastal network.
Bob Ibell awarded James Clark Medal by the British Tunnelling Society
We are delighted and very proud that Bob Ibell, a founder, former Managing Director, former Chairman and still much-valued colleague and Director at London Bridge Associates Ltd.
Director of LBA interviews for a TunnelTalk article about HS2 London Tunnels
David Terry, a Director of LBA and the Tunnel Engineering Lead for SCS, was one of the interviewees for a TunnelTalk article about the excavation of the HS2 London Tunnels.
LBA and BS 9992
The comprehensive new British Standard on the fire safety aspects of railway station and tunnel design has been published with the aim of achieving an adequate standard of life safety in the event of a fire. LBA is proud to have been part of the committee who wrote this unprecedented code of practice, and looks forward to witnessing the benefits on future projects.