One of the largest independently owned consultancies in the UK with offices in London, Stockport and Warrington.

What we do

An award winning civil, structural, rail and transportation consultancy formed in 1980. We work in collaboration with many local authorities to assist with the delivery of their municipal engineering projects and have an established reputation for providing the following services:


  • Section 38/278 highway design projects.
  • Feasibility studies.
  • Design, preparation of contract documents, procurement of contractors and site supervision of highway schemes; including bus corridor, cycle schemes, major junction improvements, traffic calming, car parks and new roads.
  • Street lighting design.
  • Highways project management.


  • Feasibility studies and scheme cost estimates.
  • Inspection and Assessments.
  • Asset Management.
  • Detailed design.
  • Preparation of Contract Documents.
  • Site supervision

Drainage and Flood Risk Management

  • Site inspections and surveys.
  • Cover and invert level surveys.
  • CCTV inspections and SOND tracing.
  • Computer modelling using Micro Drainage®.
  • Sizing and specification of attenuation volume.
  • Design of control measures to restrict off-site flows into the public sewer.
  • Design of infiltration solutions.
  • Source control measures.
  • Improved field areas to aid land drainage
  • Site specific Flood Risk Assessments (FRAs).
  • Strategic flood risk and consequence assessments.
  • Modelling and mapping studies

In addition to providing consultancy packages of work, Wilde provides staff to many public sector organisations from junior to director level to work on secondment. The secondments provide specialist short term additional skills, assist with delivering peaks in workload and provide cover for short term periods of absence.

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