15 Oct 2021

International engineering consultancy, Royal HaskoningDHV is delighted to announce it has moved to a new office in Peterborough. 

On Friday 8 October a ribbon cutting ceremony took place, with employees joined by several Peterborough officials – including the Mayor, Mayoress and local MP, Shailesh Vara.
 
Speaking about the new office, which will see the company relocate from its current premises in Bretton, Royal HaskoningDHV’s UK Resident Director, Jonathan Bull, commented: “We are all very excited about this new office. It’s a great example of how we want to create a modern, healthy working environment that supports collaboration and creativity for our business in the UK. This is essential for attracting and retaining our future talent." 


“We’re sure this environment will inspire us as consultants and engineers to unlock our full potential in working together with our clients and partners in enhancing society together.”

The opening was attended by Mayor of Peterborough Stephen Lane and Mayoress Margaret Lane, as well as Deputy Mayor Mohammed Jamil and Deputy Mayoress Sughra Jamil. 

Shailesh Vara MP was also in attendance, alongside Peterborough Councillor Kirsty Knight, and Alistair Stirling who managed Royal HaskoningDHV (then operating as Posford Duvivier) from 1987 to 2005.

Royal HaskoningDHV is an independent consultancy with over 140 years’ experience in engineering. Over 6,000 employees work for the company in over 60 offices around the world – with their office in Peterborough being a major office in the UK. It will be home to 125 colleagues – as a part of a wider UK team of 600 professionals working across the country.

The new address is:
Royal HaskoningDHV
Westpoint
Peterborough Business Park
Lynch Wood
Peterborough PE2 6FZ
+44 (0)1733 334455
[email protected]

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