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Suffolk-based Breheny Civil Engineering opens regional office in Hampshire

PUBLISHED: 11:45 08 February 2018 | UPDATED: 11:45 08 February 2018

Suffolk-based Breheny Civil Engineering has opened a fifth regional office.

Suffolk-based Breheny Civil Engineering has opened a fifth regional office.


Suffolk-based Breheny Civil Engineering has opened a new satellite office in Petersfield, Hampshire, as a base for its teams working in central southern England.

Breheny, which has its head office at Creetiing St Mary, near Stowmarket, previously managed work in the area from its regional office in Addington, Kent.

“Due to the burgeoning workload and volume of opportunities in the counties of West Sussex, Hampshire, and Dorset, it was becoming evident that these counties would be better and more efficiently served by an office local to them,” said a company spokesman.

Breheny, which also has regional offices in Bicester, Doncaster and Huntingdon, is a member of the EADT/EDP Top 100 listing of the 100 largest companies, by turnover, in Suffolk and Norfolk.

It carries out a wide range of civil engineering work including road, rail, river, marine, utility and environmental contracts.

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