Our multi-disciplinary design and engineering consultancy brings a long heritage of expertise to clients who demand exceptional results in the education, healthcare and custodial sectors. Our approach is to develop sustainable buildings that deliver long-term savings and enduring value, benefitting the communities for which they are designed.
BakerHicks’ clients are seeking sustainable and flexible buildings which nurture, foster creativity and deliver engaging environments.
Our heritage in construction means that one of our principal strengths is the ability to facilitate co-ordination between disciplines.
This fluid and natural collaboration means we can deliver the most challenging and complex public sector projects with quicker response and delivery times through better communication, leading to improved co-ordination.
We work as a national company with partners in healthcare, custodial, primary, secondary and further/higher education sectors. This provides local delivery with a proactive, hands-on approach that guarantees focus on detail and understanding of the specific requirements of each project.
Our national office network means that we can provide close support to our highly-experienced teams in the field, ensuring continuity and cost-effective delivery.
Our proven track record encompasses the successful handover on budget and on time of award winning health centres, hospitals, prison facilities, schools and universities. We were engineers for the first primary school in the UK to achieve an ‘Outstanding’ BREEAM rating.
Our dedicated approach delivers client-focused solutions to every challenge we face.
Planning in Principle submitted for new Scottish prison featuring BakerHicks' designs
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Design and engineering firm attends Williamwood High School STEM Fair
Robbie McKillop, BakerHicks’ director for Public Sector, talks nurture, nature and success