Having celebrated our 25th Anniversary in 2022, Addison Project is a multi-discipline engineering project management/design organisation with offices located in Cheshire, Lancashire and Middlesbrough. We grew out of the ICI operations at Hillhouse and Runcorn and offer an in-house design capability of around 150 people, together with a full range of CDM services and associated procurement capability.
Our contracts range from hundreds of pounds for some minor drawing updates, to providing engineering resources on client premises, through to plant modifications and de-bottlenecking projects, all the way up to managing and executing turn-key projects in excess of £100M.
What truly sets us apart from our competitors though is our people and how we work very closely with our customers to add value, not cost, to their projects. We put our customers’ business success as our number one priority, often working as an extension of your own in-house resources and becoming a true engineering partner sharing your goals and beliefs.
Alongside our customers’ needs, safety is our number one priority and through our design teams we engineer out unplanned events, where the greatest risks are found. We are ISO9001 and Achilles UVDB accredited, and it is no coincidence that we have received the prestigious ROSPA Presidents Award for our excellent safety record for 24 consecutive years.
Our staff cover all of the Process, Mechanical & Piping, Electrical, Instrumentation, Civil and Structural disciplines, supported by a strong Project Management team. In addition, we can offer support functions such as Procurement from our other locations. Technical HSE and related CDM site support is brought in as and when required and it is our preference that this is based on site during the project delivery phase.
Allied to this is our capacity to provide specialist services such as 3D laser scanning/modelling, HV engineering up to and including 33kV, pipe stressing, DSEAR, ATEX and pressure relief sizing. A lot of our business involves the day to day running of process plants, we are particularly strong in ‘cut and carve’ projects, site modifications and improvements. We provide engineering support on a regular basis to over forty clients.
We have successfully worked in partnership with organisations across the whole industrial sector, some for over two decades. These include numerous blue chip and multinational businesses with exacting standards. We fully believe that this places us in an ideal position to support client requirements over the coming years.
We believe it is vital to embed sustainability into our daily business, ensuring that we have minimal impact, address wider global climate change concerns and contribute to international goals.
We are committed to protecting the environment and preventing pollution and complying with environmental legislation and regulation. Additionally, we also want to help our customers, supply chain and any other collaborative parties to reduce their impact. We have many examples where we have designed practical solutions to reduce those environmental impacts, including energy consumption, pollution and waste, and protection of our local communities, biodiversity and ecosystems.