Tony Gee and Partners – a history in pictures

Tony Gee and Partners is celebrating 40 years in business this November and in those four decades the firm has become recognised as the first choice for contractors and clients with a tricky problem to solve. The business started out designing bridge erection gantries but breakthroughs into other arenas followed, including designs for the foundations of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank in 1981. Since then the consultant has been involved in groundbreaking work on the M25 Gade Viaduct, Dornoch Firth launched bridge, Marsh Mills replacement viaducts, Broadgate Exchange House and Wembley stadium all the way up to helping with repairs to the railway at Dawlish after the storms this year.  Take a look at the firm’s story.