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About Morgan Tucker
Morgan Tucker is a leading independent engineering consultancy with offices throughout the UK.
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Morgan Tucker is a leading independent engineering consultancy with offices throughout the UK. Since inception in 2005, Morgan Tucker has expanded to become an agile engineering consultancy providing expert services in highways, traffic and transportation, civil engineering design, structural engineering design, planning and environment, building services design, rail infrastructure, masterplanning and BIM.
Morgan Tucker is committed to a client-focused service. As an independently owned business, it is able to accommodate every client need, demonstrating agility at every turn. It continues to recruit the best professionals and consultants in the industry who are unafraid to challenge a brief, are skilled at problem solving and dedicated to providing the highest quality service on every project.
Morgan Tucker’s stand-out projects have included providing transport services for the Lincoln Transport Hub, a full traffic and civil engineering service for Ballymore’s £120m London City Island development and working in partnership with KGDMT and Tusker Engineering on a £20m hotel resort in Oman for Alila Hotels and Resorts.
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