Beckett Rankine is widely regarded as the leading UK owned marine civil engineering consultancy. Our dedicated engineers are passionate about delivering high quality and appropriate design solutions – wherever in the world we are working. Many Beckett Rankine designs have been ground-breaking, such as planning the world’s largest man-made harbour at Ras Laffan in Qatar, our award- winning passenger piers on the Thames, and our innovative designs for concrete pontoon systems. We have a busy R&D programme and are active in a number of international research teams.
Beckett Rankine plans, designs, procures and manages the construction, restoration and repair of:
- Jetties, Quays, and Piers
- Marinas and Small Craft Facilities
- Locks and Dock Gates
- Diving and Underwater Engineering
- Marine Renewable Energy
- Port Development and Expansion
- Bridges and Linkspans
- Cargo and Passenger Handling
- Historic vessels
- Coastal Defences
- Floating Ports
- Ro Ro Facilities
- Container Handling
- Dry and Liquid Bulk Berths
- Fast Ferry Terminals
- Waterfront Development
Exactly what services do Beckett Rankine provide?
What sort of installations do Beckett Rankine tackle?
We plan, design and manage the construction of marine infrastructure projects worldwide. Our projects include port and harbour structures, cargo and passenger handling facilities, dredging, land reclamation, breakwaters and coast protection works.
Our projects cover the full size range of ports from some of the World’s largest new port developments to small yacht harbours. Our experience of designing ports includes work in the most demanding locations on Earth; from ice-bound Northern Siberia to the Middle East; from hurricane-prone Caribbean Islands to the land-locked Caspian Sea; from the crowded river Thames to isolated North Korea.