We are engineers

Whitby Wood is an engineering consultancy.
We are independent, international and forward-thinking. And we love a challenge.

We work on the structural and civil engineering design of buildings and urban infrastructure, providing professional services for clients working in all sectors. We support sustainable construction, and we work hard to develop practical cost-effective design solutions, for projects large and small.

Working closely with like-minded colleagues in diverse engineering fields, we make sure we can see the whole technical challenge a project presents. Our work is based on in-depth knowledge of best practice — locally, nationally and internationally — and an openness to innovation. Key ingredients in our approach are regular re-evaluation of processes, willingness to embrace and develop new technologies and materials, a strong sense of societal and environmental responsibility, and confidence in the abilities of our team members.


High rise buildings, commercial offices, residential projects of all scales, house extensions, refurbishments, retail, sports and leisure, arts projects, public open space, cross-laminated timber construction, urban regeneration projects, conservation and adaptation projects …

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Lodha Crown, Thane

Lodha Crown

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Seven residential towers for the township of Thane in Maharashtra. Design solutions that make the most of economies of scale.
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Transcon Skycity Fortune 500

Transcon Skycity Fortune 500

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Twin 220m residential towers and a shared non-orthogonal parking podium, in West Mulund, Mumbai, for Transcon Group.
on site
Tolworth Tower

Tolworth Tower project gains planning consent

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November 2019
First phase: tower refurbishment and adaptation, retaining the distinctive concrete frame
Queen's Quarter

Queen’s Quarter

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A cluster of four new residential high-rise for central Croydon in London's south, the tallest of which is 35 storeys.
on site