Technical & Engineering


Divider Infrastructure

A robust infrastructure is essential to economic functioning and growth, therefore it is the engineering profession which must be completely supported in developing the capacity and skills needed for adaptation. 

The infrastructure required for each individual infrastructure development is unique, and the challenges facing engineers as they work on this type of project are great. Engineering (civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, architectural, building, etc.) is at the core of a successful economy and the infrastructure it develops directly affects the well-being of its citizens and the environment, for example the UK is investing £36 billion into infrastructure, which will support over 150,000 construction jobs.

Cordant’s engineering consultants cover all the main disciplines of development infrastructure and our primary objective is to consistently exceed the expectations of our clients and lead the recruitment sector through successful delivery of skilled engineers.

We appreciate that the increasing skills shortages, exasperated in the Engineering and Infrastructure sectors, combined with the need to hire the best people, will mean that future demand will always out strip supply. Therefore, as far as possible, we endeavour to use our expert knowledge and understanding of a client’s business to carefully match a candidate’s skills and aspirations to an appropriate role; achieving success for both client and candidate.


Typical Roles

Civil Engineers

Project Managers

Structural Architects


Structural EngineersĀ 

Lighting Engineers

Quantity Surveyors

Building Surveyors

Sector Specialisms