Flint & Neill

Flint & Neill
Limited Company
Industry Construction
Founded 1958[1]
Founder Tony Flint, Tony Neill[2]
Headquarters United Kingdom & Worldwide
Area served
United Kingdom
Key people
David MacKenzie, Ian Firth, Lars Hauge[2]
Services engineering consulting, Construction management
Parent COWI
Website www.flintneill.com/

Flint & Neill is a UK based firm of consulting civil and structural engineers. Flint & Neill was established as an engineering consultancy in 1958[2] and specialises mainly in the design, analysis, construction and maintenance of bridges, although they do also provide structural engineering services for other structures including buildings. The firm is a subsidiary of the Danish COWI Group and forms part of their Bridge, Tunnel and Marine Structures Division. From 1 January 2017 Flint & Neill will rebrand as COWI.[2]


Flint & Neill was formed in 1958 as a partnership by Tony Flint and Tony Neill. In 2008 the firm was bought by COWI, a Danish consulting engineering firm, and became a Limited Company.[2]


Notable projects

Bridge of Aspiration



The Institution of Structural Engineers presented Flint & Neill with 2 Awards during their Structural Awards ceremony: Schuman Bridge won the Award for Highway or Railway Bridge Structures and Greenwich Reach Swing Bridge won the Award for Pedestrian Bridges.

The British Construction Industry Awards awarded The Temporary Works Award to the QEII Bridge Joint Replacement Project, for which Flint & Neill were principal designers.


M48 Wye Bridge Expansion Joint Rocker Arm Replacement won the ICE Wales Cymru Project Award


The Saints Stadium Bridge, St Helens, UK was awarded a Commendation for High Standard of Design Achieved at The Structural Steel Design Awards

Castle Green Bridge was given the Award for Infrastructure (Small Firm) at the ACE Engineering Excellence Awards. The project also received a Commendation at The Structural Awards, in the Small Projects category.


The firm, together with Sinclair Knight Merz, won the Institution of Structural Engineers Supreme Award in 2012 for the West Gate Bridge Strengthening project.[10] The same project also won several other awards in the UK and Australia.[4]

The Bridge of Aspiration at the Royal Ballet School in Covent Garden in London won a 2004 RIBA Award.[11]


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