Now providing commercial and domestic structural surveys and calculations for solar panel installations

Welcome to Foulkes Jackson Fewings

Civil and Structural Engineers covering Cornwall, Devon and now Bristol

First established by Dr Michael Foulkes in 1986 the practice was set up to provide engineering services to local architects and builders in Cornwall. The practice has since expanded into its current form and as Foulkes Jackson Fewings it now offers a comprehensive and individual service throughout both the South West region and nationwide that encompasses the many aspects of civil and structural engineering, including Devon and Cornwall, Bristol and other areas of Somerset.

The practice engages in a range of projects in the domestic, agricultural, commercial and public sectors. The range of work encompassed in these sectors is highly diverse. We provide a range of specialist services from boroscopic investigation and geotechnical survey reports, specialist foundation design, superstructure structural design and highways works.

In particular it has also developed substantial experience in smaller scale domestic works which typically involve structural design for extensions, loft conversions, retaining walls, underpinning works and structural surveys for mortgage purposes. For a full list please see our services page.

Whatever the scale or type of work, it is undertaken to the highest standard with an adherence to detail.

Latest News

We are expanding! We can now offer our civil and structural engineering services in Bristol and the surrounding area. Please contact us for more information on our civil and structural engineering services in the Bristol area...

"Foulkes Jackson Fewings provided the structural engineering design for the foundation and arch braced oak frame at Carn House, Canworthy Water. The project was a great success and currently featured in Cornwall Life Magazine. To read the article please click here. The new frame was installed whilst keeping the existing swimming pool in place which gave rise to some interesting considerations during the formation of the foundations. Due to the relatively shallow pitch of the arched frame roof bespoke lateral bar ties were specified to avoid adverse spread. These bars were hidden within the upper tie to retain the traditional aesthetic of the oak frame."

Architects: Catchfrench Design   |   Frame Joiners: Good Life Joinery

LABC Building Excellence Awards Reginal Finalists

Launceston Town Hall Renovation Works

Case Study

In 2010 the iconic Launceston Town Hall and the attached Guildhall underwent substantial renovation works. The two buildings were built side by side in the 19th century, the Guildhall in 1851...

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