PJMGC continuously strive to keep Sustainability at the heart of all our activities. We continuously look for new ideas and techniques to reduce the energy demands, use of water and production of waste of the buildings we design. We select materials and construction methods that minimize the carbon impact of the building process and encourage the use of local, natural materials.

Our goal is to minimize the impact that our activities and the buildings we design have on our environment.

We have a reputation for delivering exceptional structural design creativity, allowing Architectural flair in the creation of high quality built environments. Designing Cost effective and buildable value engineered structures is a core facet of our structural department.

Using the latest 3 dimensional Engineering design Modelling software and finite element structural design analysis packages our team of Structural Engineers produce structural designs that we are proud to expose.


Fully integrated coordinated structural models are produced and rendered, to ensure that the Client no longer has to be dependent on 2d drawings, but can virtually see and walk through their building which enhances their capabilities to manage their building into the future.

The use of building information management systems such as Revit and BIM has just been introduced into our structural engineering division.


  • Building Design (Including one-off Houses and Extensions)
  • Engineering Reports
  • Temporary Works Design
  • Value Engineering
  • Subsidence Investigation
  • Structural Engineering
  • Structural Reports
  • Structural / Pre Purchase House Surveys
  • Condition / Dilapidation Reports
  • Pyrite Investigation


  • Crack Monitoring
  • Underpinning Designs
  • Civil Engineering
  • Building Conservation
  • Project Management
  • Construction Supervision
  • Planning Permission
  • Certificates of Compliance
  • Fire Safety Certificates
  • Expert Witness Reports
  • Legal Mapping



  • A More Sustainable Model of Building Procurement
  • Address Economic & Environmental Issues in Construction
  • Waste in Construction
  • Buildings Cost Too Much to Build
  • Buildings Cost Too Much to Operate
  • Buildings responsible for 50% of CO2 Emissions
  • 30% of the cost of construction is wasted in the field due to –
  • Coordination errors
  • Wasted material, labour inefficiencies
  • Other problems in the current construction approach