ABOUT US

At Hartigan we recognise that each project is different and requires an individual approach.  The object and emphasis on every project is to engineer a solution which achieves the clients brief while being cost effective.  Our clients benefit from our comprehensive services. We take the projects from initial concept through design, detailing, to completion. With our dedicated personal service and high level of engineering skills, along with access to specialist consultants ensure that our clients’ desires are achieved and regularly exceeded.

For 37 years our dedicated employees have been offering a unique skill-set combining an understanding of traditional building techniques and materials, with access to state-of-the-art technology. We engage high calibre, highly qualified personnel; invest in training and maintain up-to-date computer systems to aid design, modelling, drafting and communications.

We have a broad client base with clients from both the private and public sector.  We have participated in some of the largest and most prestigious projects on the island, public buildings, utility providers, infrastructure, social housing, schools, sports facilities, commercial developments, welfare, hospitality, and private residences. We also provide a personal and professional service to smaller domestic projects undertaking new build, extensions, remedial works, modifications and works to historic structures.  Whatever the project, whatever the size; we have the team who can deliver with professionalism and integrity to bring your vision to fruition.

We strive to provide a high level of quality and efficiency and have completed an extensive quality assurance programme in which we developed an ISO9001 system which was certified by the British Assessment Bureau (BAB) in early 2019.  This assessment shows that we meet all of the requirements of the ISO9001 system.  Due to the certification provided by BAB we are able to show the UKAS crown as a further example of the quality system.

We also take our business and client security seriously and have obtained certification for a Cyber Essential approved company.  This certification shows that our systems are extremely robust in relation to cyber security.  As part of the preparation for this and for the continual accreditation all Hartigan staff undergo regular cyber security training provided by a third party.

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Meet the Team

STAFF MEMBERS

Colin Tadier

Managing Director

Andrew Romeril

Director (Civil/Structural)

Richard Sutton

Senior Engineer (Environmental/Geotechnical)

Agnieszka Cichy

Senior Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Colin Tadier

Managing Director

Andrew Romeril

Director (Civil/Structural)

Colin Tadier

| Eng, MICE, AMIStructE, MSc (Bldg Cons)
Managing Director

Colin’s career to date has taken him to the top of the largest multidisciplinary company of consulting engineers in the Channel Islands. Having worked for Jersey based engineering companies on both local and UK projects he has gained a broad depth of valuable experience. He has a high level of knowledge in structures and the condition of buildings and specialises in conservation engineering in which he holds a master’s degree.

"As engineers we are very fortunate; our work not only allows us to enhance the built environment but to provide a response where nature challenges us. We have great opportunities to engineer environmental solutions. It is our skills and passion that shape the future."

Andrew Romeril

| M Eng, C Eng, MIStructE, MICE
Director (Civil/Structural)

After graduating in 1997, Andy has worked as a structural engineer in both the UK and the Channel Islands before joining Hartigan in 2002. He has worked on a range of projects across both the private and the public sector, including residential, commercial, health care, industrial and educational buildings.

"Applying our specialist engineering knowledge to ensure that the dreams of our Clients and Architects are realised."

Richard Sutton

| BSc(Hons), MSc. FGS, EurGeol, CGeol, RoGEP, MCIWEM, C.WEM, CEnv
Senior Engineer (Environmental/Geotechnical)

Richard started work in 2004 for a small consulting practice in the UK, working on contaminated land before moving to a multinational consultancy to work on geotechnical and environmental projects around the UK.  He spent the time working on multiple government / large projects including gas pipelines for National Grid, settlement issues for Medway Hospitals, Ministry of Defence projects and projects for the States of Jersey.  In 2009 he moved to Jersey and worked as a consultant for a contractor before joining Hartigan in 2016.

He brings experience in contaminated land, geotechnical and environmental engineering and contracting.  He has been involved in projects such as Cheval Roc, a large stabilisation project, Dredging of St Helier Harbour where he undertook an environmental assessment, large-scale public-sector projects assessing environmental and geotechnical issues, including works at the new airport, new States offices and Clinical Waste Incinerator.

"A holistic approach to engineering looking at the environmental and engineering issues from concept to completion can save a client money and make the project more efficient."

Agnieszka Cichy

| M Eng, GradMICE
Senior Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Agnieszka joined Hartigan in 2014, having graduated in Structural and Civil Engineering from the Silesian University of Technology in Poland.  From the beginning she has been involved in many large and complex projects, gaining experience and contributing to many of the company’s achievements.  As an experienced Senior Engineer, Agnieszka is now working towards structural engineering chartership.

Colin Tadier

| Eng, MICE, AMIStructE, MSc (Bldg Cons)
Managing Director

Colin’s career to date has taken him to the top of the largest multidisciplinary company of consulting engineers in the Channel Islands. Having worked for Jersey based engineering companies on both local and UK projects he has gained a broad depth of valuable experience. He has a high level of knowledge in structures and the condition of buildings and specialises in conservation engineering in which he holds a master’s degree.

"As engineers we are very fortunate; our work not only allows us to enhance the built environment but to provide a response where nature challenges us. We have great opportunities to engineer environmental solutions. It is our skills and passion that shape the future."

Andrew Romeril

| M Eng, C Eng, MIStructE, MICE
Director (Civil/Structural)

After graduating in 1997, Andy has worked as a structural engineer in both the UK and the Channel Islands before joining Hartigan in 2002. He has worked on a range of projects across both the private and the public sector, including residential, commercial, health care, industrial and educational buildings.

"Applying our specialist engineering knowledge to ensure that the dreams of our Clients and Architects are realised."

Richard Sutton

Senior Engineer (Environmental/Geotechnical)

Agnieszka Cichy

Senior Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Richard Sutton

| BSc(Hons), MSc. FGS, EurGeol, CGeol, RoGEP, MCIWEM, C.WEM, CEnv
Senior Engineer (Environmental/Geotechnical)

Richard started work in 2004 for a small consulting practice in the UK, working on contaminated land before moving to a multinational consultancy to work on geotechnical and environmental projects around the UK.  He spent the time working on multiple government / large projects including gas pipelines for National Grid, settlement issues for Medway Hospitals, Ministry of Defence projects and projects for the States of Jersey.  In 2009 he moved to Jersey and worked as a consultant for a contractor before joining Hartigan in 2016.

He brings experience in contaminated land, geotechnical and environmental engineering and contracting.  He has been involved in projects such as Cheval Roc, a large stabilisation project, Dredging of St Helier Harbour where he undertook an environmental assessment, large-scale public-sector projects assessing environmental and geotechnical issues, including works at the new airport, new States offices and Clinical Waste Incinerator.

"A holistic approach to engineering looking at the environmental and engineering issues from concept to completion can save a client money and make the project more efficient."

Agnieszka Cichy

| M Eng, GradMICE
Senior Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Agnieszka joined Hartigan in 2014, having graduated in Structural and Civil Engineering from the Silesian University of Technology in Poland.  From the beginning she has been involved in many large and complex projects, gaining experience and contributing to many of the company’s achievements.  As an experienced Senior Engineer, Agnieszka is now working towards structural engineering chartership.

Monika Wojtkiewicz

Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Simon Vianello

Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Paul McMahon

Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Malgorzata McCarthy

Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Monika Wojtkiewicz

Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Simon Vianello

Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Monika Wojtkiewicz

| MSc, MICE, EngTEch
Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Monika graduated as an Environmental Engineer at Technical University in Gliwice (Poland). She joined Hartigan in 2007 for the first time as Engineering Technician (Environmental). She was working on some large projects as technician and also have an opportunity to do design as an engineer. She took a break from work to look after her children and recently re-join company with determination to develop her career.

Simon Vianello

| Eng, MICE, AMIStructE, PGDip (Bldg Cons)
Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Simon commenced his career at 16 years of age, studying part-time whilst working for a Civil & Structural Engineering Consultant and qualifying as an Incorporated Structural Engineer in 2000.

Simon works mainly with traditional buildings, applying a conservation-based approach to structural alterations and repair. With an early grounding in measurement surveys and structural detailing, Simon is able to apply these skills to condition surveys of traditional buildings and to recording historic structures. Whilst fully familiar with AutoCAD and Revit programmes, Simon is a keen traditional draftsman and believes that each discipline has merits appropriate to individual projects.

Paul McMahon

Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Paul has been with Hartigan for a number of years, he is a senior technician in the field of structural and civil engineering, with substantial experience in drainage design. 

Malgorzata McCarthy

| MICE EngTech
Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Malgorzata (Maggie) is a senior technician within the large projects section of the company and she has vast experience in structural and civil engineering.

Monika Wojtkiewicz

| MSc, MICE, EngTEch
Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Monika graduated as an Environmental Engineer at Technical University in Gliwice (Poland). She joined Hartigan in 2007 for the first time as Engineering Technician (Environmental). She was working on some large projects as technician and also have an opportunity to do design as an engineer. She took a break from work to look after her children and recently re-join company with determination to develop her career.

Simon Vianello

| Eng, MICE, AMIStructE, PGDip (Bldg Cons)
Engineer (Civil/Structural)

Simon commenced his career at 16 years of age, studying part-time whilst working for a Civil & Structural Engineering Consultant and qualifying as an Incorporated Structural Engineer in 2000.

Simon works mainly with traditional buildings, applying a conservation-based approach to structural alterations and repair. With an early grounding in measurement surveys and structural detailing, Simon is able to apply these skills to condition surveys of traditional buildings and to recording historic structures. Whilst fully familiar with AutoCAD and Revit programmes, Simon is a keen traditional draftsman and believes that each discipline has merits appropriate to individual projects.

Paul McMahon

Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Malgorzata McCarthy

Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Paul McMahon

Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Paul has been with Hartigan for a number of years, he is a senior technician in the field of structural and civil engineering, with substantial experience in drainage design. 

Malgorzata McCarthy

| MICE EngTech
Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Malgorzata (Maggie) is a senior technician within the large projects section of the company and she has vast experience in structural and civil engineering.

Kevin Le Brocq

Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Patricia Gomes

Engineer (Civils/Structures)

Andy Beeton

Consultant (Civil/Structural)

David Grave

Consultant (Civil/Structural)

Kevin Le Brocq

Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Patricia Gomes

Engineer (Civils/Structures)

Kevin Le Brocq

Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Kevin started work in 1975 with Jersey Steel Co Ltd as a reinforced concrete detailer.  He also worked for Beaumont Structural Consultants (as part of Jersey Steel) before joining Hartigan in 1985.

He has been involved in detailing and site supervision of a variety of projects, including construction and refurbishments of hotels, large workshops, schools, nursing homes and dwellings of various sizes.

Kevin currently supervises the “Small Works Team”, attending to a wide range of projects, he also undertakes detailing of reinforced concrete, steelwork, timber, as well as project management and site attendance.

Patricia Gomes

| BSc MSc MICE
Engineer (Civils/Structures)

In 2016 Patricia graduated as MSc in Civil Engineering with field of specialization in Geotechnics, and subsequently joined SENVION Portugal, one of the leading international manufacturers of wind turbines where she dealt with pile design for onshore wind turbines.  Patricia also experienced managing construction sites for one of the top construction company in Portugal.

Since January 2018 she has worked at Hartigan as a Graduate Engineer (Civil/Structural) and has a clear vision to progress to Chartered Engineer.

Andy Beeton

| Eur Ing BSc CEng MICE
Consultant (Civil/Structural)

Andy began work in the industry in 1972 with the GLC, later joining British Rail where he worked on structures and associated civil works UK rail projects for the Southern Region and London Midland regions. Since then he has worked in the private sector on a wide range of projects from small domestic to larger commercial, industrial, healthcare and education.

He brings considerable experience of building structures and their foundations, including what he considers to be a healthy appreciation of what can go wrong for the unwary. Although he has extensive knowledge and appreciation of reinforced concrete engineering, he believes no material should be overlooked and promotes the use of advanced computational techniques to exploit economic value and sustainability in all forms of construction.

Andy regards ‘doing a thing because we have always done it that way’ is not an option, unless it stands up to scrutiny. Keen on innovation and a sometimes-vehement supporter of progress in the construction industry he never-the-less understand the value of keeping one’s feet on the ground.

David Grave

| Eng, MICE, MIET, ICIOB
Consultant (Civil/Structural)

David has nearly 45 years’ experience in Structural and Civil Engineering, all of it gained in Consulting Engineers’ offices in London or Jersey.

Starting in 1972 with Ove Arup and Partners, David worked on projects as diverse as system-built large-panel concrete schools and housing in Bahrein, conversion of a dock entrance lock into a white-water canoe slalom course, prefabricated steel-framed educational buildings in Nigeria and totally ferrous- metal -free degaussing sheds for the Royal Navy, in between more conventional projects involving all structural forms and materials.

Now having worked, latterly, on projects in Jersey and Guernsey, David moved to the Island in 1992 to join Dan Hartigan. Since then, his output has included the refurbishment and extension of a church, refurbishments of residential homes, sports centres and an underground sewage holding tank. Now “Principal Engineer (Civil / Structural)” he devotes most of his time to a wide variety of smaller projects (which have ranged, over the years, from the arched copper roof extension, via the reconstruction of a sea wall, to the new sun shelter), surveys and structural investigations.

Although an outspoken advocate of traditional methods and technologies, David is committed to providing the very best technical solution to any situation, whilst holding firmly to the conviction that something being possible does not necessarily make it sensible.

Kevin Le Brocq

Senior Engineering Technician (Civil/Structural)

Kevin started work in 1975 with Jersey Steel Co Ltd as a reinforced concrete detailer.  He also worked for Beaumont Structural Consultants (as part of Jersey Steel) before joining Hartigan in 1985.

He has been involved in detailing and site supervision of a variety of projects, including construction and refurbishments of hotels, large workshops, schools, nursing homes and dwellings of various sizes.

Kevin currently supervises the “Small Works Team”, attending to a wide range of projects, he also undertakes detailing of reinforced concrete, steelwork, timber, as well as project management and site attendance.

Patricia Gomes

| BSc MSc MICE
Engineer (Civils/Structures)

In 2016 Patricia graduated as MSc in Civil Engineering with field of specialization in Geotechnics, and subsequently joined SENVION Portugal, one of the leading international manufacturers of wind turbines where she dealt with pile design for onshore wind turbines.  Patricia also experienced managing construction sites for one of the top construction company in Portugal.

Since January 2018 she has worked at Hartigan as a Graduate Engineer (Civil/Structural) and has a clear vision to progress to Chartered Engineer.

Andy Beeton

Consultant (Civil/Structural)

David Grave

Consultant (Civil/Structural)

Andy Beeton

| Eur Ing BSc CEng MICE
Consultant (Civil/Structural)

Andy began work in the industry in 1972 with the GLC, later joining British Rail where he worked on structures and associated civil works UK rail projects for the Southern Region and London Midland regions. Since then he has worked in the private sector on a wide range of projects from small domestic to larger commercial, industrial, healthcare and education.

He brings considerable experience of building structures and their foundations, including what he considers to be a healthy appreciation of what can go wrong for the unwary. Although he has extensive knowledge and appreciation of reinforced concrete engineering, he believes no material should be overlooked and promotes the use of advanced computational techniques to exploit economic value and sustainability in all forms of construction.

Andy regards ‘doing a thing because we have always done it that way’ is not an option, unless it stands up to scrutiny. Keen on innovation and a sometimes-vehement supporter of progress in the construction industry he never-the-less understand the value of keeping one’s feet on the ground.

David Grave

| Eng, MICE, MIET, ICIOB
Consultant (Civil/Structural)

David has nearly 45 years’ experience in Structural and Civil Engineering, all of it gained in Consulting Engineers’ offices in London or Jersey.

Starting in 1972 with Ove Arup and Partners, David worked on projects as diverse as system-built large-panel concrete schools and housing in Bahrein, conversion of a dock entrance lock into a white-water canoe slalom course, prefabricated steel-framed educational buildings in Nigeria and totally ferrous- metal -free degaussing sheds for the Royal Navy, in between more conventional projects involving all structural forms and materials.

Now having worked, latterly, on projects in Jersey and Guernsey, David moved to the Island in 1992 to join Dan Hartigan. Since then, his output has included the refurbishment and extension of a church, refurbishments of residential homes, sports centres and an underground sewage holding tank. Now “Principal Engineer (Civil / Structural)” he devotes most of his time to a wide variety of smaller projects (which have ranged, over the years, from the arched copper roof extension, via the reconstruction of a sea wall, to the new sun shelter), surveys and structural investigations.

Although an outspoken advocate of traditional methods and technologies, David is committed to providing the very best technical solution to any situation, whilst holding firmly to the conviction that something being possible does not necessarily make it sensible.

Anna Wrona

Company Secretary / Graduate Engineer (Historic Building Conservation)

Donna Cheshire

Senior Financial Administrator

Marlena Grabowska

Office Administrator

Anna Wrona

Company Secretary / Graduate Engineer (Historic Building Conservation)

Donna Cheshire

Senior Financial Administrator

Anna Wrona

Company Secretary / Graduate Engineer (Historic Building Conservation)

Anna has been with Hartigan since 2005 and has assisted in executing many improvements and procedure modifications. She is involved in various elements of company day-to-day administration such as invoicing, website updating, document management. From January 2018 Anna has taken the role of the Company Secretary for Hartigan.

After completing a MSc post-graduate course, Anna is also gaining experience as a Graduate Engineer, assisting in Historic Building Conservation.

Donna Cheshire

Senior Financial Administrator

Donna worked in financial sector for 26 years after which she decided she would like a change in the working environment and utilise her knowledge and experience in a new role.

In October 2017 Donna joined Hartigan as a Financial Administrator to deal with a diverse range of duties relating to the administration of the Company and Human Resources administration.

Marlena Grabowska

Office Administrator

Marlena joined Administration Department at Hartigan in January 2016.  Having 5 years’ experience in retail and jewellery trade, she decided to change her career path and join the construction industry.

She works at the front office, taking care of various administrative duties.

Anna Wrona

Company Secretary / Graduate Engineer (Historic Building Conservation)

Anna has been with Hartigan since 2005 and has assisted in executing many improvements and procedure modifications. She is involved in various elements of company day-to-day administration such as invoicing, website updating, document management. From January 2018 Anna has taken the role of the Company Secretary for Hartigan.

After completing a MSc post-graduate course, Anna is also gaining experience as a Graduate Engineer, assisting in Historic Building Conservation.

Donna Cheshire

Senior Financial Administrator

Donna worked in financial sector for 26 years after which she decided she would like a change in the working environment and utilise her knowledge and experience in a new role.

In October 2017 Donna joined Hartigan as a Financial Administrator to deal with a diverse range of duties relating to the administration of the Company and Human Resources administration.

Marlena Grabowska

Office Administrator

Meet the Team

Marlena Grabowska

Office Administrator

Marlena joined Administration Department at Hartigan in January 2016.  Having 5 years’ experience in retail and jewellery trade, she decided to change her career path and join the construction industry.

She works at the front office, taking care of various administrative duties.