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Andrew Reid and Partners

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Andrew Reid and Partners
File:Andrew Reid and Partners Logo.png
Private company
Industryengineering consulting
Founded 📆1970
Founder 👔
Headquarters 🏙️London, UK
Area served 🗺️
Number of employees

Andrew Reid and Partners (AR&P) is a multi disciplinary engineering consultancy based in London. It provides mechanical and electrical engineering consultancy and associated services. It was established in 1970 in the UK by Andrew Reid as a building services consultancy.[1] Its core services include diagnostic assessments of under performing buildings and the management or independent validation of building engineering services commissioning.


Andrew Reid specialise in critical engineering services design and commissioning and have worked on a variety of buildings in many sectors. Their work in commissioning began at the Barbican Arts Centre, through all fourteen phases of London’s Broadgate development to the present day including the 750,000ft2 headquarters for UBS at 5 Broadgate in London.

Since the late 1990s, when internet services began to take hold in global communications Andrew Reid has been responsible for the successful commissioning of data centres for several of the world most successful brands, many of whom demand strict confidentiality.[2]

Design engineers have been involved in work at The National Gallery since the mid 1980s when the company designed the building services for the new Sainsbury Wing.[3] The company’s designers have since been involved in many museums and galleries including Dulwich Picture Gallery, the National Maritime Museum and the Imperial War Museum.


In 2014, building services consultancy Hurley Palmer Flatt acquired a majority controlling share in the business.[4][5][6] In 2016, in order to accommodate the growth of the business in moved into 240 Blackfriars.[7]

Key Projects[edit]

  • The National Gallery [8][9][10]
  • The Imperial War Museum [11]
  • National Maritime Museum [12]
  • Broadgate development [13]
  • Deutsche Bank [14]
  • Mary Rose Trust [15]
  • Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology [16]
  • University of Greenwich [17]
  • Guildhall School of Music [18]


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  2. Profile, Company. "Andrew Reid & Partners". www.infrastructure-intelligence.com.
  3. University Engineers, Society of Oxford. "Andrew Reid". www.soue.org.uk.
  4. Flatt, Hurley Palmer. "Hurley Palmer Flatt acquire majority share in Andrew Reid". www.andrewreid.co.uk.
  5. Stothart, Chloe (16 September 2014). "M&E firm Hurleypalmerflatt buys consultancy". Construction News.
  6. World, FM. "HURLEY PALMER FLATT SNAPS UP ANDREW REID". www.fm-world.co.uk.
  7. Services, Modern Building (4 February 2016). "Hurley Palmer Flatt finds new home in London". www.modbs.co.uk. Portico Publishing Ltd.
  8. Gallery, The National. "Improving our Environment". www.nationalgallery.org.
  9. Braidwood, Ella. "Purcell wins approval for major National Gallery extension". www.architectsjournal.co.uk.
  10. Controls, Trend. "Case Study: CASTING FRESH LIGHT ON OLD MASTERS" (PDF). www.trendcontrols.com.
  11. Ltd Design, Neville Bruton. "SCHEDULE OF WORKS - IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUMS" (PDF). www.museuminsider.co.uk.
  12. Reid, Andrew. "New Children's Gallery at the National Maritime Museum". www.andrewreid.co.uk.
  13. Limited, 8 Build. "BRITISH LAND 155 BISHOPSGATE". www.8build.co.uk.
  14. Reid, Andrew. "Deutsche Bank Achieve LEED Gold. Again". www.andrewreid.co.uk.
  15. Trust, Mary Rose. "Annual Review 2013" (PDF). www.maryrose.org.
  16. Services, Estate. "Ashmolean Museum". www.admin.ox.ac.uk. University of Oxford.
  17. Dixon, Willmott. "Dreadnought Building, University of Greenwich". www.willmottdixon.co.uk.
  18. Aubyn Hubbard, Hugh St (27 May 2009). "Andrew Reid". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media Ltd.

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