Our Location
Leonards Road, Ivybridge
Devon, PL21 0RU

About JGP

AT JGP, it's our ethos to provide our clients with sound and cost-effective consultancy to enable them to achieve their business goals through innovative solutions.

JGP was established in 1987 and came to prominence in the early to mid-1990s for the treatment of extensive ground problems associated with hazardous abandoned mine workings in Gunnislake, Cornwall. Since then, we have been involved in numerous prestigious and multifaceted engineering projects, such as The Eden Project, Stonehenge Visitor Centre and the New Covent Garden Market.

We hold BS EN ISO9001 accreditation for quality management. Our key aims and objectives are to produce Quality Engineering and Technical Information appropriate to each agreed contract and to deliver effective, efficient, professional engineering services in accordance with our client’s requirements and in accordance with appropriate standards and recognised ‘best practices’. (Quality Policy).

Our office at Ivybridge are well located. It is convenient to access from the A38 and within 10 minutes from Plymouth, 30 minutes from Exeter. The office is close to a mainline rail station and is about 3 hours by rail to London. The office has good meeting facilities and a comfortable conference room that enable clients to come to our office to discuss project requirements and hold regular monitoring/progress meetings.

We have a strong team of highly skilled people that enables us to offer a wide range of abilities and integrated services. Our specialist team provide our clients with high-quality consultancy services. With around 35 employees, we have a strong focus on quality and value in everything we do. Our people are at the heart of our business. We hold Investors in People accreditation and are committed to providing an excellent place to work and to supporting both continuous professional and personal development. We also fund membership of a professional body and run an ICE training scheme.

We actively participate in related regional groups and conferences and provide training seminars. We are also part of the South West Contaminated Land Forum, which is developing the new Arsenic Protocol (guidance on arsenic risk assessment) to be adopted by Local Authorities and developers.


JGP has been involved in a number of prestigious projects that have been nominated or awarded prominent accolades; these have included:

New Tate Building, St. Ives

Winner – ICE South West Region Civil Engineering Awards 2018 – Winner of the Showcase Award
Winner – RIBA South West Award 2018 and RIBA National Award 2018

The Old Quay, Devon

Nominated – RIBA Awards South West 2018

Kingsand Clock Tower

Highly Commended – The ICE South West Region Award 2015 Minor Projects

Inverdart Boathouse, Kingswear

Winner – The Daily Telegraph Homebuilding & Renovating Award 2013

Brixham Fish Quay

Winner – Chairman’s Award at the LABC South West Business Building Excellence Awards 2011
Nominated – The ICE South West Civil Engineering Small Project of the Year Award 2012

Bournemouth International Airport

Nominated – The ICE South West Civil Engineering Small Project of the Year Award 2011

Lundy Island

Winner – The ICE South West Region Civil Engineering Project of the year Award 2010 Minor Projects
(Road and Slope Stabilisation, Coastal Defence and New Slipway)

Bude Canal Regeneration

Winner – The ICE South West Region Award 2009 Minor Projects

Padstow Harbour Wall Repairs

Winner – The ICE Engineers South West Region Merit Award 2008 Minor Projects

O’Sullivan House, Devon

Winner – The Civic Trust Award 2001 for “An Outstanding Contribution to The Quality and Appearance of The Environment”
Winner – The Daily Telegraph House of the Year Award 2001

The Eden Project

Winner – The ICE South Western Association Merit Award 2002 for “An Outstanding Example of a Civil Engineering Project Completed in The South West Region In 2001”

The Eden Project

Lundy Island

Bude Canal

New Tate Building, St Ives