Supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, restoration of The Old Sunderland Fire Station, which was built in 1907 and has stood empty since 1992, bringing it back to use by restoring and respecting its iconic architecture.

The two storey building will consist of a ground floor bar and restaurant which will open outside onto a square.  The first floor will house a sprung-floored dance studio, while the backroom of the first floor which once housed the firemans dormitories, will be turned into theatre space.  The third floor of the new build extension will house a digital heritage centre.  To ensure the building is restored to its original 1907 form, all pitched roofs, masonry gables and chimney stacks are to be reinstated, following years of modification and partial demolition.

NEWS

** Exciting News - Newcastle Office Relocation **

Due to ongoing success within the Newcastle office we are pleased to announce 3e have moved to new premises with effect from the 19th July 2018.  

Our new address is: 

2nd Floor 

2 Esh Plaza

Sir Bobby Robson Way

Newcastle Great Park

NE13 9BA

Telephone numbers and email addresses remain the same.  

We look forward to welcoming you all to...

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PlanBEE

3e are working in partnership with PlanBEE (Campaign for Change in the Built Environment), who in conjunction with Gateshead College have devised a new way of recruiting and training young people for a career in the construction sector.

A powerful partnership of designers, builders and project managers who operate in the ‘built environment’ have come together to campaign for change to...

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Career Opportunity: CAD/Engineering Technician (Infrastructure)

Career Opportunity: CAD/Engineering Technician (Infrastructure)

3e Consulting Engineers are seeking an experienced CAD/Engineering Technician with a professional attitude for an immediate start to join our team within the Newcastle office.

Candidates should be experienced in the use of AutoCAD and preferably hold a HNC/HND in Civil Engineering, CAD or similar subject.

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