Davis Langdon employs approximately 3000 people in more than 75 offices globally, spanning Europe, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand, Africa and the USA. This international coverage and resource base enables us to support our clients’ long-term business strategies with a unique global reach, linked to local delivery.
We aim to work with clients from the earliest possible opportunity – the first people clients come to when investing in the built, natural and social environment. Our goal is to work with clients through every stage of the development process, as well as post completion, extending into the operational life cycle.
Our core services are cost, program and project management, complemented by a wide range of specialist consultancy capabilities including building surveying; capital allowances consulting; design management; engineering cost management; legal support; management consulting; design management; specification consulting; facilities management; value and risk management; and sustainability consulting.
Our cost managers, project managers and specialist consultants work on complex and challenging projects across a range of sectors. Current and past projects include the Tate Modern Extension, Eden Project and The Shard at London Bridge in the United Kingdom; Abu Dhabi International Airport; Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt; The Gateway Bridge Upgrade in Brisbane, Australia; the Transbay Terminal in San Francisco, USA.; the Gautrain Rapid Rail Link in Johannesburg, and the Green Point Stadium –built for the 2010 FIFA World Cup – in Cape Town, South Africa.
As well as being the recipient of a number of regional accolades for excellence, Davis Langdon has been named World Architecture’s ‘Top International Construction Consultant’ for 18 successive years.