BHR Group has led the field of fluid engineering since 1947. From modelling and testing the interfaces between Victorian and 21st century water tunnels on the Thames Tideway project, to developing market-leading water jetting tools that make nuclear decommissioning safer, our team has the right blend of specialist knowledge and practical ability to help our clients solve even the most complex of fluid engineering problems.
Specialists in understanding how fluids behave, how they interact with each other and how they react with their surroundings, we take a problem solving approach to design, develop, validate and optimise processes for the benefit of our clients. This helps them to bring products to market sooner (in the process manufacturing sector), fully meet industry compliance standards (when undertaking valve testing), and keep civil infrastructure programmes on track (through CFD modelling and physically verifying designs). In addition to this, we foster innovation and encourage knowledge transfer by running R&D consortia, training courses, webinars, seminars and international technical conferences.
Our clients work with us because we have the specialist ability and expertise to solve complex problems. Our open, collaborative approach ensures there are no surprises, and that we always deliver on time and to budget. This professional, impartial help and advice has helped market leading, global clients such as P&G, Exxon Mobile, ASHGHAL, PepsiCo and Transco.
Managing Director: David Winter
Finance Director: Neil Waterman
Turnover: £4 million
Number of staff: 60
The Fluid Engineering Centre