Parkman established as a water and public health business.
Invented and designed the first football net which was used by the Football Association in 1890.
LG Mouchel was licensed to use the new technique of reinforcing concrete using iron bars developed by François Hennebique.
Designed the first reinforced concrete bridge in the UK, a skew bridge at Chewton Glen in Hampshire.
Mouchel designed the Michelin Building in London.
Lister Drive Power Station, Liverpool. LG Mouchel & Partners designed the UK's first natural draught hyperbolic-curved reinforced concrete cooling towers.
Mouchel was commissioned to design the first two chimneys of the iconic Battersea Power Station, changing London's skyline south of the River Thames forever.
Mouchel designed Earls Court Exhibition Centre (Earls Court One); when built, it was one of the largest reinforced buildings in the world.
Mouchel staff went to the War Office to work on Mulberry Harbour. They were made with concrete designed by Mouchel as steel was scarce.
Mouchel designed Nunn's Bridge, Lincolnshire, the first prestressed concrete road bridge in the UK.
Mouchel undertook the planning and preliminary design of 8km of complex urban motorway ringing Kuwait City.
Mouchel designed the first twin bored tunnel for the A27 Brighton Bypass.
Mouchel won a five-year commission to manage the maintenance of all motorways in Greater Manchester.
Mouchel began working with the Highways Agency on the M25 controlled motorway scheme.
Mouchel was appointed to carry out a feasibility study into using the motorway hard shoulder as a part-time traffic lane.
Accord, a joint venture, (later EnterpriseMouchel and now EM, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mouchel) was formed to tackle integrated highways contracts.
Mouchel began a 12-year joint venture partnership with Oldham Council to help transform the council’s services.
Joint venture, DownerMouchel, secured its first of three Integrated Services Arrangements, representing around 40% of Western Australia's strategic road network.
Mouchel, with our joint venture partner, Thales UK, launched the new National Traffic Information Service.
Joint venture, DownerMouchel, broke into Eastern Australia winning two large maintenance contracts.
Mouchel celebrated 125 years of forward thinking by abseiling down London's iconic Battersea Power Station. We raised more than £47,000 for Barnardo's.
EM Highway Services mobilises Area 9, the Highways Agency’s largest Asset Support Contract.
Joint venture, DownerMouchel, won contract to bring ITS ‘know how’ to Sydney’s Metro West Zone and regional New South Wales.