About Us

INNOVATION, SUSTAINABILITY, CO-OPERATION,
VALUE & TEAM WORK ARE ALL AT THE HEART OF THE
SERVICE WE PROVIDE.

McCrae Consulting Engineers specialise in Fire, Civil and Structural Engineering. Having undertaken many new build projects, we are also experts in refurbishment and conservation work. We are currently active in the residential, commercial, industrial, leisure, health care and education sectors.
We have developed an extensive repeat client base of both public and private clients. We believe work should be completed on time and within budget and this is the key to developing long term client relationships.
Our Directors and senior staff take a hands-on approach on all projects, which significantly differentiates us from our competitors. They are actively involved in their projects from conception to completion utilising their many years of experience for the benefit of clients and design teams.
Using the latest technologies, our experienced and dynamic team provide innovative, sustainable and cost-effective solutions to the problems presented by each individual construction project.
Innovation, sustainability, co-operation, value and team work are at the heart of the services we provide.


Practice History
McCrae Consulting Engineers was founded in 2011 by Richard McCrae following 13 years working for the well-known and long standing Civil and Structural Consulting Engineers, Lee McCullough. In mid 2020, the practice merged with LMC Consulting Engineers. LMC Consulting Engineers was formed by some of the former Directors and Associate of Lee McCullough, Frank Lee, Gerry McCabe and Norman Irvine in 2012. Following the retirement of Frank and Gerry, Richard and Norman decided it was an opportune time to join forces and McCrae Consulting Engineers now incorporates LMC Consulting Engineers.

This merger has allowed the combined companies to provide an enhanced service to all our clients through an increase in scale while still maintaining the core values of both companies and providing clients with direct access to senior staff, something which is often lacking in other practices.