Staff News

Darreth Morrison, who has been with RGA since 2009, has now gained the professional qualification of Engineering Technician through the Institution of Civil Engineers.

RGA are also pleased to welcome Sean Cassar to the drawing office. Sean is a Graduate Structural Engineer and is working closely with Rob Stewart on some major housing developments and large private homes using state of the art Building Information Management. BIM involves producing design information in 3D design using specialist software.

hands around the world

Hands Around the World

Ross-Gower Associates are delighted to sponsor charity Hands Around the World on behalf of The Parish of Trinity. In October a group of local people will be travelling to Zambia to work on building projects to improve the standard of living in rural villages.

If you’d like to support this project or make a donation, you can contact or visit their website

Job Vacancy – Senior Structural CAD Technician / Manager

We currently have an exciting range of building projects and to fill a current vacancy we require a Senior Structural CAD Technician / Manager

The applicant shall be competent on full AutoCAD, Cads-RC and Revit and have a sound working knowledge of detailing of reinforced concrete, steelwork, masonry, timber and general structural elements and the ability to train technicians in AutoCAD and Revit.

The successful applicant must have a current driving licence and own transport in order to be able to visit sites. Preference will be given to suitable candidates with at least 5 years residency in Jersey. Email your CV to us at admin(at)

To find out more about other vacancies please visit our recruitment page.

Rob Stewart joins the RGA team

RGA were pleased to welcome Rob to the team in August. He has joined the practice as a Senior Structural Engineer/Director Designate after having spent five years on the Island managing the structural department of a large design and build developer.

You can read more about Rob and the other company directors on the Team page.

The Mansell Collection

RGA and The Mansell Collection

Ross-Gower Associates are proud to have been involved in designing the structural alterations as part of the restoration of this attractive listed building in Jersey. The building used to be the Forum Garage, but will now house The Mansell Collection. It is designed to accommodate a car show room and a selection of material celebrating the motor racing career of Nigel Mansell. As the structure is listed, great care was taken throughout the renovation project to ensure that the character of the original building was preserved.

For further information please visit The Mansell Collection website.

Welcome to our New Website

Welcome to  the new website for Ross-Gower Associates!

In this 30th anniversary year of our founding, we continue to be inspired by innovative structural design and we want to share this passion with our clients.

As part of our commitment to working with the local community we’ve added new information on our various charitable projects and interests as well as other links with the community in Jersey through sporting events.

You can also read about our projects and see the gallery of project photos for more information about what we do and the structural projects that we’ve worked on.

30 years in Practice

On the 26th of February 2011 Stephen Ross-Gower celebrated 30 years since setting up in his own name as a Consulting Engineer in Jersey. The Ross-Gower Associates team marked the anniversary with a cocktail party which was attended by friends, colleagues and clients.

Ross-Gower Associates are looking forward to serving the local community for another 30 years!


Stephen becomes a Fellow of the CIHT

Stephen Ross-Gower has recently been elected as a Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation.

Fellow (FCIHT) is the highest grade of membership of the Institution and is conferred on those working in highways and transportation with proven ability who have made a significant contribution to their profession.

Fellows are seen as exemplars of the corporate identity of the Institution and, as such, CIHT needs to be satisfied that successful applicants, by their actions, will reflect its aims and objectives.

As a senior highways and transportation practitioner, an applicant for FCIHT would normally be making a major contribution to the profession, either through involvement with CIHT or independently, and have reached a pinnacle of career distinction within their field.

FCIHT is highly respected in the industry as a symbol of excellence.

The CIHT provides training and networking opportunities for Engineers working in the highways and transportation field. It has over 20,000 members worldwide.