James Boggis MEng Director
Having spent his school days chasing trout on the crystal waters of the River Kennet his passion for riparian engineering emerged. A Masters in Civil Engineering from the University of Exeter, specialising in water systems, ensued and his early career was spent with major contractors in the civil engineering sector. However, his passion for the natural environment prevailed and a career designing and constructing lakes and landscapes in some of the country’s most beautiful settings soon beckoned.
An admiration for the great landscapers of the 18th Century results in James’ ability to translate a client’s imagination into a design and through construction.
Guy Tulloch BSc Director
Water divining with his grandmother in his early years fuelled Guy’s fascination and passion for not only finding water, but also understanding how it could be incorporated into the landscape.
Following a degree at the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester Guy has spent over 20 years working on numerous prestigious land and waterscaping projects – from extensive river and wetland restoration work on the River Lea through the 2012 Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, to the design, build and maintenance of private lakes (ranging from the City of Westminster and home-counties to the sunnier climes of St.Tropez).
Based in ‘Gods own County’ – also known as Yorkshire – and working across the world, Guy has a natural flair for refined design. Coupled with his experience of both modern and traditional building techniques he is often called upon by private clients, landscape architects and other industry professionals to help realise their projects.