Pearson Engineering has a world-proven ability to deliver against the most complex defence and security challenges. Creative engineering and market expertise ensures that we provide future focused capability to counter modern threats.
We are expert in breaching, detection, defeat and clearance of mines and explosives as well as combat bridge launch systems, non-lethal counter mobility products and specialised counter terror systems. Further, we deliver special project support, assembly and manufacturing services for defence programmes from our facility in the UK.
More than 70 staff work at Pearson Engineering from our office in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK and we are able to draw upon the expertise of our sister companies who operate from the same site. This gives us access to a manufacturing team of over 300 highly skilled personnel allowing us to respond easily to small and large scale requirements, as well as to Urgent Operational Requirements.
Our Engineers and Project Managers are highly trained and have experience in delivering high-specification, complex engineering products, often against demanding programme requirements and deadlines. We are able to call upon an established local, national and international supply chain comprising companies which have proven themselves in some of the world’s biggest defence programmes.
Future Focused Solutions
Our growing Business Development and Research & Development team ensures that we always provide innovative and creative solutions to respond to the needs of the modern conflict environment. We challenge latest thinking and work to improve the tactical ability of our customers as operational demands evolve. We listen and work closely with end-users to ensure that our solutions can be integrated as seamlessly as possible and that they respond to the very real challenges faced by our customers.
Pearson Engineering ensures all practices and services adhere to the latest in Quality Assurance requirements. We are currently ISO 9001:2008 certified. View certificate here.
Our Quality Control Procedures are regularly audited by internal audit, external BSI accredited bodies such as Lloyds, MOD QAR and Government agencies such as the U.S. DoD DCMA.