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The British Army's Military Engineers

66 Works Group

Infrastructure Specialists for Defence

66 Works Group is a highly specialised engineer unit. We provide design capability to Defence in the areas of Force Protection Engineering (FPE), fuel, water development, power and construction materials.

Facts and Figures

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Role

Infrastructure Engineering

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Specialism

Specialist Design

Our Skills

66 Wks Gp provides design, assurance, and project management for key specialist areas of defence and we can design bespoke infrastructure solutions from first principles. We provide advice and assistance to Humanitarian and Disaster Relief operations.

  • Force Protection Engineering
  • Permanent and expeditionary fuels infrastructure
  • Water development
  • Mobile generation and power supply
  • UKAS accredited materials technicians
  • Military geologists
  • Humanitarian relief
  • Flood protection training provider

Our Location

Chetwynd Barracks is located near Nottingham and only 5 minutes from junction 25 of the M1. The site enjoys good road and rail links and is situated close to the Nottingham tram service.

Chetwynd Barracks
Chilwell
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG9 5HA

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Life in the Army

I'm trusted with responsibility! Sapper Johnson, 21

Life in the Army

We believe that our soldiers are the best collection of tradesmen in the Corps of Royal Engineers.

Our soldiers attain the latest civilian qualifications and competencies, followed by the opportunities to deploy worldwide to practice and hone their skills. They deploy in small teams to remote locations to act as advisers and to ensure built infrastructure is safe and meets British standards.

Very few soldiers in the Army are entrusted with such responsibilities, or to conduct and complete complex infrastructure projects from such an early start in their careers.

Recruitment

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