Author Archives: John Scott

  • Round Peg secures ISO 9001 certification

    Quality management assessment passed with flying colours in just six weeks We are very pleased to announce that Round Peg Cambridge is now ISO 9001:2015 certified. This internationally recognised standard deals with an organisation’s quality management systems (QMS), covering things like leadership and decision-making, internal processes and communication with customers and suppliers. We’re particularly proud […]

  • New Office Move during Covid Pandemic

    In March 2021, the Round Peg team moved to a new location, just outside of Cambridge gaining new office space, lab, and workshops plus more exciting growth plans on the horizon. The new office is set in a countryside location with plenty of free, on-site parking, cycle to work schemes and with the guided bus […]

  • Round Peg’s blueprint for design success

    When Nick Harrison started Round Peg Cambridge in 1995, like any good engineer he prepared a blueprint for consulting success by incorporating old school drawing office practices with modern technologies and techniques. This blueprint, combined with a desire to deliver simple, elegant, and robust solutions for the most challenging problems, has enabled Round Peg to […]

  • Round Peg Cambridge Ltd celebrates 25 years at the heart of Cambridge innovation

    Round Peg Cambridge Ltd celebrates 25 years at the heart of Cambridge innovation …  Unsung heroes of the Cambridge tech sector Round Peg Cambridge Ltd have been quietly supplying mechanical design and engineering expertise to some of the UK’s most innovative companies since 1995. Oakington, Cambridge – 30 May 2020: Mechanical design and engineering consultancy […]

  • Cambridge Museum of Technology

    History Cambridge Museum of Technology is the home of our industrial heritage. Based in the City’s Victorian sewage pumping station, it helps people to explore, enjoy, and learn about their industrial heritage by celebrating the achievements of local industries and the people who worked in them. The Museum reopened on 7th June 2019 after a […]