Plans to redevelop the McArthurs Warehouse site on Gas Ferry Road in Bristol have been approved by Bristol City Council. The site has been vacant for more than 20 years and is one of the last remaining development plots surrounding Bristol's Floating Harbour.
We’re delighted to congratulate Clarkebond Director, Martin Hathaway, on achieving this career landmark which has given us pause for thought about some of the significant changes in the company since Martin started working for Clarkebond as a project engineer in 1977.
A detailed planning application is being prepared for a continuation of the award winning Erith Park development in Erith, Kent. Arthur Street will follow on from Phases 1 and 2 which won the RICS London Regeneration Project of the year 2016.
Clarkebond’s has significant experience of providing a range of engineering consultancy services in the residential sector and was delighted to have their expertise recognised recently with an award from one of Britain’s largest housebuilders.
Clarkebond is delighted to welcome back Philip Esper to its London office. Philip has been working in the Middle East for a number of years and has returned to take up the position of Director of Special Structures and Cladding.
A former opencast colliery site, Pithouse West, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, is set to be regenerated to enable the creation of Gulliver’s Valley, a £37m family theme park.
Neil Marks, Commercial Director of multidisciplinary engineering consultancy Clarkebond, has been made a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
Clarkebond have been appointed to provide structural and civil engineering consultancy services on a £6m project for Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust.
A planning application to refurbish and convert the former home of BHS in the centre of Broadmead, Bristol into two separate retail units with new facades has received approval from Bristol City Council.
Clarkebond has moved up the rankings in Building Magazine’s Top 150 Consultants league tables for the fourth consecutive year!
Contractors have moved in to start excavation work and pouring concrete foundations prior to the construction of a new 65,000 sq ft manufacturing unit at Midas Developments’ Torbay Business Park, Paignton.
Construction of phase one of a 430 unit residential scheme in the village of Pinhoe on former farm land on the north east outskirts of Exeter has started on site.