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Clarkebond appointed to NHS operating theatre project

Clarkebond have been appointed to provide structural and civil engineering consultancy services on a £6m project for Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust.


Landmark Broadmead building to get makeover and new occupiers

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 is on the up and up!

Clarkebond has moved up the rankings in Building Magazine’s Top 150 Consultants league tables for the fourth consecutive year!


Torbay manufacturing unit has concrete start on rocky ground

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 started on first phase of Exeter residential development

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.


Facade Design – Engineering to maximise value and minimise risks

The role of façade engineering in construction has been thrown into the spotlight recently. As well as achieving the architect’s vision, the façade engineer’s design must consider many other factors including buildability, maintenance, life-cycle, sustainability and safety.


Congratulations to Clarkebond Engineer James Edmonds – fastest British backstroke swimmer at FINA World Masters Swimming Championships 2017

Clarkebond Principal Structural Engineer, James Edmonds, based in the Bristol office travelled to Budapest last week, to compete in the FINA World Masters Swimming Championships and gave an outstanding performance as the fastest Brit across all age groups in both the 50 m and 100 m backstroke events.


Design and construction challenges of a new inner city school

The successful completion of a brand new £4.5m primary school, built on a tight inner city former factory site, is testament to the skill and expertise of a wide range of engineers involved in the project.


How sustainable is the transport planning of large scale housing developments?

This is the subject of a presentation to be delivered by Clarkebond’s Head of Transport Planning, David Knight BEng(Hon) TPP FCILT MCIHT, at a one-day CPD event being held by The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation in London on the 13th September.


Planning granted for £30m expansion of Britvic soft drinks facility

Britvic Soft Drinks has been granted planning permission to build a new distribution warehouse alongside their existing bottling and distribution plant in Rugby. Clarkebond is providing civil, structural and ground engineering services and transport planning on the scheme.


1st Class Result for experienced student

Congratulations to Clarkebond summer placement student Jonny Witter who has just graduated from Exeter University with a 1st class degree in Engineering Geology and Geotechnics.


Ramping up the shopping experience

A mixed retail and residential development in Mill Street, Aberystwyth with a number of interesting engineering features, is now fully open for business.