Having worked on this challenging project from start to finish, Clarkebond engineers were delighted to hear that Redcliffe Parade, Bristol, had been named the winner of the 2018 Michelmores Property Awards, Residential Category (35 units and under).
Waterfront regeneration company Sutton Harbour Holdings plc (SHH) is preparing to submit a planning application in July 2018 outlining its plans to create a striking building on the prime Sugar Quay site fronting Plymouth’s historic waterfront.
Clarkebond is delighted to announce the appointment of Bradley Welsh as Civil Engineering Associate Director in its London office.
A brand new 78 home residential extra-care facility at Parmin Close, Taunton, Somerset has been completed for Knightstone Housing Association.
Changes to regulations have been introduced that could increase liabilities on anyone disposing of construction waste, with potential penalties or criminal prosecution for non-compliance.
Clarkebond director, Dave Knight, a recognised authority on transport planning, will be sharing his expertise at the 16th Annual Transport Practitioners' Meeting (TPM) in Oxford on 5/6th July.
A topping out ceremony was held recently for the new Bridge Street student accommodation building which at 26 storeys high is the tallest building in Cardiff.
With cyber threats becoming more complex, moving from basic attacks against one device to complicated attacks against every device on an organisations network, poor cyber security is now a significant business risk. A risk not only to the business suffering the attack but also potentially to its clients’ businesses too.
The redevelopment of the Carriageworks and Westmoreland House site in Bristol has moved forwards with the completion of the architectural and engineering pre-novation stage designs for the landmark Bristol development.
Contractors have started the construction of a £8M, state of the art facility in Devon that is set to be a centre of excellence for innovation in microelectronics and photonics.
A £3m construction project to redevelop and extend part of the original 1970s concrete frame building at the historic Marjon University near Plymouth has been completed.
Unplanned growth, a lack of strategic planning and continuous underfunding has left the largest public hospital in Myanmar, in a state of disorganisation with a number of vital functions of the hospital, such as water management and patient access to A&E in dire need of regeneration.