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Clarkebond Achieves Cyber Certification

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.


A preview of the Bristol Carriageworks development

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.


EPIC building starts on site

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.


New student hub sets tone for Marjon University revitalisation

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.


Key role for Clarkbond engineers on Myanmar humanitarian project

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.


Framework wins for Clarkebond

Clarkebond has recently won places to provide engineering consultancy services on two national frameworks for housing and healthcare.


New Museum to honour a great engineer completed

A unique new museum built to preserve the legacy of one of the greatest engineers of all time has opened in Bristol.


Going for planning consent? The importance of consultation and finding the right solution to problems cannot be overstated!

We were delighted to hear recently that development of 85 new homes for which we are providing a range of engineering services had received unanimous approval, with full support from two Parish Councils involved.


Clarkebond Rising Star!

Congratulations to Katharine Barker on her promotion from Senior to Principal Geotechnical Engineer.


Senior Appointments at Clarkebond

Clarkebond is delighted to announce two senior appointments to its Ground Engineering and Civil Engineering teams.


What does the Draft Revised NPPF mean for Transport Planning?

The NPPF (National Planning Policy Framework) in England has been with us 6 years and the Government has just issued a Draft Revised NPPF. The Housing Delivery Test is currently making the headlines, but this piece focuses on what the update means for Transport Planning and Development.


Early advice on residential site avoids slippery slope to excess costs

The third phase of a residential development in Thornbury, Bristol, has been given the green light by planners.