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.
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.
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.
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.
A mixed retail and residential development in Mill Street, Aberystwyth with a number of interesting engineering features, is now fully open for business.
Clarkebond has been recognised as one of the top civil engineering practices in the country for the second consecutive year, moving up 14 places on their 2016 position.
A centre of excellence in the field of donkey care in Sidmounth, East Devon, is now benefitting from a substantial expansion and development project. The project has delivered a brand new, sustainable, state-of-the-art veterinary hospital and research centre, new stabling and isolation paddocks. Further work to create a visitor centre, and restaurant is due to be completed at the end of the summer.
Construction is now complete on 3 new schools in Devon
Work has started on a new development on former car park site at West Hoe, Plymouth, which will provide a doctors’ surgery, apartments and four-bedroom townhouses.
A building’s façade sets its style, form and brand, but as well as achieving the architect’s vision, the façade engineer’s design must consider many other factors including buildability, maintenance, life-cycle and sustainability.
A former Bristol gas works site which has been derelict for more than 40 years is set to be redeveloped after planning consent was granted for a 58 unit residential scheme.
Bridging the River Avon between the new Finzels Reach development at the former Courage Brewery site in Bristol and Castle Park proved to be anything but straightforward.