Demolition has begun on one of London’s biggest housing regeneration projects, marking a significant step forward for the £1 billion scheme.
Plans for a £70m masterplan to improve education provision in the city at Exeter College have been unanimously approved by Exeter City Council. A separate detailed application for the first phase of the masterplan, a new Digital and Data Hub, has also been approved.
Plans to regenerate an existing run down 1960s social housing development with 36 new homes have been approved by Mole Valley District Council and Surrey County Council with a condition that will increase the climate change rainfall allowance requirement by an additional 10% over the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF)’s guidelines and the latest EA Climate Change Guidelines of 40%.
Finzel’s Reach is a major new development in Bristol City centre which integrates historic industrial buildings alongside new 21st century living spaces. It also includes the restoration of medieval walkways and the construction of a new cycle and pedestrian bridge which connects the development to the city. This new waterfront development is protected from flooding by a combination of effective flood management measures detailed in a site-wide flood management plan (FMP), and by the implementation of flood resistance and flood resilience designs produced by a team of flood specialists from Clarkebond.
The annual Michelmores Property Awards have again celebrated outstanding property and construction projects in Devon, Somerset, Bristol, Dorset and Cornwall, with Bristol's Being Brunel visitor attraction taking home the 2019 prize for Leisure & Tourism Project of the Year.
Construction is underway on a mixed use development that will create a dramatic addition to the skyline on the edge of King George’s Park in Wandsworth.
A large new build extension and refurbishment of the Grade II listed Royal College of Surgeons building which is under construction in Holborn, London.
Clarkebond is delighted to have been named Consultancy of the Year 2019 in the inaugural Bristol Property Awards, in addition to having 2 of its projects win awards!
We’re delighted that Clarkebond has achieved a place in the NCE100 Power List again this year. The NCE100 Power List recognises the most forward-thinking, innovative firms operating in civil engineering today. These are the firms that are doing the right things, in the right way, to deliver the outcomes that benefit society.
Clarkebond have been appointed to provide a range of engineering services for the redevelopment of the City of Bristol College Soundwell Centre to provide a new education facility for young people aged 5-25 years with social, emotional mental health difficulties (SEMH) or speech, language and communication needs (SLCN)
When Clarkebond was appointed by British clothing retailer Boden to provide civil, structural and ground engineering services on a project to transform their ‘60s north London HQ, an essential element of the project was to carry out a value engineering exercise which demonstrated to the client that a refit and refurbishment was commercially and environmentally more sustainable than a total demolition and re-build.
Work is progressing well on a new development on former car park site at West Hoe, Plymouth, which will provide a doctors’ surgery, apartments and four-bedroom townhouses.