The design excellence of a new urology centre at the Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, one of the largest centres for the treatment of prostate cancer in Europe, has been recognised in the 2019 Building Better Healthcare awards.
When two engineers from Clarkebond set a design challenge for the children of year 2 at Birdwell School Academy in Bristol they really had no idea what to expect.
Good progress is being made with pre-construction preparations for a £60million block of flats on Plymouth’s historic waterfront due to start on site in 2020.
The first plans for Havering’s biggest regeneration project have been agreed, marking a significant step forward for the Council’s flagship home building programme. Clarkebond is providing civil, structural and ground engineering on the scheme, plus other services including contamination assessment, flood risk assessment, air quality and rail engineering.
Pickerings, a provider of modular buildings and portable accommodation, has opened a new 5-acre depot at Eurolink Business Park in Sittingbourne, Kent.
A recent planning application for a residential development in Cholsey, Oxfordshire has features that other local authorities would do well to adopt, according to Clarkebond’s civil engineering associate director, Andy Jenner.
Paul Ryan-Stansbie has joined Clarkebond as Associate Director, Structural Engineering in their Exeter office.
Clarkebond has secured its place as one of the Top 50 engineering firms in the UK for the sixth consecutive year!
Set in the heart of Tavistock, No 1 Church Lane is now a restaurant in a stunning Georgian property which has been restored from the brink of collapse. The restoration of this listed building has now caught the attention of the Devon Historic Buildings Trust which has nominated the project for a Building Conservation Design Award.
A brand new £11m CAMHS facility, run by Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CFT) has been completed and will be receiving patients shortly.
The commercial potential of a seven-storey, 274-room Premier Inn on a former college site in Southwark, London, was significantly increased when technical flood risk submission from Clarkebond’s hydrology, flood management and planning team convinced the Local Authority that construction of bedrooms in the building’s basement would be safe under all reasonably foreseeable circumstances, based on current guidance.