A development of 36 new homes for social rent and shared ownership in Clutton, Somerset is nearing completion. The first residents moved into their new homes at Highbury Fields in March last year and the development is due for completion this spring.
Our congratulations go to Clarkebond assistant engineer, Mark Robson on gaining his Engineering Technician qualification from the ICE.
A historic church hall-turned-gym in Bristol, once used by Commonwealth Games weightlifter Precious McKenzie, is being redeveloped into flats and houses.
The extension and refurbishment of the world-class headquarters for the Royal College of Surgeons, a Grade II listed building, is taking shape in Holborn, London.
A multi-million flagship facility at Weston College’s Loxton Campus, Weston-Super-Mare, has been officially opened. The first of its kind in the region, the Health and Active Living Skills Centre enables young people and members of the public to gain access to modern facilities with the aim to improve the general health and wellbeing of the community.
Plans have been submitted for a unique new mixed-use development, just off the Chiswick flyover in London, which would transform the area and provide a ‘a fully integrated experience-led urban environment.’
A new standard for organisations working in the construction sector has been developed with the aim of saving suppliers time in the prequalification process.
Clarkebond is part of a project team assisting in design, advice and training for local staff and engineers to help with reinvigorating the Yangon Hospital, Myanmar, as part of an overall masterplan produced by Article 25, the largest architectural charity in the world.
Clarkebond structural engineers were delighted recently to provide support for a leading UK manufacturer and worldwide exporter of steel water tanks for humanitarian projects.
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.