Theodore Tai, Regional Director of multidisciplinary engineering consultancy Clarkebond, has been elected by as Fellow of The Institution of Structural Engineers (FIStructE).
A new crematorium, set in a tranquil rural setting overlooking a lake in Watermead, Buckinghamshire, has been completed and is now ready to open for business. Clarkebond provided civil and structural engineering services for the facility’s developer and operator, The Westerleigh Group
A new urology centre, set to transform the patient experience at the Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, has opened for patients. The £3.3m The Stokes Centre for Urology, will provide significant increased capacity and convenience for people in the south of England and will ease current long waiting times, diagnostic delays, availability of specialist equipment and treatments.
Work is well underway to transform the historic site of the former Courage Brewery in the centre of Bristol into an exciting new space for living and working. Rich in industrial history, the Fermentation Buildings and Compressor Building are set to be developed into commercial, retail and leisure space and a micro-brewery.
The long awaited demolition of Westmoreland House and the structure behind the Carriageworks building facade in Stokes Croft, Bristol, is starting. This is the first phase of redevelopment of the whole site which, when complete, will comprise 6 residential blocks and some retail units.
Clarkebond has made two new senior appointments to support the next phase of growth in Clarkebond’s Transport Planning services.
An 8-year masterplan for a $75m project to expand and substantially upgrade the Sittwe General Hospital in Myanmar has been submitted to the United Nations
Construction of a seven-storey, 274-room Premier Inn on a former college site in Southwark close to London landmarks including The London Eye and the Royal Festival Hall, is set to start this autumn. Clarkebond is providing civils, geo-environmental and structural engineering design, including, basement impact assessment, masterplanning support, a detailed flood risk assessment and flood emergency management plan, for the new hotel development.
Named to commemorate a friary church that was originally founded in 1231, Greyfriars Quarter, a 265 dwelling development in Gloucester, is nearing completion.
Clarkebond are thrilled to have been selected as a finalist in the 2018 Building Awards. The shortlisted entry is in the Small Projects Category and is for the Being Brunel museum in Bristol, which sits on the harbourside alongside the SS Great Britain.
Marina Lazar is Clarkebond’s latest civil engineer to achieve chartered status. Marina first worked for Clarkebond for over 6 years until 2013 when she left to broaden her experience in two other consultancies before returning to Clarkebond as Senior Structural Engineer last year.