Clarkebond is delighted to have been shortlisted for the Consultancy of the Year 2019 award in the inaugural Bristol Property Awards.
David Knight, Head of Transport Planning at Clarkebond, will be speaking on this subject and more at this year’s Transport Practitioner’s Meeting (TPM) in Oxford in July in connection with research into the Transport sustainability of Large Scale Housing Development.
A new £6 million state-of-the-art urology centre that will deliver cutting edge treatment and research for patients from across Surrey and beyond, has been given a royal seal of approval and shortlisted for a prestigious RICS award in the same week!
Clarkebond have won a place on a framework contract covering the South West and Wales for civil and structural engineering design services for residential works.
Clarkebond are delighted to have been appointed by Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Trust to provide rail design services for the first step of an ambitious £16.5m project to reinstate a further 4.5 miles of this narrow gauge railway line.
Clarkebond is delighted to announce that as well as being selected to be a NCE 100 company in 2019, they have also been shortlisted for an NCE award for ‘Impact in Urban Living’.
Nearly 10 years after providing structural, civil and ground engineering services for an award-winning leisure centre in Evesham, Clarkebond was appointed to provide its services again for a £3m extension to the centre.
At Clarkebond we really value the role that work experience plays in developing young people and in promoting the opportunities that our profession has to offer. We have a very pro-active, engaging work experience programme onto which we were delighted to welcome Zainab recently. This is her inspiring story.
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.