Four go to MIPIM

Under the banner of Manchester at MIPIM, Hydrock is sending four members of our team to Cannes in March to network and socialise, talking everything from development feasibility to building performance design, to fell running and brewing.

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Expansion of Hydrock's team in Cornwall

Strengthening our existing presence in Cornwall, Hydrock is delighted to announce the expansion of its office in Camborne to include specialists leading on building services design and geo-environmental engineering.

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Experienced fire safety engineers join Hydrock

Hydrock is delighted to welcome Dr Rui Sun and Chris Allery to join our fire engineering team. They will deliver fire safety strategy development, structural fire engineering design and analysis, and structural blast engineering capability.

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Multi-disciplinary appointment with BAM on ESFA-funded college in Cornwall

Hydrock is delighted to be supporting BAM Construction to deliver a £16 million range of new teaching facilities for Helston Community College in Cornwall.

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X1 Developments appoint Hydrock on Chatham Waters

Our national multidisciplinary engineering teams have been appointed to a stunning development of almost 200 apartments overlooking the historic Chatham Docks in Kent.

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Slashing emissions and improving air quality using ‘green waves’

Green waves - the synchronisation of traffic signals to enable the smoothest possible flow of traffic along a road - have resulted in a reduction of emissions by 10%, and we have been working with partners to demonstrate the benefits.

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Danny Hope appointed Chair of CIWEM Contaminated Land Network Steering Group

The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management has appointed Danny Hope as Chair of its Contaminated Land Network Steering Group.

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Planning secured for major Bristol HQ, 4 Glass Wharf

Hydrock has worked with Salmon Harvester Properties to secure planning consent for a 210,000 net sq ft office headquarters at 4 Glass Wharf, Temple Quay, Bristol.

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How blockchain could transform construction and property management

New technology is a disrupter. The construction and engineering sector is well aware of this. Building Information Modelling (BIM) is arguably the most high-profile form of disruption our sector is experiencing and continues to grapple with.