Our design of an exemplary new 95,000 sq ft Grade A office building in central Bristol was pivotal to it being the first building outside London to achieve a rating of BREEAM Outstanding.
Through all RIBA stages, our low-energy designs are helping to create the stunning new home for English National Ballet and English National Ballet School in east London.
Full end-to-end M&E services design on the fast-paced conversion of Hangar 86 at Dyson’s Hullavington Campus in Wiltshire which is a centre for R&D activities for the technology giant.
Hydrock NMCL is supporting the preparation of the pre-construction safety report for the design of Hinkley Point C – the first nuclear power station to be built in the UK for over two decades.
At 940,000 sq ft, we designed one of the UK's largest ever distribution centres for Waitrose. Our role included off-site highways works connecting to the main road system, and structural and geotechnical engineering design.
Our pre-planning, multi-disciplinary services, including flood risk mitigation, civil and structural engineering and daylight and sunlight assessments have supported plans for a £220m landmark residential development in Birmingham City Centre.
Hydrock is the lead consultant to Airbus, delivering the design of a new state-of-the-art facility at Filton, Bristol that will develop and test the aerospace technology of the future.
Hydrock is undertaking mechanical and electrical engineering design on two campus sites in Huddersfield for one of the UK’s largest colleges.
Our land quality expertise has been pivotal in producing a viable scheme and securing the planning approval for the regeneration of Ellesmere Port, a 20ha industrial site in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire.
Hydrock worked with Salmon Harvester Properties to secure planning consent for a 210,000 net sq ft office headquarters in in Bristol’s Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone at 4 Glass Wharf, Temple Quay.
We have supported John Sisk & Son with the pre planning and detailed design of Smith’s Yard, a 199-home PRS development for Manchester Life Development Company, in the heart of the Ancoats area of Manchester.
Multi-disciplinary engineering services for a new 30,000 sq m, £40m technology and logistics centre for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.