Hydrock's acoustic and structural engineers supported the design of a Amesbury Extra Care Home, a later living development with assisted care facilities, close to Boscombe Down airfield in Wiltshire.
Picture House Court is an innovative and pioneering residential development in south Bristol - a community of 26 high-quality new homes certified to Passivhaus standards.
Our multi-disciplinary expertise assisted in the redevelopment and conversion of a Grade II listed mansion house, creating a £2.5m innovation centre and business hub, delivering a major boost for Wiltshire’s digital economy.
We provided structural, civil and transport engineering services for this compact yet striking housing development in south Bristol.
Our extensive thermal modelling and intricate design of energy systems has brought efficiency to the M&E specification of a 60,000 sq ft commercial development in central Lagos.
Our civil engineering design and ground investigation studies enabled the completion of the £5.3m Phase 1 works for an extension programme at Bristol Airport.
Our multi-disciplinary engineering services are supporting the delivery of a world-class training facility for Bristol Bears, one of England’s top professional rugby clubs.
Hydrock’s ground engineering and structural design solutions have supported Tritax Symmetry with the development of a 661,000 sq ft distribution centre pre-let to the Co-operative Group.
From initial feasibility stage through detailed design to completion, our multi-disciplinary approach has helped Tritax Symmetry deliver a 1.3m sq ft logistics park
Working on behalf of Rangeford Villages, Hydrock provided multi-disciplinary engineering services for a new over-60s luxury retirement living complex on the former HMS Royal Arthur Naval College in Wiltshire.
Hydrock delivered the structural, civils and earthworks engineering for Unit A, Baytree Dunstable: "the most sustainable warehouse in the UK in 2019" according to Property Week magazine.
Working with Intervention Architecture, Hydrock’s structural engineering design enabled the extension to this slim-line Victorian house, helping the owners connect with the outdoors.