Our multi-disciplinary services contributed to securing planning permission on this high-profile site on Merseyside close to where the M57 and M58 meet, providing space for industrial, retail and leisure uses.
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.
Hydrock is undertaking mechanical and electrical engineering design on two campus sites in Huddersfield for one of the UK’s largest colleges.
Multi-disciplinary engineering services for a new 30,000 sq m, £40m technology and logistics centre for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
Precision engineering design was key to our design solution for a new award-winning heritage and learning centre to house and celebrate Concorde and Bristol’s aviation history.
Complete multi-disciplinary service delivery from due diligence to planning approval to construction supervision for a phased 16 hectare mixed-use brownfield development.
Our specialist logistics and distribution team is delivering Altitude, a 574,258 sq ft warehouse at Magna Park, Milton Keynes, which has been reported as the UK’s biggest speculative shed development since the recession.
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 providing the Building Performance Engineering design for Powys County Council to deliver a new school building at Brecon High School, fit to meet the demands of education in the 21st century.
In a technically challenging project, Hydrock is delivering multi-disciplinary services for SACO to convert an existing building shell into a 142-unit aparthotel within walking distance of London’s iconic Tower Bridge.
Multi-disciplinary design from pre-acquisition due diligence to detailed design on an exclusive retirement development for PegasusLife.
Acting for BAM Construction, we delivered the engineering design and set the environmental strategy for the new £21m Great Western Academy which will ultimately cater for 1,200 pupils.