Hydrock is providing structural and civil engineering for the Acorn Property Group on the £25m redevelopment of a bomb-damaged Grade II listed building and new build residential scheme on the outskirts of Bath.
Our multiple site assessments are helping a leading gas distributor to identify and respond appropriately to potential environmental liabilities across their property portfolio.
A Grade II listed residence returned to its former glory after years of neglect in central London, providing six high-end apartments. Our work won a Highly Commended award at the regional IStructE awards in the category of Structural Heritage for Buildings.
A new multimillion pound faculty of engineering building for the University of the West of England, delivering state of the art teaching and research facilities.
Delivering to a 3-week period, our site investigations on a 200ha regeneration site in Hampshire helped de-risk parcels of the site to enable the development of each phase of the site.
Structural design of a highly efficient steel frame for the new academic building at the heart of the new beachfront Bay Campus, addressing the eye-catching intricacy of the architectural design.
Our engineers are working on the award-winning conversion and restoration of the historical King Edward VII Estate, a 165-acre site within the South Downs National Park.
Our structural design solutions have helped to transform the historically significant, Grade II listed Royal Dart Hotel into five stunning apartments through sensitive restoration and repair.
High performance engine designer Ricardo UK appointed us to develop a state-of-the-art extension at its site in Shoreham-by-Sea.
Hydrock’s logistics and distribution team delivered engineering work on a new 140,000sq ft logistics hub for Davies Turner in Avonmouth.
The new Marlborough College gym is the result of the sympathetic restoration and conversion of a listed former Gaol building and gymnasium into a contemporary, state of the art facility that offers more than just a space to exercise.
Civil and structural engineering design of a new, sustainable civic centre at the heart of a £33 million regeneration of Keynsham town centre, which won the 2015 BCO Corporate Workplace award.