Stage 4 detailed M&E design for a new 26-storey student accommodation scheme as part of Cardiff’s high-profile Capital Quarter development, providing 675 bedrooms.
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.
Daylight and sunlight assessments, acoustics, air quality audits and utilities work are just some of our services supporting a planning application for 427 apartments on a brownfield site close to Reading town centre.
Flagship BREEAM Excellent development of high quality, energy efficient workspaces for low carbon advanced manufacturing businesses at the heart of the Carluddon Technology Park.
Hydrock delivered the civil and structural engineering design to support the development of a boutique collection of nine townhouses set in a newly created private mews near Clapham Common.
Working with Lovell Partnerships, we provided engineering design services for the transformation of a 5.6 acre former school site into a stylish 78-home development near Newport in south-east Wales.
Our acoustic modelling of a proposed retirement living development demonstrated to the planning authority that residents would enjoy a peaceful setting within an urban environment.
Our engineering planning support and design expertise helped secure outline planning approval and a ‘reserved matters’ consent for a significant mixed-use development in Bath, helping the city to meet its housing needs.
Our award-winning structural engineering design is transforming an old brewery site into the new state-of-the-art West Midlands Construction University Technical College.
A geometrically complex 4-storey development of 17 luxury retirement apartments in Dorset, with an underground car park and vehicle lift.