Significant energy efficiencies achieved at one of the south-west’s major urban regeneration projects through our comprehensive M&E design.
Our ground investigation studies contributed to a successful planning application by Suttons Group to redevelop Linkway Business Park.
Sympathetic and practical restoration of the access bridge and entrance doors to a Grade II listed, 19th century fort, with significant reuse of original components.
We supported NuGen and its business partners in developing a nuclear organisational capability for its proposed site at Moorside in Cumbria.
Our multi-disciplinary services on this landmark project included the design of BREEAM ‘excellent’ and ‘outstanding’ buildings.
Our strategic transport management plan has helped the world-famous Minack Theatre ease traffic and transport issues in the highly popular Porthcurno Valley.
Award-winning and stunningly dramatic staircase created to open up the South West Coastal Path allowing walkers to pass through the 19th century Royal William Yard.
Our robust, evidence-based discussions, helped secure planning approval for a new 400-bed accommodation scheme for students of the University of Bournemouth.
Hydrock worked with Midas’ delivery team to provide detailed design on a new, award winning, £6m National College for Nuclear set to help train the country’s next generation of nuclear engineers.
Our planning and design expertise has helped protect the interests of a prestigious private school in Devon whilst also delivering improvements for nearby roads within a conservation area.
We helped our client prepare for the decommissioning phase by producing a BAT procedure and assessment that would enable them to optimise their waste management operations.
Our multi-disciplinary involvement in the £40m regeneration of Bristol’s floating harbour will deliver a stunning new urban village in an area of historical significance.