Projects

Royal Forest of Dean Campus, Gloucester College

A brownfield site development delivering a £15m flagship new college campus in the former mining area of the Royal Forest of Dean. The project is the first phase of a £100m regeneration masterplan for the area.

Airbus Testing Facility

Collaboration with Airbus gave us a deep understanding of the unique requirements needed for the structural design of a new landing gear test facility.

H&M – Rugby Gateway

Design of a new distribution centre for a leading fashion retailer on a site at the heart of the UK’s logistics network.

The General

The General, is a perfect example of taking a dilapidated, listed British heritage asset and transforming it into stunning new residential accommodation with a vibrant commercial offering to ensure its sustainable future.

Sayer Court, Tachbrook Road

We were appointed by Willmott Dixon to provide highways, civil and structural engineering design services for this £11m development of social/affordable housing for the over 55s in Leamington Spa.

Bath Spa University accommodation

Our civil and structural engineering services helped create state-of-the-art accommodation for students in Bath.

Chesterfield Hospital, Nuffield Health

We’ve helped to build a new hospital and return a Grade II listed building back to its original use as a beautiful private hospital in the heart of Clifton, Bristol.

Winterbourne International Academy

Transforming the learning environment of an award-winning international academy in Bristol through innovation and cost-effective design.

Factory no.1, Bedminster, Bristol

We helped transform a high flood risk site into a feasible redevelopment scheme to help regenerate Bedminster.

Mulberry Park Community Hub, Bath

With its 8m span, eye-catching copper alloy clad cantilever, we delivered the structural engineering design for this community facility that supports a new 700-home development.

Bristol Old Vic theatre refurbishment

Our award-winning refurbishment of this Grade I listed theatre was completed without restricting live performances, despite severely confined working space and only partial structural records.

Scraesdon Fort, Cornwall

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.