This project was a new build construction of two maisonettes over 4 floors including a basement. Basements walls and columns were constructed, along with floor slabs and retaining walls. An internal lift shaft was also constructed.
The Eye is a stunning three bedroom, single storey private residence cut into the cliffs of the picturesque Devon coastline. Designed by Alan Phillips Architects, with the structural engineering work carried out by Mitchenson Macken, the Eye is such an impressive structure that it is being featured on Kevin McCloud’s Channel 4 series Grand Designs which features prestigious architectural homebuilding projects.
As part of a high profile project in Nottingham, we were contacted to provide the technical drawings and equipment for the demolition of a former Odeon cinema, plus its conversion into a new 15 storey block containing student accommodation and leisure facilities.
The Borders Railway is the longest new domestic railway to be constructed in Britain for over 100 years. As part of this £294 million construction project, four new stations are being built in Midlothian and three in the Scottish Borders.
In July 2012 German waste to energy company, MVV Environment commenced work to build a ‘Waste to Energy’ plant at the Devonport Docks near Plymouth. Now operational, the facility will annually process 240,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste into energy to help power homes in the city of Plymouth.
The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie to Tipperty project is a major transport infrastructure project at the heart of the Scottish Government’s commitment to improve transport in Aberdeen and across the North East of Scotland. It involves the construction of a new 58km road which is expected to be fully open by winter 2017.
This prestigious project is based in Pall Mall, London. It consists of a complete internal rebuild and conversion of a 9 storey building including a basement.
Glencorse Water Treatment Works (WTW) is a newly built facility designed to deliver clearer, fresher drinking water to up to 450,000 customers across Edinburgh and parts of Midlothian. It has replaced Scottish Water’s Fairmilehead and Alnwickhill Treatment Works which had reached the end of their operational lives.