December Newsletter

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Our newest recruit, Elise O’ Donovan, joins us from a structural engineering firm in London. Elise will be undertaking both civil and structural engineering design within the Chichester Office. Before joining Archibald Shaw, her interest in sustainable design and natural building materials led her to take a working holiday on sustainable building projects across the […]

Autumn Newsletter

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Farncombe Down Stables Archibald Shaw have been appointed by Shadwell Estate to undertake the civil and structural design of a new racing horse rehabilitation facility in Lambourn, Berkshire in the heart of the “Valley of the Racehorse”. Lambourn is an internationally renowned horseracing centre. The yard will be operated as a breaking and rehabilitation yard […]

A Fair Mix

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Grand Designs Archibald Shaw has a long and successful record of providing sensitive civil and structural design solutions. These include restorations of, or modifications to, historic structures, be they for English Heritage on sites such as Dover Castle or private clients on Grade 1 or 2 listed buildings. A current project on a Grade 1 […]

So What’s the Latest at Archibald Shaw?

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School Challenges We have three school projects for the West Sussex Local Education Authority currently under construction, but one in particular has offered a few additional challenges. A 6m deep, 3m diameter foul water sewer and shallow culverted river conflicted with proposals for two school buildings. These difficulties were efficiently overcome through detailed investigations on and off […]

Time for an update – It’s been a busy few months!

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Newbury The Newbury team have been busy progressing structural engineering appraisals and designs on both historic and new buildings, including St. Thomas’ Church Hall, Hermitage Village Hall and industrial and office buildings in New Greenham Park. Meanwhile Neil Grinham has recently donned his shorts to complete a 30-mile ride with Axis Architecture in support of The Elizabeth Foundation.  […]