We have included images of many projects, all benefiting from our Civil and Structural Engineering expertise, such as commercial offices for Legal and General in Hove, Reading special needs school, quarry works in South Wales, through to the louvered roof structure on Canary Wharf tower.
We are currently progressing with many interesting and varied projects such as :
Reading – A special needs school – new build on Greenfield site. Construction cost £20m.
Bettridge – Another special needs school – replacing existing buildings. Construction cost £9.5m.
We are progressing projects for national developers at Shoreham & Caterham including seven storey apartment blocks. We have also three prestige new build country houses on the ‘drawing board’ with values up to £1.5m.
We have recently completed a tunnel design for Lafarge Cement which features a 9.5m diameter arch as part of a Quarry extension in South Wales. Works will be starting on site early in the New Year, with Archibald Shaw acting as the Employer’s Representative.
Designs for a new Bridge and access road for Littlehampton Marina are currently out to tender. These works are anticipated to be awarded early in the New Year. Archibald Shaw will be the Engineer administrating the works.
Local Authority Works
Archibald Shaw are currently acting as Engineer for Fareham Borough Council on major environmental improvement works on a main commercial thoroughfare through the centre of Fareham. This is funded jointly by Fareham Borough Council and Communities and Local Government. Works are programmed to be completed by May 2008.
High quality York stone paving has been designed and detailed for a central area of Chichester. These improvement works have included removal of public lavatories, construction of new lavatories, a retail and residential building, and an improved centre of town car park arrangement.
We are also carrying out work in the Channel Islands on Guernsey where we have linked with a local consulting engineering practice. We are actively engaged in combining our resources to form an establishment on Guernsey. We hope to report further on this in the New Year.
A new Structural Engineer has recently joined our team at Chichester and we are actively seeking further Civil and Structural Engineers and Technicians.
We are pleased to report that earlier this year Neil Grinham, previously an Associate at Newbury office, became a Director. Also Neil Stanaway a long serving Senior Engineer in the Chichester office was made an Associate.
New premises to house our increasing numbers and workload are being planned. We aim to move to new larger and fully equipped offices in Chichester in 2008/2009.