Project Updates

There’s been lots of progress made with our construction projects recently. Here’s a run though of our structural engineering projects that are currently on site. 

Photo Credit: Croft Design Collective

Oriel Road

Our new build project in Fulwood, Sheffield with HEM Architects started on site in the Autumn. The waterproof concrete retaining walls are built, most of the lower ground floor walls are now up and the steelwork is starting to go in.

This one is starting to take shape nicely.

Sort Trae

Photo Credit: Dug Wilders

Our Passivhaus project in Thurgoland is now complete and the client is thrilled with the end product.

We’ve really enjoyed working with the team at Terry Hugget Developments and HEM Architects on this exciting project. 

Byron Road

Photo Credit: Croft Design Collective

We really enjoyed working on this timber-framed extension with Croft Design Collective.

We supported Croft throughout the design to minimise the amount of steel structure which was used in the build, dramatically reducing it’s emodied carbon.

It looks like a fantastic space and Cahill building contractors look like they’ve done good job on the build.

Walkley Road

A new rear extension on a steep site in Walkley, Sheffield will provide much needed living space for this compact, traditional home with a steeply sloping garden.

We’re working with HEM Architects on this timber-framed extension which perches at the back of the house above some workshop space.

Bruce Road

The reconfiguration and internal works are progressing well, despite some delays, on this challenging extension and remodel project next to a river in Sheffied.

The interior of the existing house is taking shape nicely and we’re looking forward to seeing progress on the extension now that the river wall has been stabalised.

Again, we’re working with HEM Architects on this one.

SHYA Depot

Photo credit: Nigel Barker

We supported HEM Architects and 93ft on this small but beautifully resolved refurbishment and retrofit project for South Yorkshire Housing Association.

There weren’t a huge number of structural changes to the existing buildings. However our involvement was still key to the project success as we undertook a structural appraisal of the existing structures and completed the structural design of the delicate, steel entrance porches.

Find out more about the project in this lovely article by Miranda Plowden on what makes the depot uniquely SYHA.

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