Date
9th March 2016
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Three Projects Shortlisted in the RIBA Awards 2016

Three of Civic Engineers’ recently completed projects have been shortlisted for the RIBA Awards 2016.

Eco-Terrace Exhibition Mews project in Whitehill Bordon, and Suburban Housing, North Lane, Aldershot have both made the final 32 projects listed in the RIBA South Awards 2016, whilst 2 St. James’s Street has made the final 68 buildings in the RIBA London Awards 2016.

Working with Ash Sakula Architects, Civic Engineers acted as Civil & Structural Engineers on the Exhibition Mews, designing the structure and underground drainage, as well as advising on vehicle movement. You can find out more about the project here.

Working with Sergison Bates Architects, Civic Engineers acted as Civil and Structural Engineers on Suburban Housing, North Lane, Aldershot.  Here we were responsible for the structural design of the residential and communal buildings, the detailing of the hard landscaping and the design of the extensive naturally draining SuDs network across the site. You can find out more about the project here.

Finally, working with MJP Architects, Civic Engineers acted as Structural Engineers on the refurbishment of 2 St. James’s Street, London. The development created a new office building for Berry Bros and Rudd wine merchants behind a partly retained facade opposite St James’ Palace on Pall Mall. You can find out more about the project here.

In the past year we at Civic Engineers have continued to build on our strong reputation for designing and delivering high quality projects, recognised by a broad range of well respected professional bodies across the UK. We are striving to develop and exceed these standards for the years to come.

Three Projects Shortlisted in the RIBA Awards 2016