The Natural Stone Award 2016

We are delighted that our project in Gloucestershire the Greek Temple at Eastbach was Highly Commended in the new built section and Commended in the workmanship section, the only entry to win two awards. The very high quality of work commended by the judges is a tribute to the builders Treasure & Sons of Ludlow,

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The Winter Gardens at Langley Park

Our project at Langley Park continues, converting the existing building into a high quality hotel and creating a new spa and other facilities, a vast underground facility below ground level. The Winter Garden which will serve as a function room and venue in connection with the hotel has an elegant roof which was made a very

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St Mary’s at Quay Place

Sinclair Johnston & Partners are pleased to announce that St Mary’s at Quay Place in Ipswich, Suffolk has reopened its doors to the public. We were appointed by The Churches Conservation Trust for the renewal and repair works at this grade II* church which had been left redundant for over 100 years. The church is

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Paper Mill Studios shortlisted for AJ Retrofit Award 2016

We are proud to announce that Paper Mill Studios, which we worked on alongside Gresford Architects, has been shortlisted for an AJ Retrofit Award under the category “Offices Under 2,000m2.” The award is dedicated to recognising achievements in design, engineering and construction. The categories are spread out over commercial, public and private sector projects and

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Carlisle Memorial Church Shortlisted for RICS NI 2016 Award

We are proud to have worked alongside Hamilton Architects as consulting engineers on the rescue, stabilisation and regeneration of this historic Belfast landmark. Emergency funding for these works was secured as the building was in a perilous state. Extensive interior scaffolding was erected to allow access internally. The entire roof structure required complex and widespread

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Foundations and Demolition Works at Folgate Street

We are working alongside Tate Hindle Architects and Savills as consulting structural engineers on the refurbishment and extension of this existing office building. Works on site to date include the demolition of the rear façade and existing cores together with excavation and piling for the new foundations. Once all foundations and demolition works are complete

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St Bartholomew’s and Royal London Hospitals

Our work on the Bart’s and London PFI project draws to a close with the completion of the RSQ building after an exciting and demanding thirteen years work with SKANSKA. Bart’s was founded in 1123 and is said to be the oldest working hospital on the original site. We have provided structural and conservation engineering

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Work Continues at Langley Park Hotel

The renewal, re-purposing and renovation of this Grade II* listed 18th Century House and Estate is well under way. Sinclair Johnston and Partners are working with Brookfield Multiplex and Gibberd Architects on the building’s conversion from its previous use as offices to a luxury 6-star hotel and spa. Currently the site teams have constructed the scaffolding

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Sinclair at the RIBA

Sinclair Johnston was recently asked by Keystone Law and Bath Publishing to present a talk on ‘Barn Conversions’ at the RIBA Headquarters in London. The talk was part of a launch seminar, marking the publication of Martin Goodall’s new book ‘A Practical Guide to Permitted Changes of Use under the General Permitted Development Order’. Of

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Planning Application Success in RBK&C

Increasingly stringent regulations and requirements surrounding basement planning applications means that the process of submitting a valid application has become exceedingly difficult. Once submitted, the applicant is no longer able to provide additional material to support their application. Therefore it is imperative that the application is water tight and every relevant piece of information is included prior

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