Building Design

Some of the projects we have been involved with:

V&A Exhibition Road, England

Designed by Amanda Levete Architects. This project is a redevelopment of the V&A Galleries on Exhibition Road. With a new basement gallery and a complex folded plate truss roof to support a new courtyard space above. The project comprises of R.C. basement and a steel framed folded plate truss and other steel and R.C. structures.

Doha Education City, Qatar

Designed by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. The project comprised of a 45,000m/sq basement car park and a 13 storey HQ building. The HQ buildings final 3 stories are hung from the roof frame to give the building a separation between the 10th and 11th floors.

BBVA Mexico, Mexico

Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners (UK) and Legorreta + Legoretta (Mexico).This project is a 240m high (52 storey) office tower in a seismic zone. The main structure is an expressed steel mega frame that provides the main stability for the building.

Development in Brixton, London

Planning was gained for a redevelopment of an area of Brixton. This was a combination of several Architects and the Structural engineering was designed by Conisbee.

St Luke's Development, London

A large redevelopment in North London comprising of new terraced houses, apartment blocks, underground parking and the extension and refurbishment of existing buildings on site.

Terrace House Refurbishment, East London

This house in East London was underpinned and the lower ground floor dropped to make the rooms into liveable areas. The remainder of the house was refurbished. This resulted in a dramatic increasing in the property value.