The Byron House redevelopment was a mixed development joint venture between UPP (Universities Partnerships Programme) and Nottingham Trent University and was based on students’ vision for the new Byron House.The scheme provided 5,500 square metres of social, leisure and wellbeing facilities, plus living accommodation.
Helenslea Avenue is a residential development in North-West London on the site of the former Swaminarayan Hindu Temple. The development includes a mix of comprising 2, 3, and 4 bedroom apartments, with underground parking, and basement CHP provision. The development is designed to meet Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4, which is a +5dB enhancement […]
The Garden Bridge is a new footbridge that will span the River Thames, from Temple underground station on the Embankment to the South Bank. The bridge will house a new ‘park’ and gardens for central London. Footpaths will weave through the garden, creating a new pedestrian route which will be free and open to all […]
This was a prestigious development in the City of London within the Insurance district. Developers Mitsui Fudosan and Stanhope plc were developing a 15 storey glass curtain wall building valued at £60 million. SRL were employed to monitor noise, vibration and dust through the demolition period and into significant works of the construction phase. Challenge […]
Carillion have built a 1000 tonne rail flyover close to Heathrow. The 120m long structure is the largest single span bridge to be built anywhere to the west of London since Brunel’s era. Building a 1000 tonne structure always had the potential to create noise and vibration, and doing it in a populated part of […]
The hospital is the result of 10 years’ work led by clinical teams at Northumbria Healthcare and is specifically dedicated to emergency care, having A&E consultants physically on site 24/7, as well as specialists in a range of conditions. The location for the site was a key factor for the success of the project. The […]
Formerly a Royal Insurance Company building, Aloft Liverpool was designed in 1849 by James Francis Doyle to accommodate the growing business. The copper plated dome on the roof is a defining feature of the building, and was once visible from many parts of the city. After becoming disused in the 1980s, a major refurbishment by […]
Archbishop Beck Catholic Sports College is part of a batch of 3 secondary schools originally based on the Edventure Concept, where classrooms are arranged around a large open atrium. SRL carried out extensive acoustic modelling of the atria and the sports hall, with the latter requiring acoustic enhancements to support the needs of blind football […]
In response to a growing population, Peterborough City Council has undertaken a school places expansion programme. As part of this, the new 420 place Welland Primary School was constructed on the site of a previous primary school.
The production of waste is a natural result of economic and social activity by businesses and consumers, and has been throughout human history. The key is to ensure that the value we extract from resources is not exceeded by the costs of using them, and therefore that we do not produce excessive amounts of waste. […]