Engineered foundations provide a far more sustainable and site-sensitive solution to the problem of the risks posed by trees located near to buildings.
In the Spring of 2018, ASUC member company Neil Foundations Systems took on a project in Reading, Berkshire.
Llwyn Celyn will feature on More4’s Restoring Britain’s Landmarks on 16th & 23rd January 2019, with the two 1-hour programmes showing the various tradesmen and heritage-specific skills.
Croft Structural Engineers’ expertise proved invaluable on this ambitious remodelling of a five-storey Victorian townhouse.
Find out how a family residence on one of the most prestigious residential avenues in Notting Hill was developed for the owner by Knowles & Associates.
The Newton Membrane Recycling Service is a great example of innovation within the waterproofing industry.
Croft Structural Engineers’ expertise in refurbishment and basements proved invaluable for this 4-storey residence in Primrose Hill.
ASUC-member Newton Waterproofing’s project at Lillie Square in London provides an excellent case study of waterproofing in a massive new build.
Georgia Burbridge and Rachel Munro of ASUC member company Delta Membrane Systems Limited established the Women of Waterproofing Networking Group.
Croft Structural Engineers completed a complex project at Oldbury Place converting an existing Victorian industrial building into three modern townhouses.
ASUC member company Rackham Construction Limited worked on a 1960's multi-residential building was demolished to create this stunning town house with double-height basement.
ASUC member company Delta Membranes' expertise ensures the new basement on Seymour Street is perfectly waterproof for their clients.
The chalk cliffs at the Seven Sisters have been described as one of the most beautiful walks in the UK and now you can safely reach the beach thanks to Neil Foundations.