Dudley Ward Tunnel 2011
The complexity, difficult nature and asthetics of the Dudley Ward Tunnel and Rock Fall canopy and associated works was recognised by the project being "runners up" for the 2011 International Groundworks Project of the year. The Civil and Structural Engineering design and site supervision was undertaken by Clark Smith Partnership working with lead consultant Golder International.
Photographs of the project are now being used by the Association of Engineering Consultancy for their publicity material.
Bear Lane 2011
The residential development commisioned by Galliard Homes in Bear Lane SE1 and completed in 2010 was awarded an RIBA award for Architecture in early 2011.
The architectural design was undertaken by Panter Hudspith and Clark Smith Partnership are proud to have been the Structural Engineering Consultant.
Twickenham "Walk Of Ledgends" 2010
The completion of the "Walk of Legends" project in 2010, commissioned by RFU, saw the transformation of all public areas surrounding Twickenham Stadium. Clark Smith Partnership were entrusted with the Civil Engineering design of this prestigious project which won the BALI National Landscape Award for Best Hard Landscaping project in 2010.
We have undertaken work on many historic and listed buildings. In particular our project “unlocking the archives” was the winner of the 2005 British Construction Industry Awards—Judges Special Award made each year for the building or Civil Engineering project of any size that the judges considered to be particularly inspirational. The development at the RGS site was very sensitive due to its siting adjacent to Listed Buildings and the very high water table. The existing RGS gardens had a half storey drop in level and the new structure was sited to minimize loss of open space by being partially submerged into soft landscaping, including the new roof structure. The development was for the new display and archive storage of very sensitive information including “Scott of the Antarctic” artifacts.
In 2000 we were fortunate enough to be involved in the remodeling of the Battle of Britain Monument on Victoria Embankment in London. This project was the winner of the Civic Trust Award from Westminster Council and to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, the Monument was unveiled by HRH The Prince of Wales and HRH the Duchess of Cornwall, in the presence of survivors of the Few.
We have also won Civic Trust awards for our work in Worcester and at Walsall Bus Station.