News & Events
Andre Siwek Joins as Civil & Structural Technical Director in London
Following a continuation of growth, Harley Haddow are pleased to announce the expansion of our London leadership team by appointing André Siwek as Technical Director. The expansion comes as a result of ongoing demand following project success for Harley Haddow in London and the surrounding areas.
André joins the business as a Chartered Engineer with over 10 years’ experience in Civil & Structural Engineering, bringing with him in-depth structural engineering knowledge as well as a keen interest in historic buildings. Having completed a Master’s degree in the Conservation of Historic Buildings, his experience is closely aligned with many of our current and hopefully future projects.
Guy Willis Robb, Director
“I am delighted to welcome André to our London office to assist in the ongoing expansion of our engineering offering within London. André’s experience and talent as an Engineer is underpinned by a keen interest in historic buildings, matching the experience and aspirations of the business as a whole. André and I will be working closely together to continue our success in providing a truly multi-dis engineering offering to our existing and future Client base.”
André Siwek, Technical Director
“I am extremely pleased to be joining Harley Haddow as Technical Director. I find the company ethos is closely aligned with my own in approach to design, focus on historic building projects and a commitment to providing top quality engineering solutions on all of their projects. I look forward to working as part of a close-knit multi-disciplinary team to produce some excellent design on a range of exciting projects going forward.”
This key appointment will enable further success for the London office as we look forward to what lies ahead. André is a complimentary and skilled asset to the HH team and that both new and existing clients will enjoy working closely with him on a wide range of exciting projects.
Harley Haddow Highlands
Harley Haddow are delighted to announce the opening of a new Highland studio. The expansion follows an increased number of opportunities and a desire to provide a more localised service to our expanding contact base within these locations. We have worked successfully within these areas for the last 70 years,…View Full PostPosted 28 May 2021 >
Harley Haddow are now Passivhaus Accredited
Passivhaus is the world’s leading low-energy building design standard. Passivhaus buildings provide a high level of occupant comfort while using very little energy for heating and cooling. They are built with meticulous attention to detail, and rigorous design and construction. The principles were developed by the Passivhaus Institute in Germany…View Full PostPosted 16 Sep 2020 >
University of Stirling Sports Centre sees completion
We are delighted to see the completion and handover of the impressive new University of Stirling Sports Centre. Harley Haddow were involved in the redevelopment of the University of Stirlings’s new Sports Centre – a 330-acre site on the edge of Stirling – which includes a sports hall, state-of-the-art fitness…View Full PostPosted 12 Sep 2020 >
London office awarded 90 New Road, Rainham
Harley Haddow have recently been awarded the New Road, Rainham project working for Clarion Housing Group alongside BPTW Architects. The project sees the redevelopment of a key brownfield site as part of a major East London regeneration site including the provision of a new train station link and local community…View Full PostPosted 25 Aug 2020 >
The Green Recovery
The Green Recovery: Low Carbon Energy Project Development Funding has been released and will target a minimum of £1 million development support for projects with potential to deploy low carbon heat and/or renewable electricity solutions for buildings, as well as proposals for integrated energy systems that support the ambitions for…View Full PostPosted 13 Jul 2020 >
Redevelopment of Clarendon House
Harley Haddow have successfully bid for Clarendon House on Edinburgh’s George Street. The property – which was redeveloped in 1992 – is Category C Listed and located within Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site and the New Town Conservation Area. Our structural engineering services will include the redevelopment to the basement and…View Full PostPosted 10 Jul 2020 >