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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, having have had the pleasure of being involved in a range of projects across all sectors since our inception in 1950. At present, we have recent works ongoing in various Highland locations, from Kilchoman Distillery on Islay, to Inverness Castle to Glencoe Ski Centre.
The office will be headed up by Euan Gray, a Principal Structural Engineer and established member of our team who has spent close to a decade working within Harley Haddow. Having grown up in Fort William, Euan brings sound knowledge of the area, credible contacts and an ambition to provide a local engineering assistance within his hometown and its surrounding areas.
“I have always had strong ties with the Highlands, and I am excited about the prospect of moving back to contribute to the community I grew up in. With the backing of the other HH offices, I am looking forward to growing the client base and continuing to work on exciting structures within my new rural setting.”
Euan will be building on existing relationships in the Highlands whilst also working to introduce Harley Haddow to new prospective clients. His wealth of experience and depth of knowledge is an asset to the business, and we are confident our Clients will enjoy working closely with him over the coming years.
Andre Siwek Joins as Civil & Structural Technical Director in London
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Harley Haddow are now Passivhaus Accredited
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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
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The Green Recovery
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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 >