St Winfrid’s Church, Totton

St Winfrid’s Church, within the Diocese of Winchester, is a red brick Grade 2 listed building constructed in 1937 by the 20th Century architect Nugent Cachemaille-Day. It is described on the Historic England website as a Parish church with walls of brickwork in English bond, arched openings, parapets and a pantile roof. Resembling an early […]

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Leeds University ICEPS Special Gases Project

Following a review of its science and engineering facilities in the light of its ambitious growth plans, Leeds University took the decision to invest almost £100m to create a brand new facility in the north-east quarter of the existing campus. Named after the Noble prize-winning British physicist who developed X-Ray crystallography at Leeds, the Sir […]

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Dow Silicones Works, Barry, South Wales

Dow Silicones is a subsidiary of the Dow Chemical Company, a multinational company headquartered in the US. Producing over 7000 products, including various sealants, adhesives, rubbers, lubricants, silicon oils and solvents, the works at Barry in South Wales is one of three world-scale siloxane manufacturing facilities owned by the company globally. The range of industries […]

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St Mary’s Church, Eling

The Church of St Mary on Eling Hill, in the Diocese of Winchester, is the eighth oldest church in England, with origins dating back to Saxon times. A Grade II listed building, has been altered and extended over the centuries, with an extensive restoration during the Victorian Period. Like many churches of its age, St […]

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HM Government Building

This Grade II listed building is part of the estates owned by HM Government and dates back to the late 19th century. Comprising elevations of red brick and terracotta in the Franco-Flemish style, both the exterior and interior are exquisitely detailed, with carvings and mouldings in the terracotta, in plaster and in wood. Used as […]

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House of Fraser Retail Store, Cardiff

A historic local landmark and a retail destination, the House of Fraser store in Cardiff has been on something of  a roller coaster ride in recent years. Still known locally as ‘Howells’ after its founder, James Howell, established the original shop in 1865, the retailer flourished and grew to occupy more space between Trinity Street […]

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Ysgol Maesydre, Welshpool

Ysgol Maesydre (Maesydre School) in Welshpool is a Grade II building listed by Welsh heritage body Cadw. Of special historical interest it is “a well-preserved example of an important Welsh school type” originally designed in 1898 by Frank Shayler. The challenge was to restore and preserve this historic building while at the same time building […]

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Westferry Printworks

Westferry Printworks was constructed in 1984 and ceased operation in 2012. The former printworks, which was once the engine room for The Daily Express and The Daily Sport, was being demolished to make way for a brand new development comprising homes, offices, retail outlets, health, education, sports and recreation facilities. […]

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St Helier Hospital, Sutton

As part of its 5-year Estate Strategy 2016-21, the Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust has commenced a number of projects. One of its hospitals, St Helier in Carshalton, Surrey will be upgraded and developed to improve the delivery of its clinical services and respond to the needs of the local health economy […]

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Nymans Ruin

Commissioned by the owner of a historic building, Benchmarq were selected to create a 3D model of Nymans, a National Trust Property. Hearing about the benefits of BIM and 3D modelling, our client wanted to use the model to enhance the visitor experience, as an asset management tool of the property and grounds and to […]

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