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Liver Birds

Liver Building, Liverpool

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Client    CBRE Ltd

Scope   grade I listed 1908-10 | structural condition survey

              abseil survey | repair strategy | metalwork repairs   

Status    Completed

Grade I listed ‘three graces’ icon Liverpool waterfront commercial building, representing the first skyscraper in the UK to incorporate a reinforced concrete frame designed by Lois Gustave Mouchel.

Assessment and review of the Liver Birds at the top of the Liver Building alongside specialist abseil surveyors.  Developed and implemented sensitive repair strategy to these iconic mythical creatures. 

RHS Bridgewater Chinese Pavilion


Client    Royal Horticultural Society

Scope   former site of Worsley New Hall | historic setting | 

              156 acres | unique garden features   

Status    Completed

RHS Bridgewater sits on the site of the former gardens of the Worsley New Hall. 

Our involvement included designing the foundations for the new Chinese garden pavilion in the Chinese garden. The main structural components were designed, manufactured and transported from China with assembly occurring on-site.   

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St George's Hall Poppies


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Client    Event Design Co. 

Scope   grade I listed | 1841-56 | art installation | 

              remembrance day structural impact of installation

Status    Completed

As part of the national commemoration the poppy installation that was initially at the Tower of London toured the country. As part of Liverpool’s celebrations a section of the installation was erected at St George’s Hall a grade I listed building. The support structure and the structural impact of the installation was structurally assessed on behalf of the City.

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