Feb 2017

Remediation of major strategic site

In 2016 we were asked to assist Blu 3 in preparing a major strategic site in Luton, UK for mixed-use development. The site was part of the former Vauxhall Motors factory and had been in use for vehicle manufacture from 1905. The area of site covered 14ha. Assistance was first given at tender stage when [...]

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Remediation of major strategic site, Luton.

Feb 2017

Best Global Environmental & Engineering Consultancy – UK

Article courtesy of Transport News: Air Transport Awards 2017 IDOM provide a number of services to the aviation community, including master planning, feasibility studies and the design of aviation infrastructure and operation, where they are involved from the earliest stages of a project until the detailed design stage required during construction. We spoke to Elena [...]

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Feb 2017

Building upon solid foundations in Scotland’s construction industry

We are making further investment in the Scottish market this year encouraged by real signs of growth in Scotland’s construction industry. We opened our first office in Stirling two years ago to support increasing business opportunities developing in Scotland. Our Scottish division has now taken on more staff and moved into larger premises at Stirling [...]

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Building upon solid foundations in Scotland's construction industry

Jan 2017

Supporting Michelin’s Investment in UK Manufacturing

We are currently working with Michelin Tyre PLC to assist them in the redevelopment and improvement of their manufacturing plant in Dundee, Scotland. As one of the world’s foremost tyre manufacturer, Michelin are always seeking ways to improve their product and better the customer experience. As part of a £60m+ investment project, we are undertaking [...]

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Michelin

Dec 2016

Approved Body of Design

Idom Merebrook are delighted to announce that we have been successful in joining the Scheme for Certification of Design (Building Structures) in Scotland, as an Approved Body of Design. Chartered Structural Engineer, Keith Marrison, who recently joined our Stirling team, has the role of an Approved Certifier, to ensure that our building projects in Scotland [...]

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SER

Dec 2016

New offices at the site of the world’s first successful water powered cotton spinning mill

At the end of November we moved into our new premises at Cromford Creative, a high-tech office space located within the newly renovated UNESCO World Heritage site of Cromford Mills, near Matlock. Based at the historical East Mill in Belper for twenty years we relocated on 28th November, making us the largest business operating from [...]

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New Office

Dec 2016

Infill site in Manchester given planning consent

We are pleased to announce that the plans for the residential scheme on Red Lion Street in Manchester have now been given consent. Idom Merebrook’s Manchester M&E team carried out the RIBA Stage 3 Building Services design as part of the planning application, and we also produced the SUDS report for the project. The article [...]

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Dec 2016

Blackpool Elephant House update

The construction of the elephant house at Blackpool Zoo is now under way, with the superstructure almost complete. Wyatt’s Construction (Main Contractor) hope to have the roof on by the end of January, and handed over to the client (Kate the Elephant) in July 2017. Our Manchester M&E team have since been appointed by Blackpool [...]

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Blackpool Elephant House

Dec 2016

The light at the end of the tunnel

Idom are about to commence the final phase of work for the Arriyadh Development Authority (ADA) on the development of the metro system in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. We were appointed as lead designer on the project in 2014. The modernisation of the metro system is part of the Riyadh Public Transport Project (RPTP), Saudi’s largest [...]

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Dec 2016

STEM: Reaching out to a wider audience

This year we implemented a programme to extend our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) activities to get the message out to a wider audience. This has had two strands: one aimed specifically at female students and another at students in ethnically diverse areas. We have increased the percentage of women STEM Ambassadors from 50% [...]

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