Commercial

Hockley & Dawson can provide the full spectrum of building engineering services for commercial buildings. From concept to completion whether it is state of the art new build or refurbishment of historic buildings, H&D has the knowledge and experience to provide the solution most suitable for your specific requirements and budget.

Farnborough

Client: Slough Estates Ltd

Architect: Julian Harrap Architects

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The repair and conservation of the Grade I listed wind tunnels and associated buildings, including the 24' and transonic wind tunnels and the reinstatement of the portable Airship Hangar. Dismantling two buildings to extract the frame, repair and re-erect the steel lattice arch hangar which was dismantled in 1919.

Moor Park, Rickmansworth

Client: Moor Park Golf Club

Architect: Kenneth W Reed & Associates

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Moor Park is a Grade I listed palladian mansion that has undergone several additions and alterations since being built in 1678 for the Duke of Monmouth. The grand facade and ornate rooms of today are largely the designs of the architect Sir James Thornhill and date from around 1720. Hockley & Dawson undertook a general structural survey and are currently engaged in remedial and strengthening works to the first floor.

Moreland Pipe Junctions (London Metropolitan Libary)

Moreland & Riverdale Buildings

Client: Blackbottle Ltd

Architect: Belu Architectural Design & Conservation

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Verandah

Hanworth Park House

Client: Metrotel Ltd

Architect: Nigel Upchurch

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Hanworth Park House is a Grade II listed Georgian House dating from around 1802. It was used as a military hospital during WW1 and as a flying club between the wars. It subsequently became a hotel and then a residential home for the elderly. In more recent years it has not been occupied and has fallen into decline.

Hockley & Dawson have prepared a structural condition report on the house as a preparatory reference prior to its proposed restoration and sypathetic refurbishment.