Category: Conservation and Refurbishment
Datrys has been working alongside Bangor City Council on the restoration of Garth Pier, Bangor.
Restoration of the Pier – almost 0.5km in length built originally in 1896 – is seen as a catalyst to maintaining the vibrancy of this part of Bangor, with its striking aspect towards the Menai Straits and the Great Orme.
The essential first stage of the restoration process was the description of the current condition of the Pier structure. The City Council appointed Datrys to carry out the visual survey. Continue reading => Bangor Pier Inspection
Datrys has been appointed to work alongside Ainsley Gommon Architects on a strategic regeneration project in Rhyl.
The Abbey Street project involves the upgrading and construction of nine apartments and houses with associated parking facilities on behalf of North Wales Housing Association.
Datrys is advising on the key engineering challenges of the site which include the risk of coastal flooding and the poor ground conditions. A Flood Consequence Assessment and geotechnical investigations with boreholes are being carried out. Continue reading => Datrys Appointed on Residential Regeneration Project in Rhyl
Datrys is pleased to welcome two new members of staff to our team in Caernarfon: George Voulgarelis and Niel Williams.
George is a structural engineer, specialising in such things as care facilities, residential, commercial and industrial projects. Niel is a civil engineer and he specialises in geotechnical investigations, Flood Consequence Assessments, and the design or roads and drainage.
The arrival of these new members of staff will enable Datrys to increase the number and size of the projects we undertake.