Datrys is pleased to announce changes to its management structure.
Josh Smart, who recently joined us from managing major projects in Queensland, Australia, has been promoted to Director of the Caernarfon office.
Josh will not only ensure the smooth, day-to-day running of projects and general administration matters in Caernarfon, but will also help to mentor the team of engineers based in this office. Continue reading => Datrys Management Changes
Datrys is delighted to welcome three new members of staff to our team in Caernarfon.
Josh Smart joins us from managing major projects in Queensland, Australia. Josh will take a leading role in the maturing capability of Datrys in the Hydro and Extra Care sectors.
Giovanni Lunardi is a Graduate Engineer from the University of Padua, Italy. He will be leading the implementation of BIM at Datrys.
Ann Mason arrives from The Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France and will help to develop Datrys’ marketing strategy. Continue reading => Datrys Recruits 3 New Staff Members
Datrys is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Mold.
Based at the St Andrews Business Centre, this new office will give Datrys a broader presence across North Wales and enable easy access to and from Chester, Liverpool, Manchester and beyond.
Datrys Director, Warren Lewis, will head up the new premises. “This expansion is evidence of the success Datrys has been enjoying over the past 18 months, despite the difficulties in the economy generally.” Continue reading => Datrys Opens a New Office in Mold
Datrys has been appointed as Civil and Structural Engineers for a multi-million pound investment plan announced by South Caernarfon Creameries.
The project will extend the cheese production facilities of South Caernarfon Creameries and will entail the conversion of part of the present Cheese Store into a Production Area.
A high care area will be created and meet stringent food safety standards. A 10m high fire wall will also be constructed and Datrys has designed the barrier in such a way as to minimise additional fire protection to the existing structure. Continue reading => Major Creamery Project
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 announce positive feedback from its auditors, ISOQAR.
The 2-day audit was the first to be carried out since Datrys was awarded ISO 9001:2008 and 14001:2004 certification earlier this year.
The audit served to verify that the Management System was being implemented on a day-to-day basis.
Datrys Director, Warren Lewis, is responsible for the quality management system:
“This is really good news for Datrys. It is great to have outside confirmation that we are getting things right, and are working in a consistent, quality way.” Continue reading => Datrys Passes ISO 9001 & 14001 Audits
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.
Datrys is proud to announce the retention of the Investors in People standard award for best practice in people management.
The company first received the award in 2011 for its commitment to developing, supporting and motivating its staff.
We are delighted that our efforts to develop and nurture the skills base of our loyal team continue to be recognised.
Datrys has now upgraded its services to include Building Information Modelling (BIM) software. We are convinced that BIM will make us more efficient and cost effective for our clients, as it helps reduce the time taken to complete some projects.
BIM is the use of digital 3D building models to facilitate collaboration in the design process. It can be used to perform analysis on important elements such as day lighting, thermal, structural and cost estimation at key points in the design and construction process.
It can also allow for greater and more effective communication of the details and quality of buildings between designers, construction workers, architects, etc.
We believe that, along with our current CAD software, BIM will be beneficial to Datrys in both the design and construction phases, improving quality, lowering costs and reducing schedules.