Datrys has been commissioned to provide the civil engineering design of a local community hydro-electric generating plant.
Hydro Ogwen is a cooperative venture to harness the power of the Ogwen River in Gwynedd.
Datrys is designing the Intake Wier and Powerhouse of the plant, a low drop 100 kW scheme located approximately 0.4 miles south of Bethesda on the Afon Ogwen watercourse. Continue reading => Community Hydro Scheme in North West Wales
Bryn Seiont Newydd has been named as the best care home in the UK.
Opened last November on the outskirts of Caernarfon, Bryn Seiont Newydd took the top prize in the main category at the prestigious Pinders Healthcare Design Awards 2016.
Datrys was employed by Carroll Builders & Contractors of Ruthin as part of a design and build contract to undertake the full structural and civil engineering aspects of Phase 1 of the care home. Continue reading => Top Award for Caernarfon Care Home
Datrys’ office in Mold recently celebrated the one year anniversary of its opening and twelve months on, the branch is flourishing.
Datrys Director, Warren Lewis, who heads up the premises, has been joined by new Graduate Engineering Technician, Sandra Pousadas. Contract staff have also been employed throughout the year to suit demand.
“It’s been an interesting and fruitful year,” said Warren. “We have been working on projects at the Airbus plant in Broughton and at the Electroimpact premises within the Deeside Enterprise Zone.” Continue reading => Datrys’ Mold Office – One Year On
Datrys has been employed to carry out the design and project management of the Langwell Hydro scheme in Ullapool in the Scottish Highlands.
The £4.25m scheme, owned by Canaird River Company Ltd, includes a dam, a side intake, a 3km-long 1000mm diameter pipeline, powerhouse and outfall. Continue reading => Major Hydro Scheme in Scottish Highlands
Datrys continues its aim to grow and strengthen its capabilities with the arrival of four new members of staff.
Jonathan Allen is a Graduate Civil Engineer from Swansea University. He will be based in our Caernarfon headquarters and will reinforce the current team of engineers.
Our new technicans are Sandra Pousadas and Levente Incze who completed their engineering degrees in the Instituto Politecnico de Setubal, Portugal and the Technical University Cluj-Napoca, Romania respectively.
Sandra will be based in our Mold office, with Levente in Caernarfon. Continue reading => Datrys Recruits 4 New Staff Members
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 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 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