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St Nicholas School

16th May 2016

St Nicholas School

Mason Clark Associates are delivering the structural and civil design for St Nicholas Primary, a new school in Beverley.

East Park Road

16th May 2016

East Park Road

East Park Road was the first site to be developed as part of Leeds City Council's Housing Growth Programme; an ambitious programme to build almost 1000 new homes in the city.

The new homes at East Park Road occupy a site that back-to-back housing once occupied. The council demolished these properties around 20 years ago.

The new homes were designed to be flexible and adaptable to meet current and future demand. The one-bedroom flats are large enough to be converted into two-bedroom properties if needed in the future and vice versa. They also support the wellbeing of residents through good use of space and energy efficient designs to reduce running costs to residents.

Bridge and Culvert inspections

16th May 2016

Bridge and Culvert inspections

Mason Clark Associates have been busy undertaking 140 bridge and culvert inspections across North Lincolnshire for the highways department.

H&S Awareness

8th January 2013

H&S Awareness

It is said that on average 7 people are killed each year after falling through a fragile roof or roof light with many others suffering a permanent, disabling injury.

Careful planning using trained and experienced workers with suitable equipment and employing a high level of supervision is a must.

These types of accidents usually occur on roofs of factories, warehouses and farm buildings when roof repair work or cleaning is being carried out.

The HSE have published a leaflet for anyone working on fragile roofs:

http://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/geis5.pdf

Acknowledgement: Contains public sector information published by the Health and Safety Executive and licensed under the Open Government Licence v1.0

Young Achiever Award

3rd December 2012

Young Achiever Award

Our congratulations go to Hayley Smith, Structural Engineer, based at our office in Hull who, not only won the local Construction Best Practice Award for Young Achiever of the Year Award in October, but has now won the National Young Achiever Award at the Construction Best  Practice Awards Dinner held on Friday 30 November at the Tower Hotel in London.

Hayley is a high achiever both academically and practically but she also has a very strong desire to ‘make a difference’ in her professional career.

She has demonstrated her academic ability by obtaining a First Class Masters Degree in Civil and Structural Engineering and was awarded the prize for the highest marks in the year.

As part of her degree she has proved that she is aware of the environment, sustainability issues and life issues by raising money for an African Charity and then writing and developing a method for sustainable house building using locally available structural components.

At the start of her professional career she took on several roles to promote the role and work of the engineer in society.

She is also committed to ‘spreading the word’ of engineering and inspiring young children to become engineers and many of the areas where Hayley gets involved are not work related and she does this in her own time.

She is a real achiever with the energy to strive to make a difference to the world we live in.

Well done Hayley - we are very proud of you!

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