We have worked on several international projects, principally with UK based Clients or Architects. This project for a new main feature to the Coachella Music Festival was particularly challenging as the structure was to be designed and fabricated in the UL and then shipped to the USA to be erected on site two weeks before […]
DP Squared partnered with Architect Gagarin Studio to deliver this 50m span bridge over the River Aire which links two new developments and provides pedestrian access to the tow path along the river. The challenge was to connect two quite different site levels while still providing clear headroom over the river to deal with projected […]
The Mustard Tree Charity is based in an old warehouse building on Oldham Road. The project was to refurbish this building and provide better access and facilities throughout the building. The new interventions had to work with the existing structure and several surveys were undertaken to understand the existing configuration and how it could be […]
The existing building at Trinity Court was a 1990’s façade retention of a listed façade on John Dalton Street in Manchester. The proposal was to infill the atriums at each floor and create a new single storey extension at roof level. We were fortunate to have a full set of structural drawings available for the […]
The four Towers that make up the Owen Street development provide a land mark at the end of Manchester’s Deansgate. The site is bounded by the River Medlock, and flooding constraints played an important part in setting the levels for the site. The towers sit on a two/three storey basement that works with the levels […]
Exchange Court, like One Greengate, is bounded by the River Irwell, Trinity Way and Greengate. IT was a relatively small, triangular shaped, site that needed to link the existing Greengate with the lower river footpath. A raft foundation and three basement levels were excavated through the Sandstone within a bored pile wall perimeter. Large props […]
A new seven storey residential scheme on the seafront at Morecambe. The scheme looks North to the Lake District with an almost 180degree panorama. The reinforced concrete frame steps in to allow to the scheme to respond to the adjacent lower level buildings that are situated adjacent to the site.