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Brill Place, Camden, London

A striking architectural 26 storey residential tower with basement in a key location in Camden, London. The project is a critical component of Camden’s ambitious Community Investment Programme (CIP). Key Facts Booth King’s role includes the assessment of the existing structure followe
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The Hallè, Manchester

Booth King is working as structural and civil engineers for this high profile new project, for The Hallè at its St Peter Street rehearsal space in Ancoats. Following a RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) design competition in February 2016, Manchester’s acclaimed symphony orc
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Maggies Cancer Centre, Royal Oldham Hospital

This Maggies Centre at the Royal Hospital in Oldham will provide a specialist unit, which will support anyone suffering with cancer across Greater Manchester. The project architect is dRMM who were British Architects of the Year in 2013 (photos courtesy of dRMM). Key Facts The centre
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Stubbs Mill, New Islington, Manchester

Stubbs Mill is located in the New Islington development at, Ancoats, Manchester. Booth King provided structural engineering design and advice for the repair and conversion of this late 19th/early 20th century mill – which had lain empty for several years – into retail and
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Exhibition Centre Liverpool

Project Information The Exhibition Centre Liverpool (ECL) project was a major extension to the Liverpool Arena which has dramatically increased the city’s conference, entertainment and exhibition provision. The exhibition halls will provide a clear span area of 60m x 135m with full ex
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Drax Power Station Eco-Store

Booth King provided structural engineers and technicians to William Hare to assist them with the design of steelwork to this circa £170M Eco-Store at Drax Power Station. The project included gantries up to 180m in length, trestles up to 55m high, transfer towers, headhouses, sampling
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Bury Hospice

This project provided Bury Hospice with a brand new facility providing 12 bedrooms, palliative care and extensive day care facilities. The design takes advantage of the existing levels of the site with a split level design which also takes advantage of the existing views. The building
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The Halo Sculpture, Haslingden

Halo is the ultimate in the Panopticons, a series of Public Artworks to provide new landmarks for East Lancashire. The original creative vision behind Halo was created by LandLab, a practice with a background in collaborative, cross-disciplinary work in landscape architecture, ecology
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