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Director Colin Davidson has a particular passion for Heritage structures and has developed a specialist team who have been involved with a number of high profile schemes including the refurbishment of the Grade 1 listed St Pancras trainshed as part of the CRTL project, and the refurbishment of the Kings Cross gasholders.

Craddys have gained a reputation of being able to deliver economic and innovative engineering solution, which are sensitive to the historic fabric, follow sound conservation principles and as such complying with the requirements of Historic England whilst recognising the commercial constraints of any development.

Palace of Westminster, London

Structural engineering advice and temporary works design associated with the refurbishment of the wrought and cast iron roof structure.

St Pancras Station, London

Structural assessment and investigations, detailed design and specification of strengthening to listed train-shed structure.

Kennington Oval Gasholder, London

Develop refurbishment strategy for the dismantling, refurbishment and re-erection of the Grade 2 listed wrought iron gasholder structure, as part of the Oval and Kennington Development area scheme.

Winter Gardens, Weston-super-Mare

Refurbishment, reconfiguration and extension of the 1920s Winter Gardens Pavilion for Weston College, on a prominent seafront location.

Prince Street Bridge, Bristol

Restoration and repair of listed and unique wrought iron road bridge across Bristol Harbour.

Institution of Mechanical Engineers Headquarters, London

Renovation and repairs to façade and roof. Its prominent position so close to the Palace of Westminster, The High Court and other high profile buildings in Westminster, together with the building’s own heritage and position within a conservation area immediately adjacent to St James Park requires particular attention to the treatment of repairs and renovation.