It’s our third birthday!! CRUCIS DESIGNS would like to thank our friends, clients and colleagues who have helped to make us what we are today.
HRH Princess Beatrice of York has officially opened the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice in Huddersfield. CRUCIS DESIGNS would like to wish all the children the very best in their new building.
CRUCIS DESIGNS have recently completed the structural design of a bespoke steel framed extension in central London and are working on a number of domestic alterations and extensions throughout London and the South East.
CRUCIS DESIGNS have had a busy January providing structural advice for alterations to commercial property in central Southend to a number of clients.
CRUCIS DESIGNS would like to wish all our clients and their families a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
CRUCIS DESIGNS are pleased to announce we are now members of TRADA. Specialising in all types of timber frame structure we can carry out design to British Standards or Eurocodes.
Please contact us for further information.
CRUCIS DESIGNS are delighted to announce our continued relationship with both the University of East London and Anglia Ruskin University. Alice Ward will be providing lectures on Eurocode Design in both Timber and Masonry, Structural Analysis and Engineering Mathematics in the 2012/2013 academic year.
Just to remind all our clients that Alice Ward is a registered NHBC timber frame certifier and can provide both HB 2445 and HB 3553B forms. Please contact us for further details.
CRUCIS DESIGNS are pleased to announce their appointment to provide structural engineering services for alterations to All Saints Church in Southend–on-Sea.
CRUCIS DESIGNS have had a busy few months with a number of timber frame projects reaching completion, including two residential developments and a new sports and leisure facility.
All here at CRUCIS DESIGNS wish you a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year.
CRUCIS DESIGNS are now based in our new offices on Victoria Drive in Leigh-on-Sea. We hope that our new more spacious offices will serve us well for many years to come.
CRUCIS DESIGNS are moving to new offices. We will be moving to new premises in Leigh-on-Sea at the end of April. Watch this space for our new address.
CRUCIS DESIGNS have recently completed the design of a timber framed Childrens Hospice and Respite Centre. Construction is ongoing with completion expected in the summer
The last few months have been an exciting time for CRUCIS DESIGNS. We have been consulting on a wide range of projects including; large scale timber frame developments, domestic projects and light commercial buildings. We are also currently working on a number of residential projects.
We have been busy in the area of structural engineers surveys and reporting for home buyers.
CRUCIS DESIGNS are also continuing our role within engineering education, delivering modules at both UEL and Anglia Ruskin Universities and providing specialist private tuition & mentoring for young engineers and engineering students.
CRUCIS DESIGNS are delighted to announce that we have recently been approved as a registered NHBC Timber Frame Certifiers. If you need a form HB 2445 or timber frame design certifying please contact our Director Alice Ward to discuss our services.
CRUCIS DESIGNS will be lecturing the MSc Structural Engineering course at Anglia Ruskin University this year. Staff from CRUCIS DESIGNS will be lecturing on the future of engineering and the industry, as wells as helping students in tutorial sessions and seminars.
Our It dept has just launched our Facebook page. CRUCIS DESIGNS is now part of the social network.
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CRUCIS DESIGNS are about to start tutoring a number of University of East London students, in Engineering Mathematics.
Our IT chaps are busy working on the news so we will be able to keep you up to date with all the developments here at Crucis Designs.
Today we founded CRUCIS DESIGNS and are very excited about what the future holds.
CRUCIS DESIGNS have been providing engineering advice for the refurbishment and structural alteration of a 16th Tudor dwelling in Henley-on-Thames.