Structural and Civil Engineering

42 – 44 West Parade, Worthing

The development of the site comprised two separate buildings, Wyresdale House and Langthwaite House, with external parking, on a site in Worthing, West Sussex. The site lies in soft Brickearth deposits overlying the upper and middle chalk, which is an …

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JEC La Collette – Concrete Canvas

Hartigan were engaged by Jersey Electricity to assist them in providing a solution to installing a lining to the rock face at the back of the bunded area in which the fuel storage tanks are housed. Initially a method of …

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The Water’s Edge Hotel

The owners of the Water’s Edge Hotel at Bouley Bay appointed Hartigan as Civil and Structural Engineers to develop a scheme for self-catering apartments on a terraced hillside. The project included re-profiling the site to win sufficient area for three …

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La Folie

The La Folie development brought together Hartigan specialists from Geotechnical, Civil and Structural Engineering. The complexity of the proposed construction, in conjunction with the limitation of the available construction methods were overcome in order to produce a practical design. In …

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St Aubin’s Methodist Church

Hartigan endorses and promotes the conservation of Jersey’s heritage and understands the unique contribution that traditional buildings make to the island. A number of historical projects have drawn on the expertise and experience of the Hartigan historic building conservation team. …

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La Ferme Du Vau Tocque

La Ferme du Vau Tocque is a vernacular Jersey building that nestles among the trees and fields above Ouaisne Common. It is a fine example of a historic Jersey farmstead, which had remained unmodified for many years. To upgrade the …

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17.5 – 18 Esplanade

This structurally demanding project involved the transformation of two disused warehouses into a six-storey office block. The warehouses were of historical significance and therefore the States of Jersey Planning Department stipulated that parts of the existing façades were to be …

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Durrell Millennium Valley

Hartigan have always been at the forefront of environmental practice when it comes to design, structural and civil engineering. For over a decade Hartigan have kept ahead of environmental policy and given environmental sensitivity to their projects. Hartigans involvement was …

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Seaview Hotel

The new owner of Alderney’s Seaview Hotel engaged Hartigan to transform the old and tired sea-front property into four-star luxury accommodation. The hotel’s location, in the most remote of the Channel Islands, along with unique planning restrictions, presented the entire …

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Cleveland Clinic

The extension and refurbishment of Cleveland Clinic provided a number of unique challenges. Some were technical, while others were directly related to the special constraints inherent in working within a medical environment. The project brought together Hartigan specialists from the …

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Geotechnical & Environmental Engineering

A B Skips – Phase 1 Desk Study

As part of a planning application for the redevelopment of a waste management site a Phase 1 Desk Study was required. This type of document contains information about the current site condition and any possible impact that can be imposed …

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St Helier Harbour Dredging

Ports of Jersey established that maintenance works were required to the harbour basin in St Helier, comprising of and levelling of the sea bed in several sections of the site.  Before this work could commence, a FEPA licence needed to …

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The Water’s Edge Hotel

The owners of the Water’s Edge Hotel at Bouley Bay appointed Hartigan as Civil and Structural Engineers to develop a scheme for self-catering apartments on a terraced hillside. The project included re-profiling the site to win sufficient area for three …

Read more

La Folie

The La Folie development brought together Hartigan specialists from Geotechnical, Civil and Structural Engineering. The complexity of the proposed construction, in conjunction with the limitation of the available construction methods were overcome in order to produce a practical design. In …

Read more

17.5 – 18 Esplanade

This structurally demanding project involved the transformation of two disused warehouses into a six-storey office block. The warehouses were of historical significance and therefore the States of Jersey Planning Department stipulated that parts of the existing façades were to be …

Read more

Durrell Millennium Valley

Hartigan have always been at the forefront of environmental practice when it comes to design, structural and civil engineering. For over a decade Hartigan have kept ahead of environmental policy and given environmental sensitivity to their projects. Hartigans involvement was …

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Building Services (Mechanical & Electrical Engineering)

17.5 – 18 Esplanade

This structurally demanding project involved the transformation of two disused warehouses into a six-storey office block. The warehouses were of historical significance and therefore the States of Jersey Planning Department stipulated that parts of the existing façades were to be …

Read more

Seaview Hotel

The new owner of Alderney’s Seaview Hotel engaged Hartigan to transform the old and tired sea-front property into four-star luxury accommodation. The hotel’s location, in the most remote of the Channel Islands, along with unique planning restrictions, presented the entire …

Read more

Cleveland Clinic

The extension and refurbishment of Cleveland Clinic provided a number of unique challenges. Some were technical, while others were directly related to the special constraints inherent in working within a medical environment. The project brought together Hartigan specialists from the …

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Specialist Services

St Aubin’s Methodist Church

Hartigan endorses and promotes the conservation of Jersey’s heritage and understands the unique contribution that traditional buildings make to the island. A number of historical projects have drawn on the expertise and experience of the Hartigan historic building conservation team. …

Read more

La Ferme Du Vau Tocque

La Ferme du Vau Tocque is a vernacular Jersey building that nestles among the trees and fields above Ouaisne Common. It is a fine example of a historic Jersey farmstead, which had remained unmodified for many years. To upgrade the …

Read more