Langley Castle was built in 1350 during the reign of Edward III and is set in its own ten acre woodland estate. Our commission included the design of the structural steel frame and raft foundations.
Heritage and Conservation
Lamb Bridge is part of the Lambton Estate. It is a grade 2 listed structure dating from 1819. Investigations revealed that the bridge was subject to mining related movement and that a scour hole had developed below the arch foundations.
Hexham Fish Pass is a project that will significantly benefit the long-term ecology of the River Tyne for current and future generations.
Gibside Hall part of the National Trust’s Gibside Estate in Northumberland.
Beamish is a gem in the North East’s historical crown. BT Bell were pleased to be involved in helping aid the popular destination’s expansion; with the addition of a chemist and photographers.
The Red Burn runs through the village of Acomb in Northumberland.