Will Rudd Davidson are a Structural and Civil Engineering practice, not just engaged in mainstream structural and civil engineering design, but also in specialisms such as temporary works design, façade engineering, conservation engineering, dispute resolution / expert witness and lead consultancy services. We reach markets as far afield as Antigua; however concentrate primarily in the UK market. We have two principle offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh, led by Brian Walker and Angus Roxburgh, supplemented by long established associated offices in Warrington and Oban.
All our commissions are led by very experienced engineers with a deep understanding of all the disciplines within a design team. We like to think we have a unique approach to our work in that our interests are much wider than that of a project itself. Our strapline, 'not just engineering' should speak for itself. We strive to bring energy and enthusiasm to our commissions, alongside the very serious matter of a high quality delivery of service and product. We are professional, agile, broadminded, easy to deal with, 'can do' biased and social.
National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh
Advocate’s Close redevelopment, Edinburgh; 200 Bed Hotels commercial, and residential mix
ollegelands, Glasgow; 600 student residencies
Thurso Street, Glasgow; 400 student residencies
Ice Factor Ski Bridge and Ice Wall, Xscape, Glasgow; unique ground breaking structural engineering design
John Galt Primary School Redevelopment, Irvine; 80 unit affordable housing
Mosspark Boulevard, Glasgow; 40 unit affordable housing and care facility
Westfield Avenue, Edinburgh: 193 unit affordable housing
2008: Glasgow City Council Social Services Headquarters project at Craigton Road, Govan received the RSA Gold Medal
2009: Clydebank Rebuilt, Hospital Gate Regeneration Commission, where we were Lead Consultant and Civil/Structural Engineer, received the ‘Roses Bronze Award’.
2009: Our affordable housing project at Mitchell Street, Edinburgh was awarded “High Commendation” at the Saltire Housing Awards
2009: Our project at Keathbank Mill, Blairgowrie received the ASA Gold Medal Award.
2011: Usher Hall Phase 2 was awarded Leisure / Culture Building at the Scottish Design Awards in 2011
2012: Westfield Avenue, Edinburgh received the following awards:
• Scottish Home Award 2012 for Large Affordable Housing Development of the Year
• Commendation for Building of the Year at the EAA Awards.
• The Saltire Society Housing Design Awards 2012 for a Large Scale Housing Development
• Nominated for Scottish Home Award 2012 for Waterside Development of the Year.
2013: Advocate’s Close Redevelopment Edinburgh is a finalist in the Saltire Society Structural / Civil Engineering award category
2012/2013: Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh received the following awards:
• RICS Award 2013 ‘Scottish Project of the Year’
• RICS Award 2013 (Building Conservation Category)
• Low Carbon Building Award 2013
• Civic Trust Award 2013
• RIBA Award 2012
• RIAS Award 2012
• Scottish Design Awards 2012 - Leisure/Cultural Building or Project Category
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