Clancy in the North West
With our roots set firmly in the North West region, we have developed a leading reputation in the engineering industry in delivering world-class projects, many at the forefront of technological advancements. By providing high value multi-disciplinary services we contribute to the improvement of the built environment whilst being mindful of, and responsible for, the legacy of our projects and the obligation to our environment.
Our teams in our Manchester and Liverpool offices are working on some of our most innovative and exciting schemes. Challenging and embracing new technologies, we strive to be industry leaders when it comes to the design of low carbon and sustainable environments.
With our 50-year celebrations just around the corner, we are armed with the total commitment and support of our industry colleagues and therefore perfectly poised to continue the journey for the next 50.
Current significant schemes in the region include
An exciting development of two 56-storey skyscrapers, located to the south of Manchester city centre and forming part of the wider Great Jackson Street Development Framework, designed by architects Hodder+Partners, which has recently been submitted for planning.
A 394-unit residential development, set to be one of the North West’s biggest private rental schemes.
A mixed-use landmark development, prominently located on the Salford waterside of the River Irwell, overlooking Spinningfields and Manchester city centre, comprising a 16-storey 260-bed 16 storey 4* hotel and a 12-storey 19,000 sq ft Grade A office building.
A new 151-bedroom hotel on a prominent site between the Northern Quarter and Piccadilly Gardens in central Manchester. The £27m project includes the redevelopment of the Grade II Listed Halls Building at 69-75 Piccadilly.
Transforming a derelict site on Liverpool’s historic waterfront into a thriving new neighbourhood within Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters. This mixed-use scheme will provide 330 residential units and various types of commercial units.
Located in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle district, this new residential development includes four blocks ranging from seven to 18 storeys, the highest featuring a luxury rooftop spa, pool and communal roof terrace.
What will be the UK’s largest carbon capture and utilisation facility at Tata Chemicals Europe’s Northwich site in Cheshire, when it begins operating in 2021.
We work across multiple sectors delivering innovative and sustainable projects. The team has undertaken a huge variety of schemes in the North West, ranging from new student accommodation, care homes, supported living, retail, state-of-the-art office developments, hotels and leisure schemes, all to support the wellbeing of our communities. We also lead the way in the energy sector with cutting edge industrial projects such as the CCU Plant for Tata Chemicals Europe, supporting the Government’s Clean Growth Strategy.
Our strongest sector without doubt is residential. We recognise the housing industry’s need to change to cope with the ever-increasing demands for faster, cost effective supply, while appreciating the impact that this places on the environment. This can be demonstrated with the exciting range of schemes we are currently delivering, from affordable living developments, to some of the newest the skyscrapers that are set to change the skylines of Manchester, Liverpool and beyond.
We are working on a wide variety of education schemes with most tier one contractors on the Department for Education framework, including delivering a number of modular schools, for clients such as NetZero Building.
In the healthcare sector, we are engaged on a number of schemes via the hugely successful NHS SBS Consultancy Services framework, regularly working within live operational environments. Clancy has been working with numerous NHS trusts and contractors across the North West and UK, providing engineering services on repeat business.
The past 12 months have been incredibly busy and we are proud to have delivered a number of projects in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. For example, at the Royal Blackburn Hospital, ward upgrades and refurbishments to provide additional power to accommodate the increase in ventilator requirement and provide additional ICU beds.
Meet the North West Team
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