Recruiting NOW

We are currently looking to recruit a Structural Engineers for both our London Office and Halesworth Office. Please do contact us if either of these positions may be of interest to you. We are a recognised Employer under the … Continue reading

Historic Houses Association Exhibition 2015

We will once again be at the  Historic Houses Association Exhibition on Tuesday 17th November, at the QE 2 Exhibition Centre, London.

Jubilee Bridge Installed

Following successful approval from planners and the Environment Agency, a new crossing point has been installed across the Cherwell in Oxford. The Morton Partnership Ltd have provided the design and contract administration for the project for Christchurch. Further images available … Continue reading

TV Star in the making ?

Stuart Armitage from the Suffolk office recently was asked to take part in the TV documentary Restoring England’s Heritage with presenter John Sargeant. A link to the program can be found HERE.  

Triple success at the 2013 English Heritage Angel Awards

We along with many of the other professionals we work with are proud to announce that The Morton Partnership Ltd have actively been involved with 3 projects that received  Angel Awards in this years competition. 1. Best Craftsmanship Employed on a … Continue reading

Everton Library – THE JEWEL ON THE HILL

The Trustees of The Jewel on The Hill have appointed The Morton Partnership as Structural Engineers for refurbish of Everton Library. We will update you as the project progresses. Press release Everton Library re design team – HLF approved – … Continue reading

Concrete House Featured in New Civil Engineer

549 Lordship Lane, a Victorian Gothic house, has recently been refurbished for the housing association Hexagon. This Grade 2 house was originally built by Charles Drake, founder of the Drake Patent Concrete Building Company.    

Winners of the RICS East of England Building Conservation Award 2013. The Warren House.

We are proud to announce that along with Caroe Architecture Ltd and the Landmark Trust as clients, the team have been successful in winning the Building Conservation Award for the East of England.  

Sheffield Cathedral Gateway Project

Works have commenced on site for the Gateway Project which will remodel Sheffield Cathedral into a brighter and more welcoming building, capable of better serving the Diocese and promoting involvement among the local community, transforming the Cathedral into a “place … Continue reading

Knebworth House

We are delighted to have been appointed to assist with the English Heritage Phase 6 repairs to the central section of the west elevation, the second floor and roof level repairs. Listed Grade II* the house has been the home … Continue reading

Heritage Skills Centre at Lincoln Castle Official Opening

We were delighted to attend the recent opening of the Heritage Skills Centre at Lincoln Castle where we have been the Structural Engineers for the Project. Viscount Linley was the guest of honour and is seen here cutting the cake … Continue reading

Vauxhall Bridge, Great Yarmouth

We have just commenced works to repair the Vauxhall Bridge for Great Yarmouth Borough Council, once used by steam engines to cross the river Bure. We will keep you updated as the project develops.

Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum

We are delighted to announce that we have been appointed as structural engineers for the development of the Archaeology of Wessex Gallery.  

The MO-rton Partnership grows some mo’s in support of Movember

The Morton Partnership is delighted that members of our team based at our London office are ditching their razors for a month in the spirit of Movember in supporting the fight against prostate cancer. You can track their mo-gress and … Continue reading

A New Website for the Morton Partnership

Welcome to the new website for the Morton Partnership, Specialists in Civil and structural engineering and historic buildings. The website has a News page where you will find news on all of our latest projects, as well as advice and tips. … Continue reading