The spectacular Cambridge Central Mosque (Marks Barfield Architects) is the cover story feature in the August 2019 edition of CIBSE Journal, the leading international magazine for building services engineers.

The revived Brutalist icon Preston Bus Station by John Puttick Associates has swept the boards in the top architectural critics' reviews of the year. Jonathan Glancey for the BBC's worldwide selection of 'a great year in architecture' said the project, for which Skelly & Couch carried out full environmental design, is 'Throughout ...a meticulous and thoughtful renewal and remodelling'. The Observer's Rowan Moore described the building as one of a number of 'concrete marvels formerly threatened with obliteration'.  

Over the past decade, Skelly & Couch has grown from a practice of two to a thriving, 40-strong limited company with five directors.

Skelly & Couch engineer Sapna Halai has excelled in this year's Engineering Sketches competition organised by the Engineering Club.

Three Skelly & Couch projects have won 2018 RIBA Regional Awards with judges highlighting the quality and innovation of building services and environmental engineering.

Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Setting the bar for success

Skelly & Couch projects have scored a hat trick of successes in the Civic Trust Awards as the environmental engineering firm's achievements gather pace in 2018.

Thursday, 07 September 2017

Skelly & Couch's winning ten years!

Skelly & Couch’s tenth anniversary celebrations have been given an extra boost by multiple project nominations in the inaugural AJ Architecture Awards. The ceremony will be held on 7 December 2017 at Grosvenor House in London's Mayfair.

Command of the Oceans (Baynes and Mitchell Architects) at the Historic Dockyard Chatham has been shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize 2017.

Building environment and services engineers Skelly & Couch successfully contributed to no fewer than three 2017 RIBA National Award-winning projects. The awards hat trick was achieved from among 49 winning projects across the UK.

Building environment and services engineers Skelly & Couch successfully contributed to no fewer than three projects presently shortlisted for the 2017 RIBA South East Awards. The awards hat trick was achieved from a shortlist of 14 projects across the region, which covers Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

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