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The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has successfully relocated Halley VI Antarctic Research Station to its new home on the Brunt Ice Shelf. 

The Halley VI relocation team has carried out – for the first time – what the station was designed to do. Operational teams have spent the past 13 weeks moving each of the station’s eight modules 23 km upstream of a previously dormant ice chasm.  The station is now ready for re-occupation at the end of the Antarctic winter (November 2017).

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HBA back in Kent with a new design competition win

News 22 December 2017

HBA back in Kent with a new design competition win

Hugh Broughton Architects are delighted to announce that we have won the commission for the restoration of the Grade II* listed Naval Church at Sheerness Dockyard in Kent.

Hugh Broughton Architects – working with conservation specialist Martin Ashley Architects – will draw up plans to restore and convert the ruined Neoclassical landmark into a new flexible business space, restaurant and exhibition area for a large model of the historic harbour.

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Cold calling

News 26 October 2017

Cold calling

HBA have been appointed to work with multi-disciplinary consultants, Sweco, and BAM Construction as part of the British Antarctic Survey's Construction Partnership Team delivering projects associated with the new Polar Research Vessel, the RRS Sir David Attenborough.

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