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Squire Energy powers up Regent’s Crescent for Midgard

We’re always thrilled to receive positive feedback from our clients, especially when the project in question is a particularly complex and challenging one like Regent’s Crescent. This residential development consists of 67 Grade I listed modern luxury apartments and nine garden villas behind a sweeping façade in London’s prestigious Marylebone area. SEL’s work began when […]

Squire explores hidden history at Queen Mary’s University

Here at Squire we’ve been lucky enough to work on a number of significant historical buildings, many of which still have signs of their fascinating ‘hidden’ history in plain sight – so long as you know where to look! Due to the nature of our work, we’ve stumbled across many an interesting artefact and site […]

Gasholders: A History

What are gasholders? Known as gasholders or gasometers, these enormous containers are made from metal bolted together and are used to stored vast amounts of natural gas near atmospheric pressure. The first gasholders were solid spherical containers, supported by equally solid, sturdy legs that held them steady. But in 1824 in Leeds, a new type […]

Squire Energy Timeline: 2003 – 2019

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Squire attends UK Construction Week

Billed as ‘something for everyone’ UK Construction Week 2017 didn’t disappoint, with Birmingham’s NEC host to not one exhibition but many, all housed in the network of halls snaking throughout the venue. Whether it was full-scale demonstrations of construction techniques or glossy new examples of cutting edge machinery, footfall was at saturation point. There were […]