Steensen Varming has a long-standing relationship with the Royal Academy of the Arts in London and has undertaken several challenging projects. Its engineers have significant experience in working with complex buildings, juggling multiple requirements and always deliver solutions to suit, be this through finding a new use for an existing heritage element or appreciating the wider picture of other disciplines and the requirements of the client’s business.
The projects Steensen Varming has been involved in for the Royal Academy of the Arts are:
- The Detailed Design of the Gallery X & XI Refurbishment
- Fine Rooms and Plant Upgrade project in Burlington House
- MEP consultancy services for the Lecture Room and Gallery IX
- The creation of a BIM Model for the Sackler Plantroom