Three of our Engineers had success in their recent Institution of Structural Engineers Interviews.
A new Hampton by Hilton hotel adjacent to a disused Grade II listed, cheese factory is being submitted for planning this week.
Finding new and exciting ways to disseminate our work is always challenging.
There is a great proliferation within the construction industry of precast concrete planks on steel frames and this begs the question why not substitute precast concrete planks with CLT timber floor panels?
Work has begun at last on the long-awaited new RNHRD & Therapies building at the Royal United Hospital in Bath.
The new Health and Fitness Centre at Cheltenham Ladies’ College was completed on site this week.
We discovered some interesting history while exploring the Jacobean Boston Manor in Hounslow, London.
Integral Engineering Design hosted another successful low carbon breakfast presenting, with Hewitt Studios, on the topic of whether cross laminated timber (CLT) has matured enough to be a viable alternative to concrete and steel.
I have just returned from three weeks in Maputo, Mozambique where I was helping a charity called Iris Global.
Construction has started on the new Innovation and Enterprise Centre at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester.