Lyons O'Neill

Lyons O’Neill in the Press

Over the past several months, we’ve been delighted to have been featured a number of times in the press: discussing a range of topics affecting the engineering and construction industry, sharing advice, and showcasing some of our exciting projects.

Looking back to last June, our Director Kevin Lyons wrote a guest article for FE News, explaining how and why heightened awareness of skills education and remote working during the pandemic has catalysed engineering’s long awaited digital revolution. To read the article, and learn more about the ways the sector can implement a digital learning framework, visit FE News here.

The same month, we recognised International Women in Engineering Day with our Civil Engineer Sara Maffei. To mark the occasion, Sara shared an insightful article with The Concrete Jungle, arguing that if we are to truly overcome the climate crisis, we need more women in engineering. To read Sara’s article, visit The Concrete Jungle here.

In August 2020, industries across the UK began to reflect on the ways the lockdown had impacted their work. To shed some light on the ways the pandemic, and measures taken to curb its spread, had affected the engineering industry, our Director Kevin Lyons shared some valuable insights with UK Construction Online. In his guest article, Kevin explores the various techniques and tools that could support engineers in developing the solutions needed to overcome the impact of the pandemic. To read his article, visit UK Construction Online here.

In September, we were delighted to listen to our Director on The Construction Index’s Re:Construction podcast. In the episode, Kevin Lyons discusses the advantages and disadvantages of offsite construction as a means to promote sustainable construction. The podcast is certainly one of our highlights of 2020! Have a listen here.

Last but certainly not least, Director Kevin Lyons recently shared some insights with New Civil Engineer on the ways developers, business owners, and engineers can rethink and redesign space for a post-Covid world. In the article, Kevin explores the ways homes and office buildings could be optimised to encourage home working or social distancing respectively. Read the full article here.