Ventilation has long been associated with increased student performance, improved health and lower transmission of airborne infectious diseases.
The past decade was the hottest in human history. In light of the recent UN ‘Code Red’ climate report and increased frequency of rare weather events, the building and construction industry has a lot to contend with.
Schools, colleges and universities are not only places where young people spend most of their time, but they are also spaces where potential comes to flourish and achievement is expected.
We are delighted to have been nominated for the Constructing Excellence SECBE award for Building Project of the Year.
The pandemic has taken a heavy toll on every sector and responding to it has taken an immense amount of energy and ingenuity. Yet as we navigate this global emergency we can’t afford to forget a continued crisis that has been accelerating for decades: climate change
When carrying out any building work to – or even near – a party wall, property owners are legally required to inform their neighbours. To avoid disputes arising, a party wall agreement should be made. Here’s everything you need to know about them.
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.
According to a study conducted by the Institution of Civil Engineers, around half of the work undertaken by civil engineers in the developed world involves working with and around existing structures or brownfield sites. As an engineering consultancy based in Central London, we understand that some of the reasons behind this could involve the costs, or lack of sufficient building space required to build elsewhere. As a result, engineers like us enlist a range of techniques and approaches when working on these projects to ensure they retain their value and exceed expectations. All of these techniques do well to highlight the growing role historical research is playing in the engineering sector.
The UK recently marked Flood Action Week 2020 – a campaign to raise awareness of the risks floods pose to communities and provide timely advice on the steps individuals should take if they live in an area at risk of flooding. This year, floods could have a particularly devastating impact as the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic – and subsequent social distancing guidelines – could mean that recovery from flooding will be even more complicated than usual.