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New bridges could be a boon for flood-hit areas

In the wake of the recent flooding events, many district and local authorities have been faced with the challenge of replacing large numbers of damaged and broken bridges as soon as possible. ESC Engineering Services have recently installed new bridge technologies... View Article

Countdown continues for BIM

The deadline for the mandatory use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2 for all centrally procured projects is nearly upon us. It’s time for the final push, says Chris Meir, sales director at Andrews Water Heaters: “With the government’s... View Article

Office design experts reveal key trends for 2016

The dynamic and ever-shifting nature of the modern world is presenting organisations with new and evolving challenges that they must address with all of the tools attheir disposal. At the heart of this complexity is the physical workspace. Its design... View Article

Are the emerging markets obsessed with skyscrapers?

In the past 15 years, nearly 190 skyscrapers have been built in Dubai; comparatively, London has seen the construction 23 new skyscrapers in the same time frame, according to Knight Frank. By the end of next year, there will be... View Article

Protected area design secrets revealed in new study

It is not only size that matters when planning a protected area, other spatial features such as shape are also critical to the number of animal species found there. A new study from the University of Exeter assessed the spatial... View Article
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