Structural Engineering that Stood the Test of Time

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Structural Engineering that Stood the Test of Time

Ancient structural engineering is sometimes underestimated. In an age of rapid expansion and mass produced, affordable housing,...

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Kensington

Basement Structural Design in Kensington

Well done to the team; we were recently asked to carry out the basement structural design on what...

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Addison Crescent

Basement Design: All you need to know

With space a premium and opportunities to build upwards hindered by stringent planning restrictions, the UK’s appetite...

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New Fire Resistant Self-Compacting Concrete

Concrete is a material that has been used in construction since the Roman Empire. Made primarily of aggregate, cement...

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How to choose a Structural Engineer

It is common for structural engineers to be selected for projects on a word of mouth or repeat business...

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Happy Halloween: Lessons in Engineering from Spiders

When we think of spider’s web we think of...

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Spotlight On Our Team – Geoff Green

WELCOME TO THE FIRST IN A SERIES OF NEW BLOGS, WHERE WE WILL INTRODUCE OUR STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING TEAM AND TELL...

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Origami and Structural Engineering – a new generation of Meta-Materials

Origami (折り紙- from ori meaning “folding”, and kami meaning “paper”), is the art of paper folding, associated with Japanese culture. It was first...

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How much Structural Engineering do Architects know?

There are several similarities between architects and structural engineers and many people confuse the two. For one, when you...

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