Unexploded Ordnance – is your site at risk?
During WWII, 30,000 tonnes of bombs were dropped on Britain. Combined with munitions from WWI and Ministry of Defence firing ranges, the chance of encountering Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) must be…Read More
Applying for a Building Warrant in Scotland?
The Scottish Building Standards system is markedly different from, and in many ways more rigorous than, the system currently operating in England and Wales. Lack of understanding of the requirements…Read More
Patrick Parsons features in The Guardian
We are delighted to have been featured in The Guardian newspaper, contributing towards a thought-provoking piece around women in engineering and the problem of female stereotyping in construction. Within the…Read More
Ground Investigations: Selecting the Right Tool for the Job
Ground investigation is a vital aspect of any development project. Careful planning is needed to give the correct ground characterisation data and inform the development process.For all construction projects, it…Read More
What is Slipform Construction?
Slipform is a construction method for reinforced concrete walls, generally lift and stair core walls, and is often economical for buildings more than ten storeys in height. Slipform involves the…Read More
Bats: What you need to know for your development
The UK supports 17 breeding bat species, all of which are protected by both domestic and international legislation. This legislation also extends to protect any structure or place that a…Read More
Land Remediation and Derelict Land Relief
Land Remediation Relief (including derelict land) was introduced in 2001 and modified in 2009 to incentivise the development of brownfield sites blighted by contamination and dereliction. It is only available to companies…Read More