Two of our projects reimagined
17 December 2019
An exciting day for the Civil and Structural Engineering students at the University of Bristol this week presenting their design projects to the wider industry.
Integral were delighted to share two of our projects as real life examples for them to hone their design skills: the redevelopment of a former cheese making factory in Swindon into a Hampton by Hilton hotel using volumetric construction that makes use of modern off site manufacturing processes and the provision of a new state of the art facility to treat cancer patients at the Royal United Hospitals in Bath. The students showcased their creativity, portraying a sound understanding of the client brief, site and budgetary constraints. Well done to all who presented and we look forward to seeing their technical design develop using carefully selected construction materials.
University of Bristol students are given a top level of education equipping then to become highly skilled and creative professionals to design safe, resilient and sustainable buildings. This we can testify as we have been lucky enough to have recruited graduates from the University. This particular cohort was no exception as their enthusiasm for their studies was evident – here’s to the next generation of engineers!