On Friday 22 May, Claire, one of our directors, was on the panel for a thought-provoking webinar discussion on whether sustainability will be the casualty or beneficiary of COVID 19.
Planning permission has been granted for the new Dyson Cancer Centre at the RUH.
One of my greatest joys as a structural engineer is to see design become reality.
In the space of a week, following new guidelines from the government on working during the Coronavirus outbreak, substantial changes have come about in the way we are communicating with our clients and team.
In the past few months many areas of Britain have seen very high rainfall.
Yesterday marked the first World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development and we, as Engineers, have a duty to specify materials wisely to lower our impact on the environment.
Even in the modern age of computer design, there is sometimes nothing better than building a mock-up to test a principle.
Following a recent spate of storms to hit the UK, many custodians of historic structures will likely be thinking about delicate historic masonry element they have hoping they survived unscathed.
The whole Integral team attended our annual business day at the Function Rooms of Green Park Station to look at our future strategy and in particular on how we can operate more sustainably.
Integral are excited to have completed 28 Market Place, Somerton, Somerset. A Grade II* listed, fine dining destination venue which opened earlier this year to rave reviews.