I am excited to have recently joined the Forum for Tomorrow (fft) committee as part of the Forum for the Built Environment (fbe).
At the forefront of low carbon design is the ability to share our knowledge and we are delighted to announce that we have overhauled our low carbon pages to enable us to display how we are achieving our climate goals.
We are sponsoring Kate Strong in her challenge to gain three world records for furthest distance for a woman on a static bike in one hour, twelve hours and twenty four hours.
Our Hertford Theatre project has been awarded planning permission.
It has been a difficult year for everyone in finding new ways of working, communicating and supporting each other.
The North Quay House project is an office extension and redevelopment of an existing building overlooking the Floating Harbour in Bristol city centre.
Despite restrictions on all our lives “the show must go on” at our major historic buildings to keep them safe for the next few hundreds of years.
Integral have been working on a fascinating site at Tone Works in Wellington, Somerset.
The newest version of our in-house carbon counting tools are spearheading our commitments to tackling the climate emergency.
Was it the greatest simulated distance on a static cycle in one hour by a woman?