This year Stress Awareness Month has focussed on the theme of community. Never has the importance of being together been seen so clearly in our working environment as it has over the last two years.
Take a look inside the proposed new SciTech Centre at Haileybury School.
3D modelling of structure is now ubiquitous. The ‘realistic’ 3D images are valuable in conveying the design; coordination is made much easier and more democratic in that more parties can input. However drainage still seems to be in 2D CAD, a throwback to how it has typically been designed, by a drainage engineer who draws as they design.
It was a pleasure to attend the topping out ceremony at the new Dyson Cancer Centre at the Royal United Hospital, Bath marking the completion of the structure, eight months after construction began last summer
Integral Engineering Design support the next generation of construction professionals by providing lectures, leading tutorials and critiquing work at a number of universities. Here we ask some of the team about this experience.
At Integral we are all proud to support some of the many very worthy local community charities and projects that work so hard to make a difference and have reflected on the contributions we were able to make to our chosen three charities in 2021.
Beginning the New Year with a deep breath, a stretch and setting some intentions is exactly how the FBE Forum for Tomorrow (fft) Western committee is helping its network of young professionals get set for 2022. Integral are delighted to sponsor the first event of the year, yoga practice led by our very own Yogi, Dawn.
Last week we welcomed Amanda back from her maternity leave. Lots has happened since she has been away but Amanda has had the biggest change of all and this is one of the times when life work balance becomes so important.
We were thrilled to attend the design team opening event of the new World Heritage Centre in Bath, officially opening to the public in Spring 2022.
Integral were pleased to hear that Clive Booth Student Village has finally received planning permission. It will provide much needed accommodation for students at Oxford Brookes University thus reducing the number of students living in Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs) in Oxford and hopefully making these available for local residents.