Integral have always taken a strong and proactive interest in sustainable design and in particular embodied carbon.
Our CPD this week was a thought provoking comment on structural engineers and how they can directly influence the effects of climate change.
The second in our series of meet the team is Peter Grinyer, our newest Associate, reflecting on his time here so far, what inspires him and as our BIM Manager his perspective on the future of the construction industry.
Integral are celebrating our 20th Anniversary and the team are finding events and activities to mark this important milestone in a number of different ways during the year.
The first in our series of meet the team is Claire Thomas, our newest Director, reflecting on our future, what it is like to work at Integral and what it means to be an engineer.
20 years of working on exciting projects with inspiring people – so what better reason than for us to host a party to celebrate.
The London office recently hosted a work shadowing day for a first year student whom is currently studying for a MEng Civil Engineering degree at Imperial College London.
The main staircase at Grade I listed Boston Manor House has suffered from settlement since the end of the 17th Century when alterations were made to the house.
Integral Engineering Design and design team members from a number of our projects break away from our comfort zones and head to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for track bike training and a timed lap to finish.
The new Tunbridge Wells Civic Centre features a large underground car park with a complicated geometry and highly unbalanced loads.