‘Designing and planning for flood risk’ is a free Flood Risk Seminar for architects and developers, discussing key principles of designing flood
Mick George discuss how their Waste Management provision has been enhanced with a new segregation station for waste disposal.
Ali Stanton, of Argyll Environmental, discusses Grand Designs and how it showcases costs, planning applications and environmental impact assessments.
Ali Stanton, of Argyll Environmental, discusses the TV prgramme Grand Designs and the showcasing of planning costs and delays in the building process.
Mick George discuss their involvement completing earthworks for the new wind farm project at Triton Knoll off the coast of Lincolnshire.
Mick George discuss their demolition work for the redevelopment of the Letchworth Garden Square including retail and housing.
Mick George discuss their involvement in the demolition and earthworks for the development of the former RECO site, making way for a number of projects.
Mick George discuss their involvement in the new development for a paper separation plant, operated by Palm Paper Ltd, in Norfolk.
Mick George discuss their new contract with the University of Cambridge for development of a purpose-built research laboratory
Ian Streets of About Access discusses how accessibility can be improved on with implementation of some good practices
Mick George discuss their new contract with Andusia Recovered Fuels Ltd, delivering waste to plants to generate energy and avoid UK landfill
Jake Hawkey, consultancy manager at Argyll Environmental discusses the use of GIS in its new data visualisation service for property portfolios
Paul Nathanail, managing director of Land Quality Management Ltd discusses climate change and how new technologies will help in assessing flood risk
Script&Go discuss making environmental, health and safety and quality management compliance in construction easier using digital solutions