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CUBC finished photos

Jun 20, 2017
Our first commission at Smith and Wallwork in July 2012 was the new Cambridge University Boat Club at Ely. After a number of years of fund raising, complex permissions and approvals and a two phase construction process the facilities were
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Structural engineers and building services

May 29, 2017
As a structural engineer you may be able to say that your steel frame has been designed to accommodate all service runs. You may even be able say that you have a full structure/services integrated BIM model. So what is
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RIBA Awards for Smith and Wallwork projects

May 21, 2017
At last weeks RIBA East Awards Smith and Wallwork projects won 3 awards. Holkham Hall with Hopkins Architects won a building award and a special award for conservation. Marsh Hill House with Mole Architects won a building award.
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Invisible truss

May 21, 2017
Our designs for the Stephen Perse Foundation incorporates a world first (we think)….a flitch truss or wall. Smith and Wallwork used the principle of a timber flitch beam and scaled it up to incorporate a thin steel plate truss sandwiched
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Should engineers think about construction sequence?

May 12, 2017
Our industry is being challenged to DfM (design for manufacture) and DfD (design for de-construction) but what about DfC (design for construction)? Perhaps the immediate response is it is happening anyway, one part of our CDM duties – but in
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SaW projects in RIBA East awards shortlist

Mar 31, 2017
The RIBA East Awards shortlist was announced this week and three Smith and Wallwork projects are included. Wynch Cottage a CLT scheme with Hawkins Brown Architects, Holkham Hall with Hopkins Architects and Marsh Hill House with Mole Architects. The awards
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