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Smith and Wallwork building used in LCA study

Jun 14, 2018
Smith and Wallwork project Wyng Gardens has been used for an in-depth LCA study. Katie Symons (former Smith and Wallwork engineer now in New Zealand) contributed to the paper which was authored by Alice Moncaster of the Open University. A
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Timber Rising Exhibition

Mar 19, 2018
Smith and Wallwork projects Barbican Tower and The Lodge are featured in a new exhibition in London at the Roca Gallery. The exhibition is open until 19th May 2018, details can be found here.
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Tall Timber 2

Oct 22, 2017
Smith and Wallwork has been working with PLP and Cambridge University on a tall building proposal for The Netherlands. The scheme is 125m tall and 32 storeys. A double layer inclined column structure wraps around the building to create a
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CLT in Scotland

Mar 23, 2017
In March 2017 the first CLT panels arrived in Glasgow for the start of CCG’s new 7 storey development, named the Yoker project. Smith and Wallwork has engineered the CLT structure and all its connections and Eurban are installing StoraEnso
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Re-using construction materials

Jun 03, 2014
Sustainable re-use of construction materials is at the heart of our proposals for a new visitor centre at Hyde Hall for the RHS. Smith and Wallwork’s design proposes the re-use of existing foundations and ground slabs as well as re-using
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Forest visit

Feb 19, 2014
Foresters, joiners and engineers join forces to identify Holkham Estate trees for felling. Smith and Wallwork has proposed using timber from the Estate to create a new roof to the old potteries. Eighteen bow string trusses are proposed using structural
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