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Smith and Wallwork on air

Jul 21, 2015
Stuart Arnold speaks to BBC Radio Cambridgeshire about last weeks floods in Cambridge. Last weeks floods in Cambridge were caused by heavy rainfall which led to pluvial flooding and sewer surcharge – affecting a number of buildings including Addenbrookes. Stuart
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Planning approvals

Sep 21, 2013
This summer has seen a number of Smith and Wallwork projects achieve planning permission. The Moller Centre Extension, Cambridge University Boat Club, The Sliding House and Marsh Hill House have all received approval. Our work at the planning stage of
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Climate Resilience

Aug 06, 2013
Smith and Wallwork speak at climate resilience conference. The conference was one of eight events held across the country by Climate UK in partnership with the Environment Agency, the Department for Transport and the Association of Directors of Environment, Economy,
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Weathering the storm

Jan 04, 2013
The Met Office have recently published data stating that 2012 was officially the wettest on record for England and the 2nd wettest for the UK as a whole. This statistic is even more remarkable considering that between January and March
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Sustainable drainage regulations

Nov 02, 2012
Smith and Wallwork have recently commented on the draft British Standard BS8582, Code of Practice for Surface Water Management for Development Sites. This is another in a long line of guidance and legislative documents that have recently been proposed to
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Website additions

Sep 14, 2012
Smith and Wallwork’s civil engineering brains have been busy feeding our website with research papers and opinion pieces – our ‘Thinking’ section of the website is proving to be popular looking at our internet statistics. Advanced design modelling techniques are
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