The Gherkin, the Shard, the Walkie-Talkie, the Cheesegrater…and now the Scalpel.
At Number 52 Lime Street, it is the latest iconic skyscraper being built in the City of London as the capital’s skyline becomes ever more impressive, writes McAndrew Martin’s Director of Structural Engineering Noor Awan.
When it comes to landmark buildings such as the Gherkin or the Scalpel, structural engineering is particularly important.
A story about our Charity Golf Day has appeared in the Portsmouth News today.
The coverage of our Rowan's Hospice fundraiser has appeared on the business page with a picture of our team at Waterlooville Golf Club.
Many thanks to the News for carrying the story and for all of its support for the event.
The News is one of the country's leading regional media titles with a monthly audience of 372,310 readers. It has a monthly digital audience of 304,575 and 142,057 monthly print readers.
We're in the Portsmouth News today!
Our Charity Golf Day in aid of Rowan's Hospice has featured in a prominent position on page three of the paper's Homes section - sincere thanks to the News for their support.
Entries and sponsorship have already started to come in as the buzz about the April 27 fundraiser begins.
As with previous events, it will be at Waterlooville Golf Club and we're aiming to make it the best yet with 100 players and a target of £10,000 for Rowan's Hospice.
The leading B2B title Commercial News Media has featured our hugely successful multi-disciplinary showcase at the iconic Gherkin skyscraper in London.
It has featured a picture of our Managing Director Bill McAndrew, Director of Surveying London Gareth Pryce, Director of General Practice Ian Lee and Operations Director Sam Rix as well as a full story about our showcase and services.
It includes details about our new strapline '#Professional Solutions by Design' and our newly structured directorates:
• Building Surveying
An influential public sector body has issued a call for new measures to boost house building.
The Local Government Association (LGA) has urged the government to allow councils to resume their ‘historic role’ as housebuilders to supply desperately needed homes.
It wants the Government to let councils borrow money to invest in housing, keep all the money received from the sale of homes through the Right to Buy scheme and to use this and other funding to build through spin-off housing companies.
We're delighted to have been shortlisted in the RICS South East Awards 2013 under three categories. They are the Building Conservation, Community Benefit and Regeneration classes. They all relate to the John Cheverton Centre on the Isle of Wight.
This reflects the very high standard of project that we are now being asked to work on and are often the result of a recommendation from one of the company's ever increasing list of very satisfied clients.
The awards evening will take place on Thursday 16th May 2013 at Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking.