Published: 27 October 2015

A new home for the circus

Steel, Structural Heritage

The Structural Awards 2015: Shortlist Focus: Pat Ruddock, from Mann Williams, is the engineer behind the Four Elms project, which transformed a formerly derelict building in Cardiff into a new headquarters for the No Fit State Circus. Here he discusses his career and the challenges of breathing new life into an old building.


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Published: 28 September 2015

Dramatic design

Cantilever, Concrete, Structural Awards, Structural Heritage

The Structural Awards 2015: Shortlist Focus: A project to modernise and renovate Chichester Festival Theatre has been shortlisted in The Structural Awards 2015. Engineer Ben Scott, from Price & Myers, describes the unique challenges of breathing fresh life into such a remarkable structure.


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Published: 02 September 2015

Renovating a Singapore landmark

Concrete, Structural Awards, Structural Heritage, Sustainability

The Structural Awards 2015: Shortlist Focus: Tan Guan, from T.Y. Lin International, has been a structural engineer for over 40 years. Here he talks about his work to restore the Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall in Singapore, a project which is shortlisted in the “Structural Heritage” awards category.

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Published: 28 August 2015

Restoring Melbourne's Brewing History

Structural Awards, Structural Heritage, Timber

The Structural Awards 2015: Shortlist Focus: David Law, a structural engineer for 12 years, worked on “The Malt Store” project in Melbourne, Australia - an entry to our “Structural Heritage” awards category. Here he discusses his career, the project, and the challenges of engineering new life into old buildings.


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Published: 25 August 2015

Restoring Australian Heritage

Australia, Bridges, Structural Awards, Structural Heritage

The Structural Awards 2015: Shortlist Focus: “Restoration, Repairs and Upgrade of the Sir William Goodman Bridge” is an entry to the “Structural Heritage” awards category, which recognises outstanding restoration and conservation efforts by structural engineers. Here John Woodside, a Fellow of the Institution and a member since 1974, discusses why and how the bridge was restored, and why our engineering heritage is so important.


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