Design of the HIVE – an innovative research building for the University of Bath

Author: M. Lawrence (University of Bath), T. Mander (Integral Engineering Design), J. Norman (Integral Engineering Design) & E. Walkden (Project Manager, the HIVE)

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1 September 2015

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Design of the HIVE – an innovative research building for the University of Bath

The Structural Engineer
Design of the HIVE – an innovative research building for the University of Bath
Date published

1 September 2015

Author

M. Lawrence (University of Bath), T. Mander (Integral Engineering Design), J. Norman (Integral Engineering Design) & E. Walkden (Project Manager, the HIVE)

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

Buy Now
Author

M. Lawrence (University of Bath), T. Mander (Integral Engineering Design), J. Norman (Integral Engineering Design) & E. Walkden (Project Manager, the HIVE)

This article presents the design and construction of an unusual project. The HIVE is a building designed to act as the support framework for research into minimising the environmental impact of the built environment.

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Pages:
6
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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