Getting civil with structures
To AHA the process of design and construction is a partnership between architect, structural engineer and civil and services engineer. The nine-strong team of civil engineers at the Cirencester headquarters originally evolved from a need to give support to structural projects in terms of roads, drainage and external works, but some projects have developed architectural/ structural/civil collaborations that have been very creative.
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