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Jubilee Wharf had not only to make a step change in its response to climate change, but also to do so at an appropriate cost. While larger projects are able to support the added design time for delivering innovation, smaller schemes inevitably bring hard choices between investment in design or in construction. The approach adopted here was to use an experienced design team which had previously delivered all of the technologies, thereby minimising design time. Arup's primary role involved ...

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