Our architectural design services for building & construction industry are powered by innovation and customized solutions to fulfill your comprehensive requirements. Architects conduct a detailed analysis of client requirements, based on which our projects take off. We rely on a variety of mediums from hand sketches to the use of a variety of architectural design software and tools in order to make the execution process fast and convenient. We help you visualize your project site replete with its surroundings and architecture by creating effective photomontages.
We offer a service for structural and civil engineering design, both as a stand-alone capability and as part of larger integrated design schemes. Our chartered engineers and engineering technicians have extensive experience of designing both above-ground and below-ground elements of schemes. As structural design is part of our integrated suite of property services, we can be involved with architectural and mechanical & electrical designers from the earliest stages of a project. Their interaction is constant and flexible, to ensure that all aspects of our designs are 'right first time'. That means shorter, more predictable construction programmes and fewer compensation events for the principal contractor. We also have strong relationships with a network of specialist subcontractors, and we bring their high skill levels into our managed services.
We believe that the character and texture of the landscape profoundly influences both built structures and quality of life. Well-designed, engaging landscapes and urban spaces form the foundation for healthy, vibrant communities and sustainable infrastructure.With all aspects of design, from innovative materials selection to sustainable management practices, we deliver site-specific solutions that embrace the changing and temporal nature of the landscape. The results can be seen in artfully crafted, distinctive spaces that serve a larger purpose by connecting people, culture, and the natural world
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 provides job safety and health protection for workers by promoting safe and healthful working conditions throughout the nation. Provisions of the Act include the following:
Modern buildings are generally considered safe and healthy working environments. However, the potential for indoor air quality problems, occupational illnesses and injuries, exposure to hazardous materials, and accidental falls beckons architects, engineers, and facility managers to design and maintain buildings and processes that ensure occupant safety and health. Notably, building designs must focus on eliminating or preventing hazards to personnel, rather than relying on personal protective equipment and administrative or process procedures to prevent mishaps.
The basic components of the physical security measures to address an explosive threat considers the establishment of a protected perimeter, the prevention of progressive collapse, the design of a debris mitigating façade, the isolation of internal explosive threats that may evade detection through the screening stations or may enter the public spaces prior to screening and the protection of the emergency evacuation, rescue and recovery systems. Other than establishing a protected perimeter, these protective measures are generally achieved through principles of structural dynamics, nonlinear material response, ductile detailing, and space planning. Operational security and life safety measures should be considered together with the physical security measures to develop a comprehensive building security design.