We are delighted to launch a series of videos showcasing reflections of some of the most influential figures in the built environment on how engineering contributes to a better society. Starting this month, the short films will deliver a diverse array of thoughts and ideas from throughout our industry, including journalists, architects, designers, developers and of course engineers!
In the first video of the series, Peter Murray, Chairman of New London Architecture, reflects on the exciting changing relationship between the professions within the industry. With architects and engineers collaborating more closely than ever before, we’re seeing significant positive impact delivered for society as a whole, for today, tomorrow and the future.
“When I started out as an architect, it was generally thought that the architect did the drawings and then the engineer worked out how big it ought to be. But that changed! The engineer is brought in right at the beginning of the problem solving and I think that’s really important. Bringing together all these people to deliver benefits to society right across the board.”
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