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August 9, 2019
Commitment to the next generation of talent at Elementa is an ongoing priority within the firm, embodied through our core values, Trust, Nurture, Inspire. These three words serve as an operational mantra which guides Elementa’s responsibility to its young employees. This dedication has been recognized by the British Council of Offices for this year’s BCO NextGen Awards, to which Elementa is nominated for NextGen Employer of the Year 2019. The BCO NextGen Awards are an industry wide program highlighting the achievements of young professio... Read more
July 22, 2019

Breaking Boundaries

In collaboration with Women in the City join Gwen Rhys for this breakfast talk at The City Centre to hear from a cross section of influential female engineers who have worked on key projects both in The City of London and further afield.

Engineers have always played a vital part in breaking the boundaries of what can be achieved within London’s built environment. Our panel of experts will provide insight on the diverse role of the en... Read more
June 11, 2019

How sustainable are our education buildings?

The DfE's sustainable approach to the design and construction of new facilities, as stated in their Output Specification, aims to deliver a "cost-effective and resource-efficient facility" that optimises passive design measures and minimises the use of all resources with an efficient approach to maintenance, life cycle replacement and facilities management. It expects strategies to be implemented to operate facilities that record all targets for the key ... Read more

June 5, 2019
The Managing Principal of our Oxford studio, Carl McKenzie has recently been appointed as Chairman of the Professional Development committee of IHEEM. The Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management (IHEEM) was founded in the 1940’s with its primary purpose to act as a knowledge sharing institute, specialising in Healthcare design, construction and best practice use and functionality of healthcare buildings and organi... Read more
May 20, 2019
Hawkins\Brown will be hosting a panel discussion exploring the theme of 'boundaries' by asking the question: How can we creatively approach the design of light in buildings to blur the boundary between inside and out, to have a positive influence on occupant well-being? Recent research shows that the light that we experience can affect our sleep cycles, immune systems and mental health – but as we spend more than 90% of time inside buildings, are we losing our connection with the outside? How can the design of buildings take a considered ... Read more
May 20, 2019
The CIBSE Young Energy Performance Group invite you to our first Carbon Bite Night of the season. Three speakers will discuss the GLA updates on carbon factors and their impact on design for new residential developments, followed by discussion and Q&A. With the move toward Greenhouse Gas Emissions factors that better reflect the current National Electricity Grid, emissions associated with electricity are now almost equal to emissions from gas. Increasingly, to comply with the 35% on site emissions reductions target of the London Plan, th... Read more
May 20, 2019
The CIBSE Young Energy Performance Group invite you to our first Carbon Bite Night of the season. Three speakers will discuss the GLA updates on carbon factors and their impact on design for new residential developments, followed by discussion and Q&A. With the move toward Greenhouse Gas Emissions factors that better reflect the current National Electricity Grid, emissions associated with electricity are now almost equal to emissions from gas. Increasingly, to comply with the 35% on site emissions reductions target of the London Plan, th... Read more
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