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August 26th: WSP has been appointed by Lambeth Council to see how the Brixton Recreation Centre can be more accessible and used to its full potential.
22nd August - In response to a strong demand for a skilled technician workforce the government has approved a number of Apprenticeships Standards.
19th August - Soil and water samples collected at two former landfill sites in Lincoln are now being tested following initial investigations into whether the land could be developed.
18th August - A one-off seminar, run by the Leeds team of professional services firm WSP, to present the opportunities High Speed Rail, combined with a renaissance in infrastructure investment, cou...
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Blogpost by Richard Lawless, associate director for WSP's environment business.
Frank McLeod, UK head of design process, blogs regularly for Building magazine about BiM and all related matters. Here he goes back to the basics - how do you ensure business success?
WSP's David Symons, director in the environmental business, discusses the possible impact of the new Environmental Sentencing Guidelines.
The government's consultation on Energy Performance Certificates will create implications for commercial and domestic landlords. David Symons, a director at WSP, explains what may change.
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