How Do You Investigate an Airport on the Water?

By mark on December 03, 2018
London City Airport was constructed on a dry dock in 1986. Today, LCY’s apron structure supports a taxiway between the airport stands and the runway. Find out how we got on surveying the concrete chamber.
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We're Scaling New Heights with Integral Cradles

By mark on October 24, 2018
Find out how we got on working with Integral Cradles this month, as we help them scale another of London’s exclusive buildings.
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Introducing Sindrilla: HAVS Free Drilling Technology is Here

By mark on October 23, 2018
We’re launching something new. And we think it’s going to be big. A product to revolutionise the construction industry and save millions of construction workers from permanent nerve damage.
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Is it Time to Upgrade Your Airfield Ground Lighting to LED?

By mark on September 13, 2018
Did you know that upgrading your airfield ground lighting from halogen lights to LED lamps can save you time, reduce running costs, minimise airport delays and improve safety on your runway?
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Endless Runways: The Future of Air Travel or a Never Ending Story?

By mark on August 20, 2018
When the ‘endless runway’ concept was featured on BBC’s World Hacks, it sparked outrage and divided industry experts. Following news that the NLR plan to test the idea using unmanned drones, we’re taking a closer look at the reality of a circular runway.
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