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March 2016

Conisbee at RCN Breakfast event

Conisbee Associate, Dave Richards is talking this morning at RCN Breakfast event ‘Scaling New Heights – Creating sustainable High Rise Developments’.

Discussing the development of the 1960’s residential high rise and how contemporary technologies and techniques have made the new style of high rise buildings more efficient, economical and sustainable.

If you are attending and would like to meet up with Dave, please contact or call 020 7697 7239.

Shortlisting for the NCE100!

Conisbee is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist in the Contribution to the Profession category of the 2016 NCE100 Companies of the Year Awards.

These awards are brand new for New Civil Engineer and seek to recognise firms that are leading the way in five areas that are critical to delivering for clients and making engineering workplaces a great place to be.

Mark Hansford, editor of New Civil Engineer commented,  “We launched the NCE100 as an exciting, robust and challenging way to identify the best civil engineering practices. The entries so far have not disappointed. Our shortlisted firms have great stories to tell and we look forward to hearing them in more detail at the next stage.”

C4’s ‘Ugly House to Lovely House’

Conisbee’s project, Talbot Road features tonight on Channel 4’s Ugly House – a radical six part design series, hosted by George Clarke. The series champions the power of great architecture to transform undervalued and unloved British housing stock into exciting spaces in which to live.

Big transformations are underpinned by a sense of real and positive social purpose, sticking to average budgets of around £50,000. With the property market growing increasingly competitive, this isn’t about redeveloping your house for profit and selling it on so you can upscale – this is about loving the house you live in

Watch in full tonight at 8pm on Channel 4