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Our BIM Journey for Landscape Architecture

Since 2014 we have been committed to incorporating Building Information Modelling (BIM) into our working procedures. We have adopted Autodesk Revit as our principle 3D modelling software and broken new ground on designing BIM Level 2 schemes. Our ‘BIM Journey’ has been a steep learning curve however, to ensure compatibility with other design and construction…

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Sefton Green Belt Review

Sefton Council is currently undertaking a review of their development land provision for their developing Local Plan and as such are considering the release of a number of sites from the currently designated Green Belt.  Despite being a metropolitan borough with a large urban population, approximately half of Sefton’s area is rural and designated as…

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Hartlebury Castle restoration, regeneration and rejuvination

Hartlebury Castle is a building steeped in history, having served as a See House of the Worcestershire Diocese for at least 800 years.  The parkland in which the Castle is located and the gardens which provide its immediate setting are both parts of the Grade II Listed Registered Historic Park and Gardens by English heritage…

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Ryder invests in its future and enters the world of BIM

We have recently invested in our future making sure we stay ahead of the curve and bought ourselves some shiny new software, bringing our BIM capabilities up to speed. We are now the proud owners of both Autodesk Revit and 3D Civils. Having seen an increasing demand from our existing clients and with one eye…

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Water, water everywhere

  I was invited to present at a very interesting meeting recently in Whitehall at RUSI – the Royal United Services Institute to discuss about how services have responded to the current flood situation and how flood risk might be handled in the future. RUSI look at risk and conflict throughout the globe and have…

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The power of floods

  Floods have tremendous power, you only need to stand by a river in spate or watch waves crash against a sea wall to see that. However they have another great power, they manage to move Politicians out of Westminster to demonstrate their leadership qualities and empathy with flood victims. They wish to show their…

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RT @outwritepr: Next week will be an exciting one for @ysgolcybi as its new school built by @WynneConstruct opens fully! https://t.co/FiTZf…

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Not a bad play den! Brick built with balconies, arrow slots but not sure about boiling oil! #topplaydens pic.twitter.com/fB29xUdDe4

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RT @WynneConstruct: Recent Open Day was a huge success for the new Ysgol #Cybi #Holyhead #Anglesey pic.twitter.com/2vM2yik7wP

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70th Anniversary of the Listed Building system today, brought in to protect bomb damaged buildings after WW2, what's your favourite? #listed

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