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Hawkins Welcomes Chartered Engineer Dr Hugh Martindale

Hawkins recently appointed Charted Engineer Dr Hugh Martindale, as a Senior Associate in our London office.

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Nature Recovery Project to Create Places for the Local Wildlife

In a bid to create a more inviting place for local wildlife, forensic experts, Andy Bryce, Gerald Deshais, Paul Willis, Tim Hodson, and Natasha Moore replanted the shrubbery outside our Bristol office. The replanting project was the brainchild of An

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Open Plan Office Acoustics (BS ISO 22955)

To that effect, BS ISO 22955:2021 “Acoustics – Acoustic quality of open office spaces” aims to give guidance in the design and construction of open office space for acoustics and its cognitive effects.

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Dr Sophie Parsons Featured in The Marine Insurer

Materials expert Dr Sophie Parsons reflects back on the last 12 months to provide her observations of the marine industry in her article A Year in Review.

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Defining Spaces in Public Address and Voice Alarm System Design

While a Public Address System is used to convey general information or paging, they often double-up as a Voice Alarm System, used to convey emergency or safety information, such as “beware of unattended packages” or evacuation guidance in emergen

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Hawkins Welcomes Electrical Engineer Albert Richardson

Albert brings over three decades of experience in the field and is recognised for his expertise in generators and high-voltage (HV) motors, primarily focusing on power generation and distribution.

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Hawkins Partners with Alcumus to Demonstrate Compliance to the Highest Standards

We are proud to announce that we have decided to partner with Alcumus Supply Chain Compliance to provide the highest standard of compliance within our supply chain.

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Scaffolding: Collapses and Falls

Work at height, including the erection of scaffolding, is a hazardous activity, and regrettably, injuries occur during scaffolding work. To provide guidance in preventing this, the NASC issued a pocket booklet, with the current (as of 2022) version

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Cracking Up: Common Causes of Fracture Related to Pre-Existing Features

Sometimes a fracture is mildly irritating, leading to cosmetic impairment or slight loss of functionality. However, fracture can also lead to catastrophic failure, which can cause inconvenience, expense, or in the worst case, loss of life.

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