WSP, the Shard’s engineering firm, backs Crossrail for Bikes

WSP are a global engineering and project management firm based in Canada. A few of their more high-profile projects have included the Hungerford Bridge, the New York Times building in Manhattan, and the Shard. Earlier this year WSP announced their acquisition of Parsons Brinckerhoff, the New York construction giant. Parsons Brinckerhoff have decades of experience with huge transportation engineering projects including… Read More

Award-winning civil and structural engineering practice Momentum supports safer cycling in London

Momentum Engineering, the multi-award winning London based engineering practice have backed plans for new protected bike lanes. Momentum  has worked on some of the UK’s most iconic structures including The Pyramid stage at Glastonbury, as well as the Royal National Theatre. They join another engineering firm Price & Myers in calling for the new cycle… Read More

NLA supports Cycle Superhighways, encourages its members to as well

Based in central London just off Tottenham Court Road, NLA (New London Architecture) is a focal point of the discussion about architecture and how it affects the city. Through a programme of conferences, talks and exhibitions, NLA brings professionals and the public together to discuss the future of London’s built environment. NLA Chairman Petre Murray… Read More

Structural engineering consultancy, Price & Myers, back new cycle routes

Price & Myers is a leading structural engineering consultancy based in London, W1. We provide structural, infrastructure and sustainability consultancy services and have been based in central London for over 35 years. Peter Dash,  Partner outlined why Price & Myers supports the new routes : ‘We have always provided excellent facilities for the cyclists in our office… Read More