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Pick Everard is a leading independent, multi-professional consultancy practice working within the property, infrastructure and construction industry. Our professional advice in the fields of design, engineering and management services give clients across all sectors the best solution for their projects in the built environment. Judgement gained through our 150 years of experience, combined with the current industry knowledge of our people, supports the delivery of an integrated solution for your property, construction and infrastructure requirements. We mobilise a collaborative combination of the full range of construction disciplines, to engage, develop and deliver better built environments. Pick Everard is a traditional partnership which has grown to become a national practice operating from ten offices in the UK, including London, Bury St Edmunds, Cardiff, Derby, Glasgow, Inverness, Leicester, Manchester, Nottingham and Taunton.

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Will a third runway at Heathrow bring higher pollution

With the Government backing of a third runway at Heathrow will this break the pollution laws? A spokesman for the Department for...

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Prison Officer recruitment

The Chancellor has reiterated the Justice Secretary announcement to recruit 2500 additional Prison Officers. With the current unrest in...

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Autumn Statement: Extra £3.7bn for housing projects

With Philip Hammond's announcement in his Autumn Statement for an extra £3.7bn to be spent on housing infrastructure, such as new roads;...

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Manchester: £85m Royal Exchange Purchase

Large property acquisitions continue within Manchester as the purchase of the Royal Exchange completes for £85m.  The complex includes a...

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Have schools been short changed by the Autumn Statement?

Within any Autumn Statement or Budget there are always some winners and some losers. A big winner this time around is definitely the...

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GMCC and the Autumn Statement

Christian Spence, Head of Research & Policy at Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce gives his take on the Chancellor's Autumn Statement...

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Temporary reprieve as EU funding deadline lifted

The government has offered a lifeline to bidders for EU funding by relenting on the previous deadline set as today's Autumn statement.  

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What will you be wearing on site in 2017

As BIM starts to move forward with projects on site, a new helmet has been made available to use BIM data.

With a camera for Augmented...

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Pre-Autumn Statement

As we await the Autumn Statement tomorrow the first statement since brexit, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) calls on...

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Buckingham Palace to get £369m refurbishment

Interesting report in the press today, regarding the proposed refurbishment to some of our national treasures. 

The question arises, why...

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The Nothern Powerhouse and Unlocking Growth

I want to start with a few figures to highlight how big the Northern Powerhouse already is;

- £289bn (Economy).

- 15.1m (People).

- 395,000...

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How to make the case for taking a modular approach to buildings

Modular, dfma (design for manufacture and assembly), off-site, pre-fabrication... none of these techniques are new or radical, but all...

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How does London perform in the Winter Office Crane Survey?

The latest Deloitte London Office Crane Survey makes for interesting reading.

Construction across central London is at an eight year high,...

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New Infrastructure announced in the South East

This week saw Highways England announce Option C - connecting Tilbury to Gravesend - as its preferred route for the Lower Thames...

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Towering above the skyline

Manchester's skyline is due, this month, to change again. 

Initially from the three new tower cranes then permanently from the new (but...

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HS2 the continuing debate.......

Further information has been revealed regarding the preferred route and strategy around HS2 in the North West.  It is a debate that will...

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Powerhouse to attract billions in Chinese investment

The influx of overseas investment into the UK continues, with the powerhouse including seven north west projects within their 13-scheme...

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Trump and a/the changing climate...

We can only now wait and hope that the presidential campaign rhetoric gives way (though one wonders given his publicised stand on the...

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Small scale big impact infrastructure schemes

Interesting report from our Scape partner Balfour Beatty. 

Encouraging a roll out of smaller scale, yet faster track infrastructure...

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The world's first wooden football stadium!

Zaha Hadid Architects continue to follow the bold and dramatic building statements of their late founder. This time with a building where...

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Importance of client briefing

In 2005 London won the prize to host the Olympics. This presented the Olympic Committee with huge challenges. Legacy was the key word and...

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Ridding Manchester of its most hated landmark

Finally the long overdue announcement that Piccadilly Gardens is going to receive a much needed face lift.  Given the lack of open space...

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Manchester City Council - Digital and Creative Hub

Manchester is currently in a period of expansion with a ever growing real focus on digital and creative markets.  The announcement of...

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Should Greater Manchester build on the green belt?

It is a hugely contentious issue and not one that can be taken lightly or discussed in isolation.  No one seems to be in any doubt that...

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Is the concept of 'sustainable cities' an oxymoron?

A thought-provoking article which ponders on the concept of 'sustainable cities' as an oxymoron. Even if it was, cities are here so we...

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The power of introverts

Every month my team takes an hour out of the day to watch TED talks. It gives us a chance to learn together, debate and build a stronger...

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Prisoner rehabilitation

Without better investment in education and rehabilitation of our prisoners, is it a surprise that we have such poor re offending rates?

I...

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