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Paul Finch


  • Paul Finch

    Viewpoint: Ageing beauty gets a new lease of lifeSubscription

    6 May 2010

    Paul Finch on how tight budgets can lead to some innovative refurbishment work

  • Paul Finch

    Working side by sideSubscription

    3 June, 2009

    Architecture, engineering and construction have sometimes been seen as a loose collection of related activities, whose pre-occupation (at worst) has been about who is top dog. This has changed in recent years, partly as a result of the government procurement revolution that is PFI, partly in response to climate change, and partly because of the recognition that silo thinking is no longer appropriate.The biggest architectural practice in the UK is now the design division of Atkins, outg