Tap Inns and touchdowns: Inside Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium

The razzamatazz of the American NFL visited north London last month, when Oakland Raiders beat the Chicago Bears 24-21 in a thriller at Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium. Andy Pearson looks at the remarkable engineering behind the 3,000-tonne retractable grass pitch that enables the stadium to be used for a multitude of events


Growing interest: using wastewater to heat Britain’s giant greenhouses

To minimise carbon emissions, developers behind two huge greenhouses in East Anglia are using heat from nearby wastewater treatment plants to provide perfect growing conditions. Phil Lattimore reports on the innovative engineering behind the facilities

heat pumps

Reality check: creating a BIM digital twin

Creating a digital twin will help maintain a building, but how can existing data be captured? Arup’s Derek Lawrence explores three methods



Plants as a building service; dynamic lighting; updated TM40; air quality at Deloitte UK HQ


Groundbreaking services design in the best buildings of today

Level best: highlights from the 10th Symposium on Lift and Escalator Technologies

The 10th Symposium on Lift and Escalator Technologies covered simulation, connectivity and safety, as the Lift and Escalator Industry Association’s Nick Mellor reports


Who impressed the judges at the Graduate of the Year Awards?

Seven engineers vying to become Graduate of the Year 2019 took to the stage at the IMechE in October, with Laura Luckhurst winning the top prize. Liza Young reports