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ÄKTSuomen Ääni- ja Kuvatallennetuottajat (Finnish: The Finnish National Group of IFPI)
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ZHA is leading an international team of consultants comprising Adams Kara Taylor, Max Fordham, Newtecnic, DEGW, Gross Max, Davis Langdon, Arup, Warringtonfire, Winton Nightingale, and A2 Project Managers, said Salman.
UK management and technical consultancy WYG (LON:WHY), formerly White Young Green, said Friday it had sold part of its domestic engineering unit Adams Kara Taylor (AKT) to a company, backed by the latter's management and Swedish sector player Tyrens, for GBP3.75m (USD6m/EUR4.2m) in cash.
Albert Williamson Taylor, Chairman of the panel of judges for the Emirates Glass LEAF Awards and co-founder and director of Adams Kara Taylor, said: "The judges have again been very impressed with the exceptionally high standard of entries for this year's awards, providing us with very difficult selection decisions.
Building consultants White Young Green has bought civil and structural engineering consultancy Adams Kara Taylor for an initial pounds 10.5 million.
Construction has begun on an environmentally- sustainable and energy- efficient scheme of 20 managed workspaces designed for Hambleton Council by architects McDowell+Benedetti, Adams Kara Taylor (structures) and M&E specialists BDSP, all from London.
Designed in consultation with engineers Adams Kara Taylor, and jointly commissioned by Corus and the LFA 2008, Fresh Flower is the ultimate expression of the 2008 Festival theme, 'Fresh'.
Like the two architectural knights, radical engineer Hanif Kara's Adams Kara Taylor funds its own city research: he said, 'It's not paid for but we do it all the time'.
Paul Scott, project engineer of Adams Kara Taylor, observes that 'In Germany there are quite traditional ways of producing drawings.
In collaboration with engineers Adams Kara Taylor, these three spaces have been shaped as one element, conceived as a single mass that simultaneously creates space, void, and structure.