Resilient cities build on older patterns from previous iterations - they adapt to events and evolve over time. Older structures are now preserved and adapted for new purposes or community needs, such as old commercial riverways morphing into residential villages or entertainment precincts.
The strength of old engineering is augmented by the addition of thermally efficient products or energy generating technology, changing not only the use of the building but the experience of using it.
Download this whitepaper to find out more about how we can ensure that our built environments are resilient and can rebound after dramatic events or long-term change such as society growth, ageing populations or decaying infrastructure systems.
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