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    The art of effective community liaison

    02 December, 2020

    Listening to communities is at the heart of effective community liaison. It's not just explaining what you're going to do. It's also about listening to what people tell you and being flexible enough to make modifications where you are able. It's a little bit of give and take.

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    Turning negative expectations into a positive experience

    01 December, 2020

    We understood that the success of the project would be highly dependent on the effective management of the public including local residents. Our project manager served as our designated stakeholder liaison officer.

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    Stakeholder Engagement in a New Era of Communication

    01 December, 2020

    We were unable to lead our stakeholder engagement activities personally due to coronavirus restrictions so instead, adopted digital communications to connect remotely. This proactive response allowed us to share information and effectively engage the public.

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    Wet Dock Design & Construction in a SAC

    04 August, 2020

    Pendennis Shipyard Ltd had identified a need to service yachts while they were afloat. However, the shipyard was located in a Special Area of Conservation and they had a busy order book. The challenge was to find a solution that could be built efficiently while protecting the precious habitat.

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    Design and Construction of Berth 2 Portsmouth

    10 July, 2020

    Knights Brown has been responsible for the design and construction of the leveling and extension of berth 2 so that it could accommodate much larger ships (up to 255 metres in length) opening up more of the cruise market to Portsmouth International Port.

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    Celebrating our women on International Women’s Day

    04 March, 2020

    Many of our women employees are excelling in specialist roles and to mark International Women’s Day we are celebrating their work and encouraging more women to look on construction as a positive career choice.

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