With terrorism tactics constantly changing, public venue managers, building owners, and military and government institutions are adapting measures in order to mitigate presented risks.
As such, protective and structural designs are evolving in response to current threats. By considering as many types of attack as possible, the intention is to out-think terrorists in order to minimise human and structural damage.
Senior principal at Thornton Tomasetti Peter DiMaggio and principal of Thornton Tomasetti Defence Ltd. Phillip Thompson discuss recent developments in defining and designing protective structures. Read the full Lima Charlie News article here.