As Architecture Correspondent to The Times Marcus Binney has followed the design and construction of some of the major bridges of our age, talking to the leading architects and engineers involved, including Santiago Calatrava, Norman Foster, Nicholas Grimshaw and Alan Spielmann, as well as engineering practices such as Arups, Brown Beech & Associates, Flint & Neill, RPR and Mott MaDonald. As founder and President of SAVE Britain's Heritage and chairman of Save Europe's Heritage he has also taken a keen interest in the preservation and restoration of historic bridges. Marcus Binney lives in St. Lawrence, Jersey, Channel Islands.
"Binney's examples are drawn from around the world and across the centuries, from the works of ancient masons and medieval carpenters to projects by contemporary architects and engineers."* Architecture Today *