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Safety at work for construction workers

The field of construction is wide with plumbing, carpentry and electrical falling in this industry. Some of the duties related to construction work include: Commercial and industrial or residential systems installation Using, cleaning and maintaining some types of equipment Ensuring that... View Article

BLM British Lead introduces technical support service

BLM British Lead is pleased to announce the launch of its own in-house technical support service with David Pounds joining the company as Technical Advisor. David comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the industry, having spent 13... View Article

University of Illinois Breaks Ground on New Siebel Center for Design

The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UI) yesterday celebrated the groundbreaking for the new Siebel Center for Design. The facility, designed by architecture firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (BCJ), will provide UI students with spaces for making and learning across all disciplines. Architect Peter... View Article

Qatar National Museum designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel

Designed by world-renowned French architect Jean Nouvel, the upcoming National Museum of Qatar is inspired by the desert rose and will combine historic objects and contemporary influences, opening up a dialogue around the impact of rapid change.  This museum will... View Article

Metal Technology gains BES 6001 accreditation

Leading aluminium systems manufacturer, Metal Technology, has been accredited to the BES 6001 Framework Standard for Responsible Sourcing of construction products.  This standard enables construction product manufacturers to ensure, and then prove, that their products have been made with materials... View Article

£95million mill expansion unveiled by the First Minister

On April 23 2018, First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon unveiled a new manufacturing line at Norbord’s Inverness plant following a £95million investment. Highlands and Islands Enterprise also awarded Norbord a £12million development grant, on top of Norbord’s investment, to help fund... View Article

New angles on warehouse living – Krøyers Plads, Copenhagen

Located on the doorstep of Copenhagen’s Nyhavn tourist trap are a trio of desirable new harbourside apartment blocks which echo the area’s traditional brick architecture, but with a modern twist. Sébastien Reed reports. Probably the most immediately striking aspect of... View Article

Metal Technology adds ‘silver screen’ to Belfast film studio

Belfast Harbour Studios, the latest asset to Northern Ireland’s burgeoning film industry infrastructure, features curtain walling, window and door systems from leading aluminium systems manufacturer, Metal Technology. The project includes more than 120,000sqft of studio space, workshops and production offices,... View Article

Bathroom and wetroom solutions from Schlüter-Systems

A significant amount of time and thought is invested into the design of bathrooms for architectural projects. One design aspect that is important to consider is how our needs may change over time and the accessibility of a bathroom, en-suite... View Article

HOK-Designed LG Science Park Opens in Seoul

One of the world’s largest corporate research campuses is now open for business. At more than 1 million square metres (the equivalent of 152 football pitches), LG Science Park in Seoul’s Magok District unites staff from eight of LG’s Korean... View Article

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson designs modern West Seattle Firehouse

Seattle’s newest firehouse, designed by architects Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, is now complete. The modern facility, which recently earned LEED Platinum certification, replaces a 40-year-old building in West Seattle’s fast-growing Alaska Junction neighborhood. The 18,000-square-foot station is home to Engine Company 32,... View Article
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