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Benoy regenerates historic Nanjing industrial site

Benoy has been appointed to redevelop a new mixed-use destination on the banks of the Yangtze River in Nanjing, China. Working with developer MCC Real Estate Group, Benoy will regenerate a historic ice storage warehouse as part of a wider... View Article

Early consultation initiated for Tellus Towers

A significant milestone was reached today for SSM’s Tellus Towers project, a joint venture between SSM and Partners Group. From today until the end of April, The City Planning Administration of Stockholm will carry out an early consultation for the... View Article

Remmers exhibits at Hayward Gallery

The world-renowned Hayward Gallery is a contemporary art gallery within Southbank Centre in London. As part of a two-year restoration project, Remmers restoration products were selected by Cemplas, to complete extensive concrete repair and renovation works to the internal architectural... View Article

NHS Orkney Awards Innova Hoisting Contracts

Innova Care Concepts has been awarded two contracts to provide and install patient hoist systems for two sites in the Orkney Islands. With an accumulative value of £177,000, Innova will work throughout 2018 to fix over 45 ceiling hoist systems... View Article

Roman’s brilliant KBB

Market leading International shower designer and manufacturer, Roman, has reported that this year’s kbb Birmingham Exhibition was a great success. Kbb was Roman’s shop window for the retail sector and their platform to energise and engage their retailers with the... View Article

Mass appeal – Brock Commons Tallwood House – Vancouver, Canada

James Parker reports on how an “extraordinarily ordinary” student residence in Vancouver became the world’s tallest engineered timber building almost by accident. At 18 storeys, Brock Commons Tallwood House, a student residence in Vancouver, is currently the world’s tallest engineered... View Article

WW+P scheme approved for listed South Kensington station

Listed building consent and prior approval has been granted for a larger, more spacious ticket hall and new eastbound platform at Grade II listed South Kensington station, one of London’s landmark Underground stations.  The scheme by Weston Williamson + Partners... View Article

Extended Study – Templeman Library, Canterbury

The design of a new extension to a university library in Kent both acts as a counterpoint to the pre-existing 1960s brutalist building, and achieves unification between old and new. Sébastien Reed reports. The original masterplan for the University of... View Article

Ketley Brick achieves major success in the Brick Awards

Ketley Brick’s flagship project, Victoria Gate, Leeds, has won two categories of the prestigious 2017 Brick Development Association (BDA)‘Brick Awards’. As one of the longest established and most widely respected building awards in the UK, the annual BDA Brick Awards... View Article
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