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London’s Landmark Centre Point: revival begins

On Monday Almacantar will commence the revival of the Grade II listed Centre Point and create a vibrant new retail and restaurant destination for London 82 apartments will be built in the Tower creating some of the most desirable real... View Article

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre is formally opened

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge officially opened the new Kensington Aldridge Academy and Kensington Leisure Centre. Artelia was appointed to work on the Academy in September 2011 to provide a range of services including Cost Management, Employers Agent,... View Article

Massive redevelopment underway at Cwmbran Stadium

Work has started on an exciting redevelopment at Cwmbran Stadium. The project will see a four-court sports hall remodelled into a vertical adventure playground, a soft play centre and a cafe. A 70-station fitness suite will also be created. The... View Article

Britcon on site for £2.6 million science park

Building, civil engineering and structural steelwork contractor, Britcon has started works on site to deliver a £2.6 million, 30,000 sq. ft. extension to the Langage Science Park in Plymouth. Britcon is appointed to design and build the significant project by... View Article

First BREEAM Outstanding for high-rise office building in China

No. 1 Shanghai, a 180m tall, 34 storey commercial tower created by state developer the Shanghai International Shipping Service Centre (SISSC) has achieved an Outstanding design rating under BREEAM, the world’s foremost sustainability standard for buildings. The building will act... View Article

New Green Floorzone heads to Ecobuild 2015

An updated version of the award winning Green Floorzone solution will be unveiled at Flowcrete UK’s stand during this year’s Ecobuild. The environmentally friendly floor build up has been revitalised and refreshed with new systems that boast enhanced green credentials... View Article

Building a Dialogue: The Architect and the Client

Sir John Soane’s Museum presents Building a Dialogue: The Architect and the Client, an exhibition exploring the delicate, complex and sometimes difficult relationship between clients and architects, charting the development of the architectural profession from Elizabethan to Victorian times. Analysing... View Article

Eric Wright completes £3.7m Carlisle College project

Eric Wright Construction has completed a 39-week project to establish a creative arts and media building at Carlisle College. Comprising a 128-seater performance theatre, dance studio, rehearsal spaces, an Apple Mac lab and art studio, the project has been erected... View Article

Resurgence in UK construction sector during Q3 2014

JLL and Glenigan’s latest UK Commercial Construction Activity Index reveals that non-residential new build activity is increasing rapidly, with the value of new starts over the year to Q3 amounting to £12.5bn, up 5.4% on the year to Q2 .... View Article
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