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EQUITONE suits modules at Newcastle College

Being a modern and durable material that retains its appearance made fibre cement EQUITONE and from Marley Eternit the ideal choice for Newcastle Sixth Form College’s modular architectural facade. The 11,000m² new building designed by RMJM Architects opened in March... View Article

Levolux raises the roof in Victoria

Occupying a prestigious address in central London, 62 Buckingham Gate is a landmark office development which resembles a jewel, with its tilting, prism-like glass façade, topped by a state-of-the-art Roof Screening solution, courtesy of Levolux. 62 Buckingham Gate is central... View Article

Kingspan TEK® puts school on the fast-track to success

The Kingspan TEK® Building System has delivered outstanding results against a design and installation deadline of just four weeks for a stylish new primary school extension in Kent. 218 children attend All Faiths’ Children’s Community School, part of The RGS/AFS... View Article

Barnsley chooses Crittall again 80 years on

When the original Barnsley town hall was constructed in the 1930s, Crittall steel windows were chosen as the profiles of choice. Having now achieved Grade A listed status, the iconic building is undergoing a comprehensive refurbishment programme spearheaded by the... View Article

Forbo Eternal vinyl – a key ingredient for Salad Bowl

Wirral consultancy Crave ID specified Eternal general purpose vinyl from Forbo as a key ingredient in the interior design scheme for Salad Bowl, a new healthy-eating fast-food outlet in Liverpool. Used throughout, Eternal Wood in Warm Chestnut and Eternal Palette... View Article

BAM to build Sheffield fire stations

BAM Construction has been selected to build two fire stations in Sheffield. The contractor, which has offices in Leeds, was awarded the £5million contract by South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue (SYFR) through the Yorbuild framework. BAM will build new stations... View Article

Arup appointed to design Warsaw Chopin Airport City

Arup has been appointed to develop a new 13.27ha city next to Warsaw Chopin Airport, one of the largest and most modern airports in Central Europe. The new office and retail development will involve the construction of 17 A-class office... View Article

Changing Places to achieve inclusive status

The target of becoming ‘the most accessible city in Europe’ is set in Manchester with the opening of the local government’s first Changing Places toilet. The new public toilet facility, in Manchester’s Town Hall Complex in Lloyd St, enables disabled... View Article

NorDan launches strategy for new build schools

NorDan, one of the UK’s leaders in the manufacture and supply of high performance aluminium clad timber windows and composite doors, has launched a “National Strategy for Schools” – offering a full turnkey service on the supply and installation (where... View Article

Scotland’s largest new town starts on site

Work is now underway to create Scotland’s largest new town, Chapelton, five-miles south of Aberdeen, following a founding ceremony today, Wednesday 2 October 2013. The £8million infrastructure work, required to service the development, is being carried out by local firm... View Article

BRE: reinventing the house of the future

BRE launches exemplar retrofit project, The Smart Home, on its Watford site today. The house demonstrates the significant energy savings that can be made through smart technology alongside fabric improvements and occupant empowerment. BRE’s pioneering future-focused Integer House, built 15... View Article
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