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25th May 2017
The latest information and innovations for the design, specification,
and construction of civic and public buildings and spaces.

Forbo’s new Sphera Energetic adds colour to the curriculum

Hot on the heels of its very first homogeneous vinyl collection, produced in a new state-of-the-art production facility, Forbo Flooring Systems has now launched a second range: Sphera Energetic. Reflecting the latest education... ›››
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EQUITONE fibre cement facade materials provide solution

Designed by Architects for Architects, EQUITONE fibre cement facade materials from Marley Eternit have been specified on two school constructions for their design flexibility, durability and creativity... ›››
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Rainwater harvesting – simply common sense

By Gary Wheatley, Training and Technical Manager, Wilo UK. It wasn’t so long ago that the UK’s reputation for being the ‘rain capital’ of Europe made mention of rainwater harvesting the subject of mirth and jollity! The changing rainfall... ›››
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Helping create the future of learning

GEZE UK is giving students a super welcome at one of Europe’s newest super colleges – the £228 million City of Glasgow College in the heart of Glasgow. The technical and professional skills college, which has been... ›››
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Hadrian stars at the Putney Arts Theatre

Hadrian toilet cubicles starred in the refurbishment of both the ladies and gents washrooms at the Putney Arts Theatre. The theatre is run by a charitable incorporated organisation and the new washrooms had to be good value for... ›››
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Sarnafil Plus has market roof covered

The roof refurbishment of Kirkgate Market in Leeds is a story of problem solving and partnership. Rising to the challenge, Protech Roofing and Sarnafil Plus delivered an exemplary solution, which allowed the market... ›››
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Trojan Group’s fenestration hardware is ahead of the game

Document Q, the latest addition to building regulations that covers security, came into force on 1 October 2015 and left many hardware products non-compliant. But Trojan’s core product range already met the requirements... ›››
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landmark west London office building is transformed

Following its successful interior and exterior signage refit of west London office building Vantage London, announced in late 2016, Signbox headed west along the M4 and has delivered again, this time for The Mille. This now newly... ›››
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Thermally-modified American ash to create new coastal attraction

The ‘Bostanlı Footbridge’ and ‘Bostanlı Sunset Lounge’ have been designed by Studio Evren Başbuğ Architects as part of the ‘Karşıkıyı’ concept created for the ‘İzmirSea’ coastal regeneration project. These two... ›››
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Prater appointed for iconic London redevelopment
Airedale International wins at RICS Awards thanks to innovative approach to using BIM
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ISG delivers £55 million Bristol Business School
Robertson peaks with UK’s tallest Lightweight Steel Frame project
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