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How to specify a staircase

Unless you are a serial self-builder, building or re-modelling your own home can be one of the most challenging, stressful, time-consuming, but ultimately rewarding, projects you undertake in your entire life. At the very beginning you have a blank space,... View Article

Resin bound Seagull crest by Clearstone

A giant resin bound Seagull crest welcomes B&H Albion football fans to the Amex stadium in Brighton. Paul Barber, Chief Executive of the Albion noticed a crest (albeit on a much smaller scale) at Manchester City and liked the idea... View Article

British Woodworking Federation calls for the creation of a Building Safety Fund

Iain McIlwee, CEO of the British Woodworking Federation statement following the release of the interim Hackitt Review report: “The British Woodworking Federation, whose members manufacture approaching three million fire doors in the UK each year, welcomed Dame Judith Hackitt’s interim recommendations on the regulatory structure, however,... View Article

AI insights could help reduce injuries in construction industry

Artificial intelligence (AI) is giving researchers at the University of Waterloo new insights to help reduce wear-and-tear injuries and boost the productivity of skilled construction workers.  Studies using motion sensors and AI software have revealed expert bricklayers use previously unidentified... View Article

Gilbert-Ash completes innovative swimming pool for Freemen’s School

Award-winning UK construction, refurbishment and fit out contractor, Gilbert-Ash, has recently completed the Freemen’s School project in Ashtead, Surrey, including an engineered timber swimming pool. Replacing the school’s original pool building which was lost to fire in 2014, the project... View Article

Make the most of daylight

At Architect@Work on 24th and 25th January in London, LAMILUX will present ways to maximise daylight using beautiful and energy-efficient designs. The focus at stand 22 will include the fusion of daylight and artificial light in a passive house-certified glass... View Article

Tomato architecture: CRA designs new factory for Mutti

CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati wins international competition to design the new industrial plant of Italian food company Mutti. The project features a pavilion with walls made up of tomato-sauce glass jars and a public terrace overlooking 5,500 tons of fresh tomatoes... View Article

G F tomlinson hands over keys for advanced manufacturing building

Construction company G F Tomlinson has handed over the keys for Nottingham’s flagship Advanced Manufacturing Building to the University of Nottingham. The 9,000m2 state-of-the art building provides facilities for research to support and shape the UK’s advanced manufacturing sector, including modern... View Article

Interchange images unveiled as station works get underway

New artist’s impressions showcasing the future of City of Wolverhampton’s railway station as part of the wider Interchange area have been revealed. The images come with contractors, Galliford Try, having started early site works before Christmas to prepare for the... View Article

Hackitt Review to reform Building Regs backed by FMB

The initial findings of the Hackitt Review offer a positive step forward to address a multitude of failings within the construction industry and among its regulators, according to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the FMB, said:... View Article
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