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Fordingbridge Case Study – Watford Grammar School

The 144m² triple conic tensile fabric structure establishes a place for students to dine and socialise while also creating an architectural statement next to the school building. The canopy provides an effortless transformation from an otherwise bland landscape to an... View Article

DELABIE launches new threaded shower head filter

DELABIE has extended its range of BIOFIL terminal filters with a new single use anti-bacterial shower head which attaches directly to the shower hose. As with all the BIOFIL filters, this shower head secures the water quality at the point-of-use,... View Article

Luceco lights Ark Byron Primary Academy

Luceco and Rawfield Electrical Contractors based in Hull, have recently completed the supply and installation of over 400 energy saving LED luminaires at Ark Byron Primary Academy’s brand-new school located at The Vale, London. The Education Funding Agency (EFA) funded the... View Article

Canopies & walkways for schools

With schools at full capacity, there becomes a real need to utilise your outdoor space to its maximum potential. Our canopies allow you to expand your dining and outdoor play and learning space in a cost effective and timely manner.... View Article

New Bradite coating “will take market by storm”

British manufacturer of high quality protective coatings Bradite is set to take the specialist paint market by storm with the launch of a new multi-purpose product that is suitable for use on all surfaces. Bradite One Can, the first all-purpose... View Article

Hotel La Tour receives planning permission in Milton Keynes

Plans to bring a four-star luxury, hotel to Milton Keynes have been given the go ahead following successful planning permission and the next phase of design plans are now underway. The 250-bed hotel, located on Marlborough Gate, will include conference and... View Article

Blog: The art of colour specification

Colour can have a significant influence – not only on the aesthetic of a building but also on the wellbeing of its occupants. Here, Paul Fleming, Marketing Manager – Contractor Specifier at Dulux Trade discusses the latest trends and tools... View Article

Armstrong Ceilings offers community groups a New Beginning

Manufacturer’s #eVoNewBeginnings competition will see one community project win Armstrong ceiling tiles and grid for their community space. The use of its new Dune eVo tile on a recent, volunteer-run project has prompted Armstrong Ceiling Solutions to launch a competition via social media which... View Article

Lushan Primary School, Jiangxi, China

Lushan Primary School will be an educational institute for 120 children located 160km north-west of Nanchang, the capital of Jiangxi Province, and serve 12 local villages with a total population of about 1,800 people. Surrounded by mountains as well as... View Article

Integrated with Green: KentPlus Yalova

KentPlus YALOVA Wellness SPA Resort in Armutlu – Yalova, a region with a rough topography, mild climate and a spectacular sea view in Turkey, offers a green life for its users as a mixed use complex that combines many different functions such... View Article

Colchester construction consultancy to help save historic cinema

A multi-disciplinary construction consultancy is set to breathe life into one of Britain’s oldest surviving purpose-built cinemas after it scooped a huge £653,000 lottery grant. Colchester-based Daniel Connal Partnership will work with Ipswich-based Nicholas Jacob Architects to restore The Electric... View Article

Celebrating the Best in Scottish architecture

GEZE UK will be celebrating the best in Scottish architecture when it sponsors the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) Awards Dinner for the fourth year running. The prestigious black-tie event will take place at The Hilton Glasgow, on... View Article
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