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Norcros Adhesives strengthens technical team with new appointment

Norcros Adhesives, manufacturer of tiling adhesives, grouts and surface preparation products, has strengthened its technical department with the appointment of Sharon Barratt as technical advisor. The company’s continued investment in its technical capacity supports its push into the specification market... View Article

Tower cranes arrive on site for next phase of Paradise

Two brand new tower cranes are taking their place on the city’s skyline as the next construction phase of Paradise Birmingham swings into action. The second building at Paradise, Two Chamberlain Square, is currently having a pair of tower cranes... View Article

London Bridge gets a new lease of life from OAG

One of the capital’s oldest and best-known railway stations, handling over 50 million customers a year, London Bridge has been extensively renovated as part of a multimillion-pound collaboration between Costain, Network Rail, and architectural glazing experts OAG. Planned in three... View Article

UCLan unveils AHR-designed student social spaces

The first phase of the University of Central Lancashire’s £200m Masterplan has opened its doors to students and staff. The University’s £8.15m social spaces for students – designed by AHR – includes a brand new facility linking existing Harrington and... View Article

Practice Profile: Niven Architects

A small practice with big ideas, Niven Architects is harnessing cutting-edge working approaches such as agile and lean alongside BIM, making it a force to be reckoned with in the north east. Sébastien Reed reports Niven Architects is a collective... View Article

How architectural lighting can enhance buildings

Why incorporating architectural lighting in your building planning and design is crucial. Contemporary architecture and planning relies so heavily on the use of lighting for so many varied functions that it has become a design feature and architectural element in... View Article

Five of the UK’s best eco-buildings

Ecobuild, hailed as the world’s biggest event in the calendar for sustainable design, construction and the built environment, took place last month. At the event, developers and policy-makers debated the challenges of building more homes whilst remaining considerate towards the... View Article

PRP strengthens its board with new promotions

UK architecture firm PRP has announced a raft of senior promotions at board level to underpin the next era of leadership for the practice. Manisha Patel has been promoted to senior partner, joining Neil Griffiths, Brendan Kilpatrick, and Anne-Marie Nicholson... View Article

Door closer enhances high-rise fire safety

British designed and manufactured, Powermatic controlled, concealed door closers are gaining increasing popularity in both public and private housing sectors for use on fire doors in high-rise flats and apartments. The door closers carry the CE mark and have been... View Article

Sky’s the limit for Aspex doorsets

Aspex, one of the UK’s leading architectural ironmongery and doorset companies, has recently secured a contract to supply its doorsets to The Atlas, a dynamic living development across London’s prominent skyline. Aspex will be supplying more than 250 of its... View Article
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