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World engineering celebrated at The Structural Awards 2013

The winners of The Structural Awards 2013 were announced on 15 November, during a ceremony held at the Brewery in London. The Awards, organised each year by The Institution of Structural Engineers, celebrate the world’s most talented structural designers and... View Article

Metal Technology delivers a high performance in Stoke

Metal Technology System 4-35 Hi+ windows have been installed at Stoke’s newest school. The £22m Ormiston Horizon Academy opened its doors to over 1000 pupils this term following a two year project to replace the James Brindley Science College under... View Article

Leading architectural technology practice wins Alan King Award

A leading Architectural Technology practice, based in London, was named the winner of the Alan King Award 2013 by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists. Studio Kyson’s winning project, 5 Montpelier Terrace, is an exemplary example of a conversion. The... View Article

RHWL arts team completes ArtsEd Theatre

A new theatre for The Arts Educational Schools, London (ArtsEd), designed by RHWL Arts Team, has been completed and opened last night in the presence of President and benefactor Lord Lloyd-Webber and with a performance of one of his most... View Article

John McAslan + Partners wins Sloane Street commission

John McAslan + Partners has won a prestigious commission from Cadogan Estates to carry out an initial feasibility study and strategy that will develop a new vision for Sloane Street. Working with Space Syntax, who will support masterplanning and design... View Article

Heydar Aliyev Center, Baku, Azerbaijan

As part of the former Soviet Union, the urbanism and architecture of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan on the Western coast of the Caspian Sea, was heavily influenced by the planning of that era. Since its independence in 1991, Azerbaijan... View Article

Carl F Groupco launches CFGLock+

As part of Carl F Groupco’s growth as a leading player in the UK hardware market, the company has launched the CFGLock+. The cable restrictor, which meets CE test standards, is designed to increase safety by restricting how far windows... View Article

Bluclad is top of the class at Ordsall Primary

Marley Eternit’s Bluclad render board received top marks at Ordsall Primary School in Nottinghamshire, where it was used to create a striking finish on a new school building. The calcium silicate Bluclad render board offers superior dimensional stability, creating a... View Article

Comar complete new Tesco Superstore

Comar Architectural Aluminium Systems; with their approved fabricator Ridgway Architectural Glazing recently completed a new Tesco Superstore in London E4. Have initially been refused planning permission and then re-designed this new Tesco store has now been cited by the local... View Article

Focus SB and Dimming

When customers choose Focus SB they frequently look for dimming solutions. Focus SB supply conventional rotary dimmers in single and multi-gang configurations. Also available are our ‘Solo’ remote ‘in-line’ dimming modules that utilize push-button-dimmer switches, dolly switches and bell pushes.... View Article

Third CDL Handbook is published

Constructive Details Limited (CDL), a joint venture by the BBA and Robust Details Ltd (RDL), has launched its third handbook of masonry detail junctions developed for the Aircrete Products Association whose members include H+H UK, Hanson, Quinn Lite and Thomas... View Article

SuDS at school

The trade association Interpave has published a case study exploring how a new, award-winning school in Kidderminster takes an exemplary approach to sustainable drainage, with a SuDS scheme – incorporating concrete block permeable paving – integral to the project from... View Article
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