WER A+ rating for Reynaers concept system windows

Successfully achieving the new, top energy efficiency rating, Reynaers Concept System windows scored a Window Energy Rating (WER) A+ from the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC). John McComb, Director Technical Services, Reynaers Aluminium, said: “Putting our systems through the BFRC... View Article

Wood flooring solutions from Eco Flooring UK

Ethically sourced excellent quality Heritage Range reclaimed French Oak Chevron is one of Eco Flooring’s premier wood flooring solutions and ticks every box including design, practicality and affordability. With it’s beautifully elegant lines and amazing versatility no wonder Architects, property... View Article

New PassivHaus scheme in Norfolk

An award winning Norfolk social housing association has been given the go-ahead to build a new eco-friendly array of dwellings in the village of Outwell, Kings Lynn. Hastoe Housing Association, in conjunction with Norfolk based building consultancy Ingleton Wood and... View Article

City of Dreams Hotel Tower

Melco Crown Entertainment, a developer and owner of casino gaming and entertainment resort facilities in Asia, has unveiled the project details and design of the fifth hotel tower at City of Dreams, the company’s flagship property in Cotai, Macau. With... View Article

EcoTherm and building innovation solutions on top of the shops

EcoTherm products have provided a cost effective flat roof insulation solution for an eye-catching multi-storey development in North London including a new Sainsbury’s supermarket and two storeys of flexible commercial space. Over 7,000 m² of EcoTherm Taper-Bond and Eco-Fix were... View Article

The Shadow House: A story of inner city self-build

Having designed large luxurious properties for private clients and worked on complex urban social housing developments, David Liddicoat and Sophie Goldhill were keen to use their combined experience to create a small, attractive, cost effective and compact home for themselves.... View Article

Cost no longer an excuse for avoiding BIM

Universities shying away from the benefits of Business Information Modelling (BIM) are being advised to take a similar approach to Cambridge University, one of many in the UK using BIM to plan refurbishments in a cost-effective manner. The advice comes... View Article

Crossrail will come to Reading

The Government has announced today that Crossrail will extend to Reading, despite initial plans for the service to terminate at Maidenhead. Crossrail is the largest infrastructure project in Europe, and will consist of over 100km of track linking Shenfield and... View Article