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International architects appoint new Director

Award-winning architects Stephen George & Partners, who have a specialism in the industrial, logistics and distribution sectors and office locations across the UK and overseas, have appointed Richard Smyth as Director in Solihull as part of plans to grow the... View Article

Hauraton surface drainage projects website

A CASE STUDIES website, has been activated by Hauraton Limited a leading provider of surface water drainage systems in the UK. Utilising the latest software, the new website can to be viewed on all digital devices using responsive technology... View Article

LDA Design shortlisted for UCL Olympic Park campus

Independent design, environment and sustainability consultancy, LDA Design, has been shortlisted to masterplan a new 125,000 sq m campus for University College London (UCL) on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, in London. Named ‘UCL East’, it will be a second... View Article

First BREEAM Outstanding for high-rise office building in China

No. 1 Shanghai, a 180m tall, 34 storey commercial tower created by state developer the Shanghai International Shipping Service Centre (SISSC) has achieved an Outstanding design rating under BREEAM, the world’s foremost sustainability standard for buildings. The building will act... View Article

New Comar website is mobile, social media and BIM ready

The latest launch from Comar, the leading British architectural aluminium system company, is their BIM ready website. The new Comar website delivers information to supply chain partners as fast as possible by reducing clicks, this is achieved by making navigation... View Article

Design Council Chief to be honoured at University Ceremony

John Mathers, CEO of the Design Council, will be awarded an Honorary Doctorate on Thursday 15 January, at a Birmingham City University graduation ceremony. With over thirty years’ experience in the brand and design industry, John has successfully led a... View Article

Report appraises effectiveness of government growth projects

The British Property Federation, Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners, and the All Party Urban Development Group have launched a report “Going for Growth”, which appraises the effectiveness of various government projects to stimulate growth. Current government initiatives range from Enterprise Zones... View Article

HOK completes acquisition of 360 Architecture

HOK announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Kansas City-based 360 Architecture, a 200-person firm that is a leader in the design of sports, recreation, wellness, entertainment and mixed-use facilities. The completion of this transaction provides immediate benefits... View Article

New Green Floorzone heads to Ecobuild 2015

An updated version of the award winning Green Floorzone solution will be unveiled at Flowcrete UK’s stand during this year’s Ecobuild. The environmentally friendly floor build up has been revitalised and refreshed with new systems that boast enhanced green credentials... View Article

Vent-Axia Shortlisted for Prestigious H&V News Award

Leading British ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia is proud to announce that it has been shortlisted for a prestigious Heating and Ventilation News Award 2015. The Sussex-based company has been recognised in the ‘Building Services Project of the Year’ category for the... View Article

University of Reading to open new School of Architecture

The University of Reading is pleased to announce that it will be opening a new School of Architecture in 2016. The School will enhance the University’s world-class reputation for research and teaching relating to the built environment. Recruitment for the... View Article
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