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UK construction sector recovery loses momentum in June

June data revealed weaker growth momentum across the UK construction sector, with business activity, new work and employment all expanding at slower rates than in May. Survey respondents commented on signs of renewed risk aversion among clients, reflecting concerns about the economic outlook... View Article

Mouchel rebrands to WSP

The name change marks the successful integration of Mouchel with WSP following last year’s acquisition. WSP had previously announced its own name change, rebrand and organisational restructure in the UK in May. Since January all WSP and Mouchel employees have been working... View Article

Innovation – a shared responsibility

There is no doubting the fact that we are living in a global economy and that we are all going through an intense period of change. For many of us, our focus is on our immediate vicinity and surroundings and... View Article

The Cambridge To Oxford Connection: Ideas competition launches

Open call for ideas to creatively link new infrastructure with sustainable placemaking in the UK’s leading growth corridor – deadline 14:00 BST 3 August 2017 The National Infrastructure Commission and Malcolm Reading Consultants today launched an ideas competition that calls for... View Article

Chris Choa appointed as new chairman of ULI UK

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) has announced that AECOM Director of Cities and Urban Development Christopher Choa will become the new chairman of ULI UK. Choa will begin his term on 1st July 2017 and will serve on a voluntary basis for... View Article

AECOM Appoints Jason Pearson as Director of Healthcare Architecture

Formerly with international design practice PM Devereux, Jason has over 10 years’ experience delivering high quality, innovative, clinical environments across a range of sectors including acute healthcare, mental health healthcare and laboratory settings. His experience includes complex new build and... View Article

‘Super sustainable’ modular home launched in UK

An energy efficient factory-made home that can be erected in a day has been released to the UK market by Nordic developer Kodasema. The 25 m² pop-up structure, dubbed Koda house, is marketed as a temporary housing solution, but can also... View Article
Grenfell Tower

RIBA statement on Design for Fire Safety

Starting in the early hours of 14 June 2017 a devastating fire at Grenfell Tower in Kensington, London caused a significant number of fatalities. This document supplements statements made by the RIBA in the immediate aftermath of the tragedy and... View Article

WSP to become carbon neutral by 2025

WSP has set a target for its entire UK business to become carbon neutral by 2025. The announcement forms part of the company’s 2016 Annual Sustainability Report, published today and available to read here. In the report WSP sets out a... View Article
Heathrow Airport Expansion – Credit: Heathrow Airport

Benoy: a place where talent succeeds

Benoy, the international award-winning firm of Architects, Masterplanners, Interior and Graphic Designers is delighted to announce multiple promotions within the company. Signalling Benoy’s continued success, the 37 promotions are across the global studios, including the recently formed London Campus as well as the... View Article
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