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GGF annual report shows strength and stability

The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has released its Annual Report for the year ending 31st December 2016. The GGF Annual Report 2017 highlights the Federation’s outstanding financial performance in 2016 which was significantly boosted by the sale of the... View Article

AHR announces appointment of new business development manager

AHR has announced the appointment of Natasha Spooner as business development manager. She will be based at AHR’s Bristol office serving the South West, South Coast and South Wales. Natasha will work across the firm’s architecture and building consultancy practices.... View Article

PM announces extra £2bn for council housebuilding

Prime Minister Theresa May announced an additional £2bn of affordable housebuilding as part of her “mission” to solve the housing crisis, at a speech to the Conservative Party conference in Manchester. In addition to heralding a “new generation of council... View Article

A new website for a new era in composite covers

In 1980 Fibrelite launched the world’s first composite manhole cover. In 2017, as the UK prepares for a record £500 billion infrastructure spend, Fibrelite’s ultra-customisable composite covers and underground enclosures remain the industry standard. As demand for stronger, lighter and... View Article

Elite Sher joins Bryden Wood as Virtual Reality Development Lead

Elite Sher has joined Bryden Wood as Virtual Reality (VR) development lead. Prior to this she worked as an innovation programmer and designer for Microsoft. Elite is an experienced, multidisciplinary software developer, creative technologist and designer, who specialises in developing... View Article

Henning Larsen’s New York Studio opens

With over 1.5 million square feet in design and under construction throughout the US and Canada, Henning Larsen has established a new office in New York City. The practice’s aim is to set a new architectural agenda in North America... View Article

BFRC welcomes fraud prosecution

British Fenestration Ratings Council (BFRC) welcomed the news that three directors from Cheshire and Liverpool were sentenced for their fraudulent business under the trading name of “Green” that falsely offered funding grants for “A” energy rated and/or Pilkington Glass windows and doors.  The... View Article

Best Office : AJ Retrofit Award

The David Attenborough Building has won the Architects’ Journal Retrofit Award: Best Office (2,000m2 – 10,000m2) in 2017. This award relates to the workspace within the building for the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI) – a unique collaboration between the University of Cambridge and leading internationally-focused... View Article

Ryder Architecture acquires Devereux

We are delighted to announce PM Devereux is joining Ryder Architecture with effect from 1 October 2017. Devereux Architects was acquired by PM Group, the international project delivery specialists, in 2007 and have been collaborating with Ryder over the past 12 months. ... View Article

RIBA Honorary Fellowships 2018 announced

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has today (Thursday 28 September) announced the 2018 RIBA Honorary Fellowships, which will be awarded to  individuals from a diverse spectrum of backgrounds, including journalism, local government, art, architectural history and design. RIBA... View Article

RIBA International Fellows 2018 unveiled

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) today (Thursday 28 September) announced the 2018 RIBA International Fellowships which will be awarded to 10 non-UK architects. The RIBA’s 2018 International Fellowships will be awarded to: Farrokh Derakhshani – AGA KHAN Award for... View Article

“JDSR” X Citroen

JDS Architects (Brussels) and Diller Scofidio + Renfro (New York) have announced their selection to head a multi-disciplinary team to design the Citroën Cultural Centre project in Brussels. The new €125m facility in the refurbished historic Citroën building in central... View Article

Garden City by Anna Yudina

A book about the benefits and necessity of integrating nature in the built environment has been published by Thames & Hudson. Featuring 70 projects from around the world, ‘Garden City’ by Anna Yudina looks at the increasingly inventive ways in... View Article

Pellings re-appointed to four Fusion21 framework lots

Pellings, the integrated design, property and construction consultancy has been appointed to Fusion21’s national consultants’ framework, worth up to £90 million over a four-year period. The framework is split into 10 lots and covers a range of construction related consultancy services. Pellings... View Article

Collaboration key to Bracknell Town Centre delivery

Due to the scale and complexity of the redevelopment of Bracknell Town Centre, coupled with a short timeframe in which to deliver, it was crucial to appoint an experienced specialist contractor with an established supply chain. Prater began work on... View Article
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