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BuckleyGrayYeoman promotes three members of staff

BuckleyGrayYeoman has announced the promotion of three members of staff: Natalie Spraggon, Eva-Katharina Barile, and Victoria Cooper. After celebrating its 20th anniversary last year, the practice continues to expand, boasting a team of over 75 people, with an impressive roster... View Article

ITEAC 2018: First Programme Announcement

TED Talk style presentations, rapid fire petitions, debates, live voting, stimulations, provocations and long-table dialogues alongside critical questioning, interviews, micro sessions and trusted panel deliberations will form the framework by which this year’s International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference will receive the... View Article

University Partnership offers students architectural insight at rg+p

Multi-disciplinary architectural practice, rg+p has partnered with Nottingham Trent University to offer students a practical insight into the design of educational and learning environments. The Leicester-based firm has undertaken lectures and workshops with undergraduates from the Nottingham Institute of Education... View Article

New water label website launches in world water week

The European Bathroom Forum, which is driving forward plans for a single standard for water labelling across the EU unveiled its new website this week (, coinciding with World Water Day on March 23rd. Bathroom manufacturers across Europe are aiding... View Article

High rise has had its day

Almost since they first started to loom over our city centres, there have been dissenting voices against high rise tower blocks. This despite the argument they represented the future of urban living and solved the housing crisis of the sixties.... View Article

BSRIA sponsored MEP & POD Technology Award at Offsite Construction Awards

BSRIA is delighted to have sponsored the best use of MEP (mechanical electrical plumbing) and POD Technology Award at the recent Offsite Construction Awards which celebrate the best in precision building design and delivery. The winners were: SES Engineering Services (SES) for the Quadram Institute in Norwich. The ceremony... View Article

Blog: Through the looking glass

Open-plan office environments are good for staff morale, can increase productivity and make good use of smaller spaces. But how can practical concerns over privacy and acoustics be overcome? Simon Boocock, Managing Director of C. R Laurence of Europe, looks... View Article
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