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Work on JLR Penn Road showroom making good progress

Work is progressing well on Wolverhampton city centre’s new Jaguar Land Rover showroom. The steel framework for the £14 million development on Penn Road – close to Ring Road St Mark’s – is set to start going up in January.... View Article

Heckmondwike launches new CPD seminar

Heckmondwike, one of the UK’s leading fibre bonded carpet and carpet tile manufacturers, has launched a new RIBA approved Continual Professional Development (CPD) seminar for specifiers, architects and installers. The CPD seminar, ‘what to consider when specifying fibre bonded carpets’,... View Article

RABScreen showcases new fitting system

RABScreen, the external air intake screen company, is making its debut at the HVAC & Refrigeration show, Excel, 23 – 25 January 2018, Stand C6, and will be majoring on its latest easy-to-fit designs. Adding to a range of mounting options for... View Article

Service Team Growth for GEZE UK

GEZE UK has expanded its service division and created six supervisor positions to work across its regional offices and oversee continued quality and improvement alongside an increasing market share of the UK’s service industry. The field operations supervisors’ key role... View Article

No more Class 0 & 1 spread of flame. Think integrity!

Due to recent fires in high rise buildings, finally, we are getting enough attention to the problems surrounding fire spread within cavity voids of cladding systems. Because of this, more and more Architects and Contractors are looking to fit suitable... View Article

Architectural Copper Awards Winners Announced

The results of the 2017 European Copper in Architecture Awards 18 have just been announced. The Maersk Tower research complex in Copenhagen, designed by C.F. Møller Architects and characterised by its grid of copper fins, was the outright winner. Two... View Article

Hackitt Review to reform Building Regs backed by FMB

The initial findings of the Hackitt Review offer a positive step forward to address a multitude of failings within the construction industry and among its regulators, according to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the FMB, said:... View Article

The city of tomorrow

Almost half of the world’s population is currently living in cities, and by 2050 the figure is expected to rise to 75%. Nobody really knows what the city of the future will be like. Movies and books throughout history have attempted to... View Article

The Sir Joseph Hotung Gallery of China and South Asia

The Sir Joseph Hotung Gallery of China and South Asia opened on 14 December after a full renovation and refurbishment (some sections of the gallery will be accessible from the 10 November 2017). The display includes a new narrative for China... View Article
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