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One final hurdle for Belfast landmark stadium

Steve Menary reports on plans for Northern Ireland’s newest venue, the Ulster GAA Stadium, designed by Populous. With the troubles now hopefully consigned to Northern Irish history, a new political consensus has emerged that is aiming to heal wounds scarred... View Article

Something old and something new

The new University of Cumbria is not lacking in character and history – and architects are helping it get the message across, as James Pringle reports. The University of Cumbria may be a newcomer to British higher education, but it... View Article

Supplying 21st century doors to a 21st century hospital

Bristol’s new £430million Southmead Hospital opened its doors to the public in May 2014 offering state-of-the-art facilities and care in bright and uplifting surroundings. In collaboration with construction firm Carillion and architects BDP, Leaderflush Shapland Laidlaw supplied and installed over... View Article

Award-winning ECO build outperforms expectations

A landmark Gainsborough housing project has taken top spot at this year’s Lincolnshire Energy Awards, as its energy performance beats all predictions. Winner of this year’s Construction Project of the Year at June’s Lincolnshire Energy Saving Awards, the Cross Street... View Article

Work on new Health Sciences UTC to start

Work on a new University Technical College (UTC) aimed at giving young people the necessary skills for a career in healthcare and health science professions is due to start later this month. The Health Futures UTC is being sponsored by... View Article

ICC Hong Kong Wins Inaugural CTBUH Performance Award

The International Commerce Centre (ICC), a 484-meter office tower in Hong Kong, has won the inaugural Performance Award from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). The CTBUH Performance Award was established to help the tall-building industry reverse... View Article

ISG Wins £6.7 Million Hertfordshire Care Home

ISG has been awarded a £6.7 million project to construct a new 75-bed care home for Quantum Care in Letchworth; the company’s fifth scheme for the not-for-profit residential care provider, which includes a £4.7 million development the contractor is currently... View Article

£18m Brighton Hippodrome restoration plans approved

Alaska Development Consultants, acting on behalf of Kuig and advised by Indigo Planning, has been given the go ahead by Brighton & Hove City Council for the restoration of the Brighton Hippodrome. Its proposals will bring the Grade II* listed,... View Article

Architects showcase striking designs for Heathrow City

Three leading firms of architects have released designs for the redevelopment of Heathrow Airport into a new town that could potentially support 90,000 new jobs, provide homes for up to 190,000 people and add £7.5 billion to the UK economy. The designs... View Article

GEZE turns heads at the Nadler Soho Hotel

What must be one of the most striking façades in the City of Westminster has been created for a boutique hotel in Soho by positioning a bespoke piece of modern art above a stylish revolving door from GEZE UK. The... View Article

Jeckells commissioned for WWII dome

Jeckells the Sailmakers have recently been commissioned by the North Norfolk Historic Buildings Trust to make acoustic insulation for the Langham Dome, one of six domes used in the Second World War to train anti-aircraft gunners that still exist today.... View Article

New facilities for Omagh’s life-saving firefighters

A new £3.6 million community fire station, training facility and headquarters for Omagh’s firefighters has become fully operational, providing improved safety for the people of Omagh and the surrounding district. The station was designed by HLM taking inspiration and lessons... View Article
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