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VMZINC answers lead theft on war memorial

Traditional VMZINC batten cap roofing has provided the perfect finish for Basingstoke’s War Memorial bandstand. At least ten council-owned buildings have been the subject of repeated lead theft over the past five years or so, the bandstand having been targeted... View Article

History reveals itself in Russell Square House remodelling

It started life in the 1940s as accommodation for brave servicemen returning from the Second World War. But when Russell Square House in London’s Bloomsbury was remodelled in a £9 million speculative development to combine commercial and retail space, it... View Article

Charcon supplies the magic at Hampton Court Play Garden

Charcon, the commercial hard landscaping division of Aggregate Industries, has successfully completed the supply of StoneMaster block and flag paving to Hampton Court Palace’s new Magic Garden. The project, which was opened by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, has been... View Article

Partial completion for The Word

South Tyneside Council and development partner, Muse Developments Ltd, have taken possession of The Word, the National Centre for the Written Word, from contractors, Bowmer & Kirkland, as the first phase of the ambitious £100m 365 Regeneration of South Shields... View Article

CMS set to make waves with new Brodick Harbour contract

Window, door and curtain walling designer, manufacturer and installer, CMS Window Systems, has secured the contract to provide glazing solutions for the redevelopment of the ferry terminal at Brodick Harbour on the Isle of Arran. CMS’s contract comprises the fabrication... View Article

SHL project named public library of the year

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects-designed library in Denmark has been named Public Library of the Year by the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Dokk1, located in the harbour of the second biggest Danish city Aarhus, beat projects from USA and Australia. Completed in... View Article

Olympians to train at Leeds sports complex

A refurbished sports facility in Yorkshire is attracting some of Britain’s top athletes. University of Leeds is updating its Sports Park Weetwood Pavilion to include a 1.6km tarmac cycle track which will become British Triathlon’s training base, attracting the likes of the medal-winning... View Article

Wind farm plans altered following local feedback

Revised plans for a community backed wind farm that could positively transform the local economy have been resubmitted following a careful redesign. Hamilton based developer, Banks Renewables has taken on board comments and suggestions including feedback from East Ayrshire Council... View Article

HKS designs hotel in Texan artist mecca

Global architectural design firm HKS has recently transformed the interiors of an 1880s era hotel into a boutique hotel. The Hotel Saint George is named after the original property in Marfa, the remote West Texas town celebrated as a haven for... View Article

Leading biomedical research facility completes

One of the largest research facilities in Europe has been completed in London. The 980,000 ft² Francis Crick Institute will house 1,250 scientists who will be analysing the biology of human health and diseases in order to improve people’s lives. Designed... View Article

Heradesign helps create a cultural icon

Global advertising and marketing agencies, Ogilvy & Mather UK and MEC, have moved their creative businesses to the iconic Sea Containers on the South Bank. Collaborative working is at the heart of this ambitious project. BDG Architecture + design in... View Article

Business success means expansion for Reynaers

Leading aluminium systems company Reynaers has outgrown its existing office and warehouse facilities in Birmingham, thanks to significant growth over recent years. The new headquarters is a major investment of £6 million for Reynaers, and proves the ongoing commitment the... View Article

Less than a year until Futur Terminal 1 is in business!

Started towards the end of 2014, the Lyon Airport Futur Terminal 1 construction site is making progress according to schedule. The services to be offered to its passengers at the new terminal have been defined. Lyon Airport therefore presents the... View Article

ReardonSmith achieves three planning consents for London hotels

ReardonSmith Architects received planning consent for three London hotels. Planning permission was obtained to transform One Sloane Gardens, a 19th Century residential property within London’s Sloane Square Conservation Area, into a luxurious 30-bedroom hotel. Created for Cadogan Estates in partnership... View Article
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