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A caring collaboration

An innovative healthcare project in Hull was driven by a desire to integrate health and social care options for the elderly beyond the city to the wider UK. Roseanne Field reports According to 2017 data there were approximately 11.8 million... View Article

Crossrail – Mayor’s response most unsatisfactory

The Mayor has finally responded to a London Assembly Transport Committee letter requesting information about who knew what, when, regarding the Crossrail delay. The Committee identified grave discrepancies in evidence – which led Members to conclude they were misled. In his response to the... View Article

Playing with geometry

A new hotel in the south east Asian casino hotspot of Macau is a rare hospitality sector project for Zaha Hadid Architects, but a typically groundbreaking technical achievement for the practice. James Parker spoke to architect Viviana Muscettola about creating... View Article

2018 Brick Award Winners

Last night saw the crowning of the 2018 Brick Awards winners, a ceremony that for 42 years has celebrated the best use of brick in the built environment. Projects of the highest calibre are routinely entered by architects and contractors... View Article

BS 8612 – A better future for all?

Keith Plummer of ubbink explores the impact recent standards have on dry fix roofing, discussing the benefits that they have brought to projects. British Standards launched BS 8612: Dry-Fixed Ridge, Hip and Verge Systems in order to raise and control... View Article

AICO UNVEILS NEW EXHIBITION STAND FOR 2019

  Aico – the market leader in domestic Fire and Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarms – has revealed its new exhibition stand for its major shows in 2019, which include FIREX, CEF Live and ELEX.  A new modern style has been adopted, making for a light, open, accessible stand design. The new Aico stand features a central hub... View Article

A force for good in roofing

As part of an initiative to attract former service personnel into the construction industry, Coleg Cambria, Deeside, North East Wales; is hosting a Forces in Construction Insight Day on October 10th. Organised by the CITB, Kier, the MoD’s Career Transition... View Article

SterlingOSB converts campervan into a cosy home-from-home

Norbord‘s engineered wood panel, SterlingOSB, is a fashionable feature in many bars, restaurants and retail outlets due to the earthy, natural look which is en vogue today. Now the FSC-certified board has made it to the uber-trendy campervan world. Anthony Smart, a... View Article

Royal visit marks manufacturing success at Norbord

Norbord, leader in engineered wood panel manufacture, welcomed His Royal Highness, The Duke of York KG to the Inverness factory to commemorate one year of production on its new manufacturing line. The Royal visit marked one year since the first... View Article

Aspex wins contract for Cambridge office accommodation

Aspex, one of the UK’s leading architectural ironmongery and doorset companies, has recently secured a contract to supply its Novista system to 50/60 Station Road in Cambridge City Centre. Aspex will be supplying its Novista Riser Steel System and Novista... View Article
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