Arup and the Bernard van Leer Foundation partner to develop the first guide of its kind to help improve the lives of young children in vulnerable urban environments

Arup and the Bernard van Leer Foundation today announce a new partnership, which will combine their design and planning expertise, with their knowledge of early childhood development, to help improve the lives of children in cities and vulnerable urban environments, such as informal settlements... View Article

Eight things to look for when buying a scaffold tower

If you are looking to buy scaffold towers for construction, you need to mind a few things like reliability, durability, and cost-effectiveness. With that said, following, we are giving you a brief guide for what to look for when buying... View Article

Seven things to look for when finding an architect

Hiring an architect can be a challenge. Employers don’t know what qualities to look for and questions to ask. Following, we are going to share a few things to look for when hiring an architect. 1.  Only Choosing Local It’s... View Article

Seven quick tips to secure a construction site

When you overtake a construction project, you will always deal with some security issues. Construction sites are difficult to manage. The unprotected construction site has a high risk of theft. It becomes even hard to protect the equipment and material... View Article

NexSys shower surface from Kaldewei

NexSys shower surface is an innovative new four-in-one complete installation ready system, consisting of a waste channel, sloping support, sealing and an enamelled shower surface enabling ultra simple and fast installation. The elegant design of the narrow waste channel, with brushed... View Article

Taking an alternative route to drainage

When building or renovating a home with no connection to mains drainage for the disposal of sewage, alternative options have to be considered. Burnham Environmental Services’ Mark Newbery explains further The UK currently has four different environmental regulators for surface... View Article

Janet Nash House – City Electrical Factors

Set within rich green landscape on the outskirts of Durham, Janet Nash House is the new European IT headquarters for global electrical business City Electrical Factors (CEF). The building combines a variety of working environments to create a rich office... View Article

Mace begins work on LSE’s Marshall Building

The latest redevelopment project at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has taken a significant step forward this week as Mace began work on the construction of the Marshall Building, the latest addition to the central London... View Article