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Seymour wins over judges and local communities

Seymour Civil Engineering is building upon the foundations of a fantastic year for the company with further recognition for a number of its community-based projects. A renovation project for the sea defenses in Hartlepool, known as the Town Wall, has won... View Article

New Nittan website provides valuable, easy to access information

Nittan Europe, a leading manufacturer of conventional and addressable fire detection products, has launched a new responsive website providing customers with detailed product information along with an array of support tools and information. has been completely redesigned, with a... View Article

New social housing brochure released by Envirovent

Now there is an even easier way to find out about the latest ventilation solutions for the social housing sector, as EnviroVent, one of the leading UK manufacturers of ventilation solutions to local authorities and housing associations, has launched a... View Article

H+H adds module to its popular online academy

H+H, one of the largest UK manufacturer of aircrete blocks, has launch a third module onto its already popular online training academy. New to the academy, ‘Benefits of Aircrete for Separating Walls’ joins ‘What is Aircrete’ and ‘How Aircrete is... View Article

BSRIA launches workplaces of the future publication

BSRIA is delighted to have launched its Workplaces of the Future publication which was written by workplace student: Ashleigh Bunker. This insightful report contemplates the office needs and desires from the perspective of the youth of today aka millennials and... View Article

New £1m co-working space Alpha Works opens its doors

Alpha Works, a first-of-its-kind co-working space in the heart of Birmingham City Centre, has announced its official opening with seven companies already calling it home and more than 100 employees moving into the state-of-the-art facility. The £1 million development, delivered... View Article

Milestone for £350 million housing project

An ambitious, £350 million programme, designed to transform the quality and choice of housing in the North East, has reached another milestone with the completion of the show homes on its fourth development. And senior representatives from the Gateshead Regeneration... View Article

CIOB builds the case for construction ahead of General Election

In order to improve policy making and provide a better understanding of the construction industry’s contribution to society, the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has outlined five interlinked policy proposals for prospective parliamentary candidates and the next Government to consider... View Article

WSP unveils new brand and UK structure

Global professional services consultancy WSP has changed its name from WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff and introduced a new brand and logo that marks its growth and transformation. The new brand celebrates the culture built on the coming together of over... View Article

New figures show fall in construction output

Commenting on the new construction output figures published by the ONS today which show a 0.7 per cent fall in output in March, Michael Thirkettle, Chief Executive of leading interdisciplinary international construction and property consultancy McBains Cooper, said: “After a... View Article

Construction firms ‘missing out on tax relief’

With a wave of innovation sweeping the industry, construction firms could be missing out on tax relief, according to the UK’s leading R&D tax credit experts Jumpstart. It says that many firms are unaware that they may be eligible for... View Article
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