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61 London buildings awarded for architectural excellence

4 housing schemes, 8 schools, a city farm (Waterloo Community Farm) and refurbished public house (The Sekforde) are among the 61 buildings to receive RIBA London Awards 2018 from the Royal Institute of British Architects. RIBA London Award-winning buildings set the standard... View Article

Double partnerships awards win for Hub South East

Hub South East, Development Partner to public sector bodies in Edinburgh, the Lothians and Borders, achieved double success at the prestigious Partnerships Awards 2018, scooping Gold in the much coveted Sponsor/Developer of the Year category, and Silver for the West... View Article

CPMG Architects scoops two RICS Design Awards for major projects

CPMG Architects has scooped two prestigious Design Through Innovation Awards at the regional RICS Awards. The design teams behind the Aerospace Integration Research Centre (AIRC) at Cranfield University and the STEMLab at Loughborough University have been recognised for delivering exceptional building... View Article

New president calls on CIBSE to adapt to change

Stephen Lisk, incoming President, has made a resounding call for CIBSE to accelerate its evolution in response to a rapidly changing world. Lisk’s Presidential address focussed on the pace of change within the natural world as well as the construction... View Article

Warning for home owners over summer improvements

Home owners thinking of improving their properties over the summer have been warned to check credentials after it was revealed up to half the UK’s building contractors may be underinsured. Experts at claim that around half of all UK contracting firms,... View Article

New board appointed at leading Yorkshire architectural practice

Renowned Yorkshire-based chartered architects practice Race Cottam Associates is restructuring its senior management team as part of its long-term development and expansion plans. The new leadership at Race Cottam, which specialises in the health, schools, university, energy and waste sectors,... View Article

Construction activity faltered in weather-affected Q1

Weather disruption and the demise of Carillion resulted in a mixed performance for the UK construction supply chain in the first quarter of 2018 according to the Construction Products Association’s Construction Trade Survey for 2018 Q1. The latest research found... View Article
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