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Giant leisure group extends the use of CHP

Whitbread PLC is the UK’s largest hotel and restaurant group operating market-leading businesses in budget hotels, restaurants and coffee shops. Its brands are Premier Inn, Costa, Beefeater, Brewers Fayre, Table Table and Taybarns. It employs over 40,000 people globally and... View Article

Music architecture Poole exhibition at lighthouse

For the fourth successive year, students from the BA (Hons) Architecture course at the Arts University Bournemouth will be hosting an exhibition of their work in Lighthouse, Poole, Dorset from Friday 5 December 2014 – Saturday 17th January 2015. Informed... View Article

East Thames helps local residents construct a career

12 young people from east London celebrated the successful completion of a construction course at a graduation ceremony last week. The eight week Construct your Career programme, run by the Building Crafts College along with employment support from the East... View Article

Getting the building blocks in place

Focus on sustainability and the environment has never been more important, no matter what industry you are in. But, with research stating that the construction and demolition sector is the largest contributor to waste in the UK, according to the... View Article

“The Wish list” goes to Barcelona

The “wishes” of famous designers and architects that were on show in the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) for the London Design Festival (LDF) from 13th September to 24th October are coming to Barcelona. The “Wish List” is a remarkable... View Article

UK – A nation of empty nesters

September typically spells the beginning of a new chapter for a rapidly increasing number of people, as students make the move to their University of choice. Whilst the majority of Brits are aware of the feeling of homesickness that students... View Article

Microbuild: Designing the house of the future

A new report by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has revealed the average new build is a mere 947sq ft* meaning the UK has the smallest new homes in Weston Europe. The average three-bed new build is 86sq... View Article

Construction pipeline in the North could increase fivefold

A report released 27th November reveals that the construction pipeline in the North of England could increase fivefold if major transport infrastructure projects are given the go ahead in next week’s Autumn Statement. Barbour ABI, which is a chosen provider... View Article

World Plumbing Council unveils research database

The World Plumbing Council (WPC), an international organisation dedicated to developing and promoting the image and standards of the plumbing Industry worldwide, is proud to announce the availability of a research database on its website. The purpose of the WPC... View Article

ISG secures third Catapult scheme

ISG has commenced work on its third Catapult scheme – a £3.5 million technology and innovation centre in London focusing on integrated solutions for the world’s fast-growing cities. The Future Cities Catapult project in Farringdon is the latest centre of... View Article

Bouygues Construction rewards its most innovative suppliers

On the occasion of the second convention for suppliers held at Bouygues Construction’s head office, Challenger, which was attended by approximately 500 people including more than 320 suppliers, Bouygues Construction Purchasing, the Group’s Purchasing network, presented trophies to reward the... View Article

Excelsior’s top achievers on The Rise

High flying students from the west end of Newcastle had the chance to see what all of their hard work could achieve through a visit to a new housing scheme. The aim of the trip – by young people from... View Article
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