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The Shepherds Bush Pavilion unveiled

The Shepherds Bush Pavilion- a Grade II listed building dating from 1923- was originally constructed as a cinema. Designed by Frank Verity, it won the RIBA London Street Architecture Award for the best London façade. Heavily damaged during World War... View Article

Buildings jobs and skills through bricks and mortar

In the past year the Building a Better Nottingham programme has seen a number of new homes completed across the city, as more than a hundred are on their way up. Since October 2013 Nottingham City Council (NCC) and Nottingham... View Article

Tengbom designs Kommendören restaurant

Tengbom’s interior design studio has designed the new Kommendören restaurant in Stockholm’s Östermalm district. The neighbourhood restaurant is inspired by the American bistro concept and will open its doors this Friday, 10 October. Kommendören, at Kommendörsgatan 7, is the most... View Article

Russells completes latest phase at Yearsley Logistics

Finished scheme adds 50,000 sq ft to Heywood superhub. An improving economy and greater customer demand for space has seen frozen food specialist Yearsley Logistics expand again. Russells Construction has completed work to bring online an additional 50,000 sq ft... View Article

Mersey gateway team strengthened

The Mersey Gateway Crossings Board has strengthened its professional team to support the construction phase of the iconic £1.86bn Mersey Gateway Bridge project. Paul Fenwick, has joined the team as Construction Director and Helen Dearden as Finance Director bringing extensive... View Article

NCS wins £1.5m contract for seafood town development

A County Durham construction firm has won a £1.5m contract to help turn a North East town into a seafood tourist destination. NCS, based in Chester le Street, will play an instrumental part in the regeneration of Amble, in Northumberland, by... View Article

IBI designed Cancer Centre reaches milestone

The construction of a brand new £12 million Cancer Centre has begun on the Queen Mary’s Hospital in Sidcup. Designed by architects IBI Group, when built the new oncology centre will provide patients with a local, convenient, high quality service... View Article

Willmott Dixon chosen for Exeter’s new Steiner Academy

Willmott Dixon has been appointed for the £7.6 million construction and refurbishment of Exeter’s new Steiner Academy. The project, on Cowley Bridge Road, will see Willmott Dixon construct a 4,707 sq. metre two-storey facility alongside delivering a full refurbishment to Thomas... View Article
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