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Healthy results for Southmead

Southmead Hospital in Bristol has demonstrated its energy efficiency credentials, through a programme of air tightness testing conducted by BM TRADA. The £425 million Southmead Hospital project is one of the largest privately funded construction projects in the UK. Built... View Article

Endless Stair becomes Scale Infinite

Endless Stair, an intriguing structure of Escher-like interlocking staircases made from American tulipwood cross-laminated timber (CLT) has been reconfigured and is a feature at Interni Magazine’s ‘Feeding New Ideas for the City’ exhibition at the Università degli Studi in Milan.... View Article

ISG Takes £5.5 Million NE Fire Authority Scheme

ISG has been awarded its latest blue light project, taking a £5.5 million scheme to construct a state-of-the-art training centre for County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service. This win builds upon ISG’s success converting blue light projects in... View Article

Sales success for CALA at Albert Dock

CALA Homes has experienced phenomenal success at Albert Dock in Leith, amounting to more than £3.9 million worth of sales since the development launched at the end of February. The launch of two townhouse showhomes earlier this month saw more... View Article

Winners Announced at the Celebrating Construction Awards

More than 600 hundred leaders and innovators from across the construction sector gathered at the ICC, Birmingham, to celebrate the very best industry projects at the Built Environment Hub’s, Celebrating Construction Awards. This prestigious annual awards ceremony recognises the West... View Article

Eurostadium design submitted in UEFA bid

On April 23, the Belgian Football Association, together with the city of Brussels and the Brussels Capital Region, delivered their candidacy for the Euro2020 football championship. The submitted design for the Eurostadium was made by Arup in collaboration with KCAP... View Article

Ebbsfleet Garden City: reinventing a good idea

Many may have wondered how the Chancellor managed to magically pull a new Garden City and 15,000 proposed new properties out of his top hat as part of the budget. The need for new homes and especially thousands of affordable new... View Article

Hilton wins at Waterloo

The world famous hotel chain brings one of its growing brands to London for the first time with a distinctive and handsome building, writes Ray Philpott Any brand new hotel building in London naturally tends to attract a lot of... View Article

Top marks for project to give old school new life

Jess Unwin reports on the renovation and refurbishment of a classic example of so-called 1960s brutalism architecture as classrooms are converted into loft-style apartments in the London borough of Lambeth In many ways the Baylis Old School development is a... View Article

Liverpool goes online to regenerate city centre

Campaigners have succeeded in their first step to turn a derelict flyover in Liverpool into an urban sky park. Over £40,000 has been raised through Spacehive, the world’s first civic crowdfunding website. Pledges made through the portal are philanthropic on... View Article

Architects announced for Birmingham Conservatoire

The award-winning architect Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCB) has been appointed as the designers of Birmingham City University’s new Birmingham Conservatoire building. FCB Studios will now work alongside the University to develop the plans for the new £40 million pound... View Article
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