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CEO of BESA to judge Panasonic PRO Awards

Panasonic has announced that David Frise, CEO of Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), will be the UK judge for the Panasonic PRO Awards 2018, which celebrates excellence in the design, specification, installation and commissioning of Panasonic heating and cooling systems.... View Article

An artist’s vision is brought to life

Humanistiska Teatern, Uppsala University University campus auditorium, Sweden Architects: White Arkitekter Artist: Ann Lislegaard Unlike traditional lecture halls, the horseshoe-shaped design of this innovative and unique building allows all in the auditorium to see and hear each other, encouraging both... View Article

Vortice launches range of commercial units

Vortice has expanded its commercial offering by launching a range of heat recovery and low consumption ventilation units. The new collection of fans are ideally suited to commercial and industrial applications such as schools, offices, care homes, student accommodation, car... View Article

New board member appointed by Rhodes & Partners

A leading civil and structural engineering consultancy has announced details of a key new senior management appointment. Manchester-based Rhodes & Partners has appointed Dr Jennifer Capp PhD MEng as a director of the company, in a move which is part of a... View Article

RIBA responds to the Government’s Social Housing Green Paper

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has tresponded to the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government Social Housing Green Paper. RIBA President Ben Derbyshire says, “Whilst there are some welcome proposals in the Government’s Social Housing Green Paper, I’m... View Article

Sixties housing development gets new identity from WG+P

WG+P Architects (Waind Gohil + Potter) have redeveloped an existing 1960’s housing scheme in South East London. The development is a twenty minute train ride from London Bridge Station and is aimed at first time buyers. The brief was to extend... View Article

RIBA calls for a comprehensive ban on combustible materials

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has submitted evidence to the Government’s consultation on banning the use of combustible materials in the external walls of high-rise residential buildings. After a lengthy investigation, the Institute has concluded that a ban... View Article

Constructionline partners with London Build 2018

Constructionline, the supply chain and procurement management expert, has partnered with London Build 2018, the leading construction and design show for London and the UK. The partnership will involve the biggest Constructionline Meet the Buyer event so far and the... View Article

Heathrow Airport extends Atkins’ Asset Replacement role

Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, has secured an extension to its role as programme designer for Heathrow Airport’s £1.1bn Asset Replacement programme. The extension will see SNC-Lavalin’s Atkins business advising on the replacement and repurposing of airport infrastructure... View Article

Perkins+Will makes strategic hire to its London studio

Global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will has appointed Jonathan Ross as Business Development and Marketing Director to join its London studio. Ross will utilise his experience to explore new opportunities in the UK and Europe and drive the firm’s presence... View Article

Schöck Isokorb for demanding Luxembourg passive house

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has been promoting thermal insulation and energy efficiency on a timescale way ahead of most European countries. And passive house construction techniques already constitute the minimum standard for domestic new builds. Every new home in... View Article
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