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Heat pumps bring salvation to high energy bills

A programme to upgrade the heating of homes in Essex is helping the Salvation Army Housing Association bring affordable warmth to residents whilst also reducing the carbon footprint of its housing stock. Salvation Army Housing Association (Saha) owns and manages... View Article

Collaboration – the key to cost efficiency

Creative freedom. It’s a dream often shackled by budgetary constraints. Imagine a solution, one that could satisfy an element of your project while freeing up your client’s budget for creative exploration elsewhere. Now imagine a Collinson-built leisure facility, enter the... View Article

Nothing to be a-frayed of!

Heckmondwike FB, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of fibre bonded carpet, has reported an increase in demand for its renowned heavy duty Supacord range for use in educational environments. The company attributes this rise to schools seeking carpet with... View Article

Last call to develop construction skills in Vienna

The application deadline is looming for an industry-leading sustainable construction and engineering programme, being held in Vienna this summer. A record number of applications have been received for this year’s interdisciplinary summer university Green.Building.Solutions. (GBS) which takes place from 22... View Article

Sarnafil Plus has market roof covered

The roof refurbishment of Kirkgate Market in Leeds is a story of problem solving and partnership. Rising to the challenge, Protech Roofing and Sarnafil Plus delivered an exemplary solution, which allowed the market to remain open throughout. Europe’s largest covered... View Article

Helping create the future of learning

GEZE UK is giving students a super welcome at one of Europe’s newest super colleges – the £228 million City of Glasgow College in the heart of Glasgow. The technical and professional skills college, which has been created on two... View Article

Offsite construction puts school on fast-track to success

The Kingspan TEK Building System of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) have been used to create the building envelope of a contemporary, energy efficient sports hall and classroom block at Swavesey Village College, South Cambridgeshire. The new buildings, which form part... View Article

Carrowbreck wins big at regional architecture awards

Carrowbreck Meadow, a 14 dwelling Passivhaus development in Hellesdon, Norwich, enjoyed a successful evening at the RIBA East Awards 2017 last Thursday . The scheme faced tough competition from across the region, but after a rigorous judging process was presented... View Article

Green light given to brick PRS scheme in Hornchurch

PCKO, an AHR company, has received planning approval for a private rental scheme on the site of the former Nalgo Club in Hornchurch, London. Mercury Land Holdings, a company wholly owned by LB Havering, has commissioned the development which will... View Article

CCL Wetrooms launch the new Frameless Grill for Wetroom Floors

Sleek new grill complements all bathroom brassware finishes and sanitary ware designs. CCL Wetrooms, the UK’s leading Wetroom Specialist have launched the latest development in Wetroom drainage – the new Frameless Grill – incorporating the minimalistic beauty of a Stone-Infill... View Article

100% Design appoints Max Fraser as Content Editor

100% Design today, 22 May, announces the appointment of leading design journalist Max Fraser as the show’s Content Editor. The UK’s largest trade show for architects and designers returns for its 23rd edition to Olympia London from 20-23 September. Fraser... View Article
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