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glh. launches free one-click Wi-Fi for hotel guests

glh., the London-based global hotel subsidiary of the Singapore-listed GuocoLeisure Group, has teamed up with BT Wi-fi to launch its fast, free unlimited and one click to connect Wi-Fi service for all guests and visitors across glh. properties. Demand for... View Article

Driving Best Practise in Construction

Following the highly successful launch of The Built Environment Hub for the West Midlands in June 2013, on 4th February over 100 developers, contractors, architects and engineers from across the Midlands gathered at Nottingham Council House to take part in... View Article

Trent Valley promotes the benefits of Assure

Nottinghamshire-based installer and Network VEKA member, Trent Valley Window & Door Company Ltd joined the Assure Competent Person Scheme last year, and as Group Managing Director, Gary McCartan explains, has found that Assure offers many benefits above and beyond other... View Article

North-West facing a renewed war for talent

The recovering economy in the North-West is driving businesses and organisations towards a war for talent in the coming year. Research analysis by the Manchester Society of Architects and Steelcase Solutions, workplace and office interiors experts, has revealed that quality... View Article

BIM is key to future of QS profession

Building Information Modelling (BIM) can help quantity surveyors to speed up the estimating process by supporting the use of the New Rules of Measurement, says new RICS research. BIM’s ability to automate measurement and speed up the traditional estimating process... View Article

Architects and roofing contractors – go collaborative!

A leading roofing contractor based in East Kent – A.E.M.S. Limited – is extolling the virtues of working in close collaboration with architects and project managers to deliver high quality, consistent and cost-effective results, as well as the benefits of... View Article

schmidt hammer lassen architects adjusts organisation

Danish schmidt hammer lassen architects is adjusting its organisation and is downscaling its London office. The studio will, however, maintain its UK activities. “Our organisation has to follow the flow of incoming assignments and therefore we have had to adjust... View Article

Keppie completes plaza cafe in Helix Park

Leading UK-based architectural practice Keppie Design has completed and handed over the plaza café building as part of the Helix Park project on behalf of Falkirk Community Trust. The 110 sq m building provides facilities including an office for park... View Article

Getting to grips with door hardware

The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) has introduced an innovative new development in its respected education portfolio: the Foundation Module in Hardware. The new module – with online learning and examination so it can be completed at any pace –... View Article

Mindscapes for design

What do technology and poetry have in common? How does innovative design reach the public? How do companies manage to renew and reinvent themselves again and again? Where is editorial design headed in digital times? These and other questions will... View Article

New hard landscape gallery launched

The trade association Interpave has launched a new, on-line project gallery highlighting the transformative power of good hard landscape design incorporating modern precast concrete paving, as well as the importance of considered detailing and execution. The new Interpave Project Gallery... View Article
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