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Wellbeing at heart of Altro’s European Health Forum

Transforming spaces to improve wellbeing within healthcare was the focus of Altro’s latest European Forum, hosted at the company’s HQ in Letchworth. The two-day event brought together healthcare industry experts with care professionals from across Europe to share best practices... View Article

Change of role for Luke at GEZE UK

The recent expansion of GEZE UK’s external sales teams has seen Luke Carroll appointed to the role of Sales Manager for Window Technology Systems. He joined the company in 2011 as a member of the technical support team, moving to... View Article

Theatreplan reinforces team with new intern

Leading theatre consultancy firm, Theatreplan, is pleased to welcome on board Chris Needle who joins the company as an intern after graduating with a BA (Hons) in Technical Theatre Arts from London’s Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Needle opted... View Article

BIM: Out of chaos we’re making digital excellence

If BIM is so simple then why is it so difficult? asks John Adams of consultant BIM Strategy. I’ve heard more than once that so-called BIM experts are deliberately making things complicated to make work for themselves – why else... View Article

BSA takes the stage at the Fire Sector Summit

The Business Sprinkler Alliance (BSA) will be chairing and participating in debates on fire sector competency and warehouse safety at the Fire Sector Summit, the leading industry conference for key decision makers and influencers in the fire sector, taking place... View Article

Leonard design expands into Australia

A leading international and AJ 100 architecture firm Leonard Design has expanded into Australia with a new base in Sydney and a number of exciting projects on the horizon. Leonard Design, which has a head-office in Nottingham and further offices... View Article

GGF annual report shows strength and stability

The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has released its Annual Report for the year ending 31st December 2016. The GGF Annual Report 2017 highlights the Federation’s outstanding financial performance in 2016 which was significantly boosted by the sale of the... View Article

AHR announces appointment of new business development manager

AHR has announced the appointment of Natasha Spooner as business development manager. She will be based at AHR’s Bristol office serving the South West, South Coast and South Wales. Natasha will work across the firm’s architecture and building consultancy practices.... View Article

PM announces extra £2bn for council housebuilding

Prime Minister Theresa May announced an additional £2bn of affordable housebuilding as part of her “mission” to solve the housing crisis, at a speech to the Conservative Party conference in Manchester. In addition to heralding a “new generation of council... View Article

A new website for a new era in composite covers

In 1980 Fibrelite launched the world’s first composite manhole cover. In 2017, as the UK prepares for a record £500 billion infrastructure spend, Fibrelite’s ultra-customisable composite covers and underground enclosures remain the industry standard. As demand for stronger, lighter and... View Article

Elite Sher joins Bryden Wood as Virtual Reality Development Lead

Elite Sher has joined Bryden Wood as Virtual Reality (VR) development lead. Prior to this she worked as an innovation programmer and designer for Microsoft. Elite is an experienced, multidisciplinary software developer, creative technologist and designer, who specialises in developing... View Article

Henning Larsen’s New York Studio opens

With over 1.5 million square feet in design and under construction throughout the US and Canada, Henning Larsen has established a new office in New York City. The practice’s aim is to set a new architectural agenda in North America... View Article

BFRC welcomes fraud prosecution

British Fenestration Ratings Council (BFRC) welcomed the news that three directors from Cheshire and Liverpool were sentenced for their fraudulent business under the trading name of “Green” that falsely offered funding grants for “A” energy rated and/or Pilkington Glass windows and doors.  The... View Article
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