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A-class office for Telecoms HQ opens in Warsaw

Warsaw’s new office complex for Miasteczko Grupy Orange, Poland’s largest telecommunications company, was officially opened. Arup worked with architect Stanisław Fiszer on the development of the eight-storey, 44,000m² complex which includes two underground car parks. The A-class commercial building, which... View Article

Below ground waterproofing for new build farmhouse

Landmarks (UK) Ltd, a Yorkshire based developer, has used Triton waterproofing systems in the construction of a traditional two storey farmhouse. The property sits on a natural gentle slope, so the basement is fully buried to the rear with a... View Article

Work begins on the first sheltered scheme of the future

Farrow Court is going to revolutionise the way that provision for older people is delivered. The new dementia-friendly accommodation will offer 100 high-quality living units, including learning disability units and recuperative care units for people released from hospital who need... View Article

Marley Eternit helps make Code 4 concept house a reality

Marley Eternit has supplied fibre cement Cedral Weatherboard and Rivendale slates for First-Step’s Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 Concept House on Aldersley Road, Wolverhampton. The aim of the project is simple: to create a three bedroom family home that... View Article

Willmott Dixon launches Prime Place in Greenwich

On Saturday 21 September, Willmott Dixon has opened the doors to Prime Place; offering 181 homes in a superb location within the residential quarter of a major regeneration scheme in Greenwich Village. Prime Place is Willmott Dixon’s latest flagship London... View Article

Hats off to school’s £1million refurb

A newly opened music suite and sixth form centre built at an historic county school by a leading Midlands construction firm is music to the ears of fundraisers who raised an “amazing” £1million in less than a year to pay... View Article

VMZINC – the pinnacle of handmade workmanship

VMZINC: Ornamental zinc for bespoke and standard commissions Though recognised throughout much of Western Europe for their traditional craftsmanship, VMZINC is less well known in the UK for its handmade ornamental zinc. Built on over 100 years of metal working... View Article

Planning granted for Blackhorse Lane, Walthamstow

Pollard Thomas Edwards architects (PTEa), working with client MacDonald Egan, have been granted planning for a new ‘urban quarter’ in the Blackhorse Lane Industrial area in Walthamstow. The mixed-use, residential-led regeneration will transform a declining industrial estate into a thriving... View Article

Its all under control at Oxford School

Expona Control, Polyflor’s groundbreaking new flooring concept has been specified and installed in laboratory areas at the prestigious Rye St Antony School in Oxford. School Bursar Mrs Teresa Hudson considered a range of LVT products before selecting Expona Control and... View Article

Abbey Grange goes frameless with Senior

The recent refurbishment of the ageing Abbey Grange Academy Leeds integrates subtle shades of timber cladding with Senior Architectural Systems’ SCW curtain wall and SMRFP frameless parallel push casement windows. In addition to providing uninterrupted sight lines across the elevation... View Article

Academy keeps the faith

A London academy has put its faith in Tarkett after the company expanded its range of vibrant sports flooring colours. Tarkett has extended its Omnisports collection by adding 13 new bright and engaging colours to put functional aesthetics back at... View Article
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