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Benoy confirms Heathrow Airport appointment

Benoy has confirmed its appointment to the future redevelopment of London’s Heathrow Airport this week. The British design firm will join the team delivering the Commercial Masterplan for Heathrow’s ambitious expansion plans which will see it transformed into a next-generation, world-class... View Article

Revolutionary agile work space created for Network Rail

Some 900 Network Rail staff have moved in to new agile offices that will revolutionise the way they work and could help improve railway journeys throughout the country. The bespoke office fit-out by architects Weston Williamson + Partners and Overbury... View Article

Designs of luxury pop-up camping huts revealed

The designs of eight bespoke camping huts that will offer a luxury retreat to travellers in Wales have been revealed. In a project celebrating Wales’ Year of Legends 2017, seven UK architecture practices and an Australian design studio were selected to... View Article

A shining future on the Clyde – Clydebank Leisure Centre

Scotland’s dockyards may have all but vanished but a distinctive new leisure centre in Clydebank reflects the area’s heritage to ensure it won’t be lost, writes Steve Menary. Shipbuilding has been a part of Scotland’s industrial heritage on the River... View Article

Laminates create a colourful campus

Abet Laminati’s MEG exterior grade laminate has been used to colourful effect at a new Academy in Birmingham which specialises in preparing students for careers in Health & Social Care, Enterprise and Creative Technology. Designed by international design practice Scott... View Article

ISG wins £21.7 million Walsingham House office scheme

ISG has been awarded a £21.7 million scheme to modernise and extend a 1930s office building close to London’s Fenchurch Street Station. Located in a conservation area, Walsingham House lies opposite the Grade I listed St Olave’s Church and adjoins... View Article

Plans in for Birmingham City Centre Regeneration

Planning has been submitted for 400 new apartment’s on two derelict industrial sites in Digbeth, Birmingham. Designed by architects practice WCEC, on behalf of client ESRG, the plans include partial demolition, refurbishment and erection of new buildings at 234-236 Bradford... View Article

Polypipe ducting proves a winner for Olympic Park development

Polypipe Ventilation, manufacturer of market-leading domestic ventilation systems, has been awarded a substantial order for its ducting systems for the new Glasshouse Gardens development in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. 333 residential apartments are being built by leading contractor Lendlease,... View Article

Serneke to build Campus Eskilstuna

Serneke has entered into an implementation agreement regarding the prestigious assignment of building a new campus for Mälardalen University in Eskilstuna. This was after Skanska appealed the allocation of the project, but was denied leave to appeal to the Administrative... View Article

Merry Christmas!

On behalf of everyone at netMAGmedia, Merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Our offices will be closed from 24th December – 3rd January. We look forward to working with you in... View Article

Major milestones for the Earls Court Development

Capital & Counties Properties PLC (“Capco”) has announced it has reached a significant set of milestones in the development of Earls Court with the completion of demolition, start of enabling works and the first new residents moving into their new... View Article
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