LK2 Architects appoint new director

Rapidly expanding architects, sports and leisure firm LK2, has appointed Murray Fishlock as a regional director – following increased demand for its services across the country. Murray has over 20 years’ experience in the sports industry, making him an important... View Article

Sir Terry Farrell launches student travel prize

This week Sir Terry Farrell, together with New London Architecture (NLA) and Vital Regeneration, launched an annual Student Travel Prize to encourage young people to take an interest in and start to look at and understand their immediate environment. The... View Article

LK2 opens second office in London

Lincoln based architects, sports and leisure firm LK2 has announced the opening of a London office following growing demand for its services in the South. The firm has experienced rapid growth over the past year throughout the UK, with demand for... View Article

Kingspan School is outstanding in every way

Over 1150m2 of premium and high performance insulation products from Kingspan Insulation have helped Coleg Cymunedol Y Dderwen Comprehensive School in Bridgend to become the first BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rated high school of its kind in the UK. Co-funded by the... View Article

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff join forces in Bristol

WSP and Parsons Brinckerhoff, the combined global professional services consultancy, opened their first joint office in Bristol today, marking a major milestone for the merger in the UK. The Bristol office will have around 260 staff, making it one of... View Article

Architects draw on new generation of talent

An award winning architecture practice in Leeds has appointed four new team members to support the on-going growth of the business. Nick Page, Michael Bland, Waqar Hussain and Damon Fletcher have all joined Brewster Bye, which was established 22 years... View Article

Croydon’s cultural revival moves a step forward

Croydon-based consultancy Mott MacDonald and architects Rick Mather, renowned for working on some of the biggest theatres in the country, will oversee the design of the redevelopment of College Green, at the heart of which will be Fairfield Halls. Mott... View Article

University hosts an evening with Honorary Derek Latham

Visiting Professor and Honorary Derek Latham returned to the University of Derby on Wednesday evening (March 25) to deliver a public lecture on sustainable architecture. Over 100 people, including students and the general public, attended the lecture titled ‘A Sustainable... View Article

Fast-growing Greensquares opens new UK showroom

Greensquares, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of quality outdoor living products, has opened a new Slough showroom in response to increasing demand from customers in the London and South East area. The move follows UK-wide promotion of new brand launches,... View Article

Pozzoni scoops top architect award at ‘The Grafters’

North West architect Pozzoni has overcome stiff competition to win ‘best overall architect practice’ at this year’s North West Grafters Awards. Pozzoni was presented with its award at a glittering gala dinner at the Hotel Football, Old Trafford in the... View Article

Put your old workflow in the BIM

From its inception in the famously innovative Scottish textile industry, the development and commercialisation of emerging technology has always been an important part of the A. Proctor Group’s DNA. From the introduction of unique agricultural solutions in the early part of the 20th Century, to... View Article

Saint-Gobain Glass issue six new glass apps

With Saint-Gobain celebrating its 350th anniversary this year the company’s glass division, Saint-Gobain Glass UK Ltd continues the innovation that has made them a world leader in the manufacturing of flat glass by launching six new apps designed to improve... View Article

New Suds Requirements Guide

The trade association Interpave has published a new edition of its ‘SuDS + Permeable Paving Today’ guide, reviewing the latest government measures for implementation of Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) from April. The move away from dedicated drainage legislation towards a... View Article