Reynaers Aluminium nominated for prestigious G15 Awards

A campaign to encourage the trade to look deeper into design aesthetics, innovation and performance has resulted in an award nomination for Reynaers, the leading provider of high performance aluminium curtain wall, windows and door systems. Its “Look Deeper” campaign... View Article

Paul Nulty Lighting Design announces rebrand to Nulty+

Paul Nulty Lighting Design (PNLD) has rebranded after four years to create a workshop environment to nurture the next generation of lighting designers and promote the technical and creative expertise of the profession. Under the new name, Nulty+, Paul Nulty... View Article

Plans submitted for major Brixton regeneration proposals

A planning application has been submitted for the community-led regeneration of Somerleyton Road that could see more than £100 million invested in this part of Brixton. Igloo is delivering the project as a development manager for a client group comprising... View Article

Dominion Office Building, Moscow, Russia

Located in Moscow’s Sharikopodshipnikovskaya Street, next to tram and trolleybus stops and near Dubrovka Station on the Lyublinskaya Line of the Moscow Metro, the Dominion Office Building is among the first of the new projects to be built for the... View Article

Bouygues Construction Chosen To Construct Sewage Tunnels In Qatar

The Qatar Public Works Authority has awarded two contracts for the design and construction of sewage tunnels to Bouygues Travaux Publics (a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction), in partnership with a local contractor, UrbaCon Trading & Contracting. The two contracts are worth approximately... View Article

CIAT holds 50th Anniversary Celebration at Savoy

The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) has marked 50 years with a Celebratory Luncheon at the Savoy hotel in London. The event, which took place on Friday 25 September saw key members of the built environment sector come together to look... View Article

ISG Takes Additional University of Edinburgh Projects

Following recent wins in Glasgow totalling over £11 million, construction services company ISG has commenced additional projects in the east of the country for the University of Edinburgh. These awards mark the continuation of ISG’s strong relationship with one of... View Article

ISG’s Gieves & Hawkes Scheme Takes Two at NAS Awards

ISG’s refurbishment of Gieves & Hawkes’ iconic No.1 Saville Row store has been named the NAS (National Association of Shopfitters and Interior Contractors) Design Partnership Awards ‘Best in Retail’ and ‘British Heritage’ winner 2015. These wins mark two in a... View Article

Norwich University of the Arts recognised with ARB ‘Part 1’

Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) is delighted that the Architects Registration Board (ARB), which was established by Parliament in 1997 to regulate the architects’ profession in the UK, has prescribed its BA (Hons) Architecture qualification. This means that graduates from the course... View Article

Extra Tours Following Huge Demand For Sell Out Silvertown

Public gained access to Millennium Mills for first time last weekend. Last weekend, the iconic Millennium Mills in Silvertown opened its doors to the public for the first time during Open House London. The sold out event was so popular, an additional... View Article

Nottingham Is The Destination For Crown Paints’ Sustainability CPD

Crown Paints is delivering its popular CPD ‘Different Shades of Green – Delivering Paint Sustainability’ at the Nottingham CPD Construction RoadSeminar Tour next month. The seminar – which was launched this year at Ecobuild – will be delivered by Crown Paints’ CPD accredited... View Article

Viessmann to exhibit at Greenbuild show

Viessmann will be exhibiting a selection of its most energy efficient products at Buildings & Energy Efficiency Conference and Exhibition 2015, held at Manchester Central, 10-11th November (stand C14). The Vitocal 300-three-phase air source heat pump provides higher outputs and quiet operation for... View Article