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MTX Education explores the reasons behind the growing popularity of modular build designs for schools.
The new DfMA Platform programme will support the government’s ambition to drive innovation and build industrial capability in businesses throughout the UK.
Transform maintenance and management of educational buildings with CMMS and CAFM innovation, information and insight.
William Tonkinson, managing director of education furniture and fitout specialist Deanestor, looks at how furniture for schools is evolving to reflect the pace of social and technological change.
Spatial Initiative, the joint venture between Styles&Wood and ESS Modular has been appointed to the £3bn DfE modular schools framework.
The Department for Education (DfE) has revealed the winners of the £3bn offsite schools framework ‘to cultivate innovation and modernise the industry by increasing the adoption of MMC’.
Tilden Watson, head of education at Zurich Municipal, outlines the case for making the installation of sprinkler systems mandatory in all new build and majorly refurbished schools.
London based practice, Walters & Cohen Architects, has been commissioned by The King’s School, Canterbury, to design a school in China.
The Department for Education (DfE) is on the lookout for ten suppliers for its new offsite construction framework to design and build offsite schools.
The Innovate UK-funded SEISMIC project is set to transform school design and deliver a digitally-enabled standardised componentised construction production system.
The Construction Innovation Hub has teamed up with MOBIE to challenge school students in the UK to design a home using modern methods of construction.
Modular school buildings specialists, MTX Education, highlight the ways modular classrooms could be cheaper to help ease the dilemma of increasing pupils and tight funding for schools.
A new consortium has been launched to pioneer greater use of offsite construction for primary schools, to transform the way they are designed and built.
The UK government’s Department for Education is to meet with contractors and discuss its plans for a £2bn offsite schools framework.