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104 Selectaglaze windows have been installed at the Comet Hotel, situated in Hertfordshire, to improve thermal and noise insulation for its guests.
In 2016, Imperial College London took over the unoccupied Royal Mail sorting office from the Science Museum, where planning was submitted to change the Edwardian, baroque style sorting office into the new ‘Dyson School of Design Engineering’.
SFS high-performance hinges are supporting Grabex Windows as it experiences growing demand for timber doors
A new study has revealed EU policy measures are failing to realise the energy saving potential of windows and directives are largely being overlooked
HS2 has awarded a £36m contract to Bolton-based Booth Industries to provide high-pressure safety doors for the internal passages linking the high-speed rail tunnels.
Sonia Travis, head of commercial sales at Epwin Window Systems discusses recent research into the growth of Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) in social housing, and how the business is adapting to the growth of offsite construction.
Premier Modular has been awarded the contract to provide modular housing for homeless families in Barking who are in urgent need of accommodation.
The Mayor of London and Bryden Wood have launched an updated version of housing design app, PRiSM 2.0, to help London’s homebuilding strategy.
Tamworth Assembly Rooms had secondary glazing installed by Selectaglaze as part of a multi-million-pound project to refurbish and restore the Grade II Listed theatre.
Director and lead architect, Gary Hoban of Hoban Design, discusses a recent airspace development and what extended PDRs could mean for developers and the quality of homes.
RED Construction Group, has been appointed by Seaforth Land to deliver a refurbishment project at 20-23 Greville Street, in central London.
Modern office ventilation systems could impact the spread of coronavirus this winter, according to property and construction consultancy, Ingleton Wood.
Concerns surrounding the immaturity of Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) are the greatest barrier to uptake by social housing providers, according to new research.
mac-group has been appointed to build a speculative development of 11 industrial units in the Black Country in a £4.25m deal.