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Matthew Morrish

Matthew Morrish appointed to associate heritage architect

RIBA Conservation accredited architect Matthew Morrish has been appointed as the first ever heritage architect at HLM Architects.
neutron science

Standout steel structure will house the future of neutron science

Unique steel structure, designed by engineering consultants Buro Happold and covering the European Spallation Source (ESS) facility, is the new home to the future of neutron science.
3D Repo

3D Repo – Collaborate for a better built environment

The most accessible BIM collaboration platform to enable open and transparent communication for AECO projects of all sizes.
Marshall Building

Mace completes landmark LSE Marshall Building

Mace, together with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) celebrate the completion of the new Marshall Building.
ABC+ Warranty Winter Update

ABC+ Warranty Winter Update

The ABC+ Warranty winter update is here featuring HSBC’s approval of ABC+ 10 Year Structural Warranty, the New Home Quality Board, the new requirements for electric charging vehicle points, plus awards.
heritage buildings

Conserve and refurb: Reinvigorating heritage buildings

Changing briefs in a post-pandemic world recognise the value of repurposing heritage buildings, say Amy Punter, Olivia Evans and Kate Glensman of engineering consultancy Hoare Lea.
Peartree Hostel

WILL+Partners appointed to design new Peartree Hostel

WILL+Partners Architects has been appointed by charity and housing provider One YMCA, to deliver a new Peartree Hostel in Hertfordshire.
AEC industry

Onward and upward into 2022 for the AEC industry

How the AEC industry continues to adapt to the ever-changing project landscape - Pushed to the limits!
Architecture apprenticeships

Architecture, apprenticeships and addressing the diversity crisis 

William Poole-Wilson, founder and managing director of WILL+Partners, explains the role of architectural apprenticeships in overcoming the diversity crisis.
built heritage

Celebrating heritage through design

Bruce Kennedy, architect director at BDP’s Glasgow studio, discusses the importance of our build heritage as cities evolve and move forward.
Creative centre

Kier completes £17.2m Creative Centre for York St John University

Kier has successfully completed and handed over its £17.2m Creative Centre project to York St John University.
BIM 3D, MEP contractors

Why BIM 3D Modelling & Spatial Coordination is crucial for MEP...

A modern way to design, build and manage construction projects – or a compulsion? How 3D modelling and spatial coordination for MEP contractors can create greater business opportunities.
luminescent concrete

New luminescent concrete receives ‘glowing’ approval

A new ‘glow-in-the-dark’ luminescent concrete that absorbs energy from ultraviolet rays to generate light has been used to bring a Derbyshire commercial development to life.
school campus rebuild

BAM appointed to deliver ‘state-of-the-art’ school campus rebuild

Scottish Borders Council has appointed BAM to deliver £46m rebuild of Peebles High School in Peeblesshire, Scotland.
gravity design competition

George Clarke announces winners of Gravity design competition

Architect and TV presenter, George Clarke, has announced the winners of the Gravity young persons’ design challenge, for schools in Bridgewater, Somerset.
Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre

Planning application submitted for Oxford Uni’s humanities centre

Planning application for Oxford University’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities, designed by Hopkins Architects, has been submitted to Oxford City council.
AEC projects

Five AEC projects to create in Twinmotion

In the AEC industry, going from idea to bricks-and-mortar can be difficult - especially when trying to extrapolate real-life conditions from a BIM model.
3D-printed architecture

Designing the future with 3D-printed architecture

AccuCities explores how 3D-printed models enable rapid testing and iteration of architectural designs in an affordable way.
future flight

Air taxis, drones and all-electric aircraft: How will AEC adapt to...

Gary Cutts, challenge director for the Future Flight Challenge at UK Research and Innovation, explores the current trajectory of future flight in the UK and how planning, architecture and construction will need to adapt.
merger with West Hart Partnership

New merger with West Hart Partnership and Corstorphine & Wright

Corstorphine & Wright Architecture has announced a new merger with West Hart Partnership (WHP), making this its tenth studio in the UK.
oxford innovation district design

Hunt begins for design team for £1bn Oxford Innovation District

Oxford University Development has launched an international design competition to find a masterplan team for its £1bn Innovation District.
BricsCAD Mechanical

Bricsys mechanical design solution delivers design-to-manufacture efficiencies

Bricsys has announced the launch of BricsCAD® Mechanical V22, a mechanical design solution with smart functionality, workflows, and approaches to optimise the design-to-manufacture process.
CAD software developer

Solving design problems faster with BricsCAD® V22

CAD software developer Bricsys has announced the immediate availability of new versions of its products: BricsCAD® Lite, BricsCAD® Pro, BricsCAD® Mechanical, and BricsCAD® BIM.
3d architectural tool

Interactive 3D tools connect the dots for architects

Unreal Engine and Twinmotion from Epic Games are breaking down silos and helping data to flow freely through the architectural pipeline.
RIBA Stirling Prize

Stirling Prize 2021: Blurring the boundary between “gown and town”

Kingston University London’s Town House by Grafton Architects has won the 25th annual Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) Stirling Prize.
bricscad® digital summit

BricsCAD® Digital Summit returns for 2021

The BricsCAD® Digital Summit, taking place on 26 October, will host 3,000+ design professionals in the world of construction, manufacturing, engineering, and architecture.

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