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Mace has completed One Crown Place, the latest landmark in London, on behalf of clients MTD Group and CBRE.
Developer McLaren Property has revealed plans for a new mixed-use student accommodation development in central Brighton.
Wates Construction has been appointed by the London Borough of Camden to deliver the latest phase of a mixed-use regeneration project near Abbey Road.
Ian Streets, managing director of About Access, marks down the judges who hand out accolades for inaccessible design.
Readie Construction has started work at a Gloucestershire site, paving the way for the development of a manufacturing and design facility for Moog Controls Limited.
TfL has been given the go-ahead to deliver a new net zero carbon office development over Southwark Tube station.
BRE has announced several winners of its BREEAM Awards 2021 on the first day of three virtual ceremonies.
Building Research Establishment (BRE) is set to create an Open Innovation Hub at its Garston campus in Watford to house innovative businesses.
Kier has been chosen by Cardiff Council to deliver the £64.3m Fitzalan High School in Cardiff which will provide teaching facilities for 1,500 schoolchildren.
Hollis has seen a significant increase in the number of developers requesting advice on ESG implementation, this is likely to continue as we see governments introducing post-pandemic green recovery plans. Richard Masters and Katherine Beisler at Hollis explain more.
With Scotland setting ambitious net zero carbon goals, Lindsey Mitchell, architect director at BDP’s Glasgow Studio, discusses her experiences in designing successful, sustainable school projects.
Dominvs Group has been given the green light for the £250m mixed-use regeneration project on the Euro House site in Wembley.
Meeting ambitious sustainability targets requires us all to pitch in, says Building Research Establishment chief executive Gillian Charlesworth.
BAM Construction broke ground on CEG’s EQ development in Bristol City Centre this week, becoming the largest speculative office development currently underway in the...
GMI Construction has been awarded a contract by Muse Developments to construct a new 12,000 sq ft office for the Department for Work and Pensions in South Shields.
ISG has been awarded a £50m project to build The Oak Cancer Centre at The Royal Marsden in London.
Skanska has been appointed as the main contractor for a new six-storey office building, One Portwall Square, in the heart of Bristol’s commercial district.
Mace has been chosen to deliver 33 Charterhouse Street, a new green technology-driven office development in Farringdon.
The new interchange station, set to be built in Solihull, was praised for its green credentials as Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council approved the design.
Vinci Construction UK is currently on-site to deliver the 50,000 sq ft mid-tech advanced manufacturing facilities, as Harlow Science Parks expands.
Construction firm, JG Hale Construction has announced two new recruits, contracts manager, Andrew Collins and business development manager, Sarah Williams.
Bowmer + Kirkland has been chosen as the main contractor for 4 Angel Square, the first speculative net-zero office scheme delivered at NOMA in Manchester.
The South Molton Triangle is a new redevelopment proposal by Grosvenor Britain and Ireland to transform a prime, but underutilised, Mayfair area into a high-end retail, office and leisure community.
Galliford Try has won a major redevelopment contract with Arax Properties for the new Bishopsgate centre in London.
Canary Wharf Group has revealed plans by architects Allies and Morrison for a 3.8 million sq ft development on the North Quay site at Canary Wharf.
John Sisk & Son and Osborne+Co have been appointed to the construction of a new Santander campus in Milton Keynes.