May 19, 2019 Last Updated 8:31 AM, Apr 10, 2019
Vision Tameside is an ambitious three-phase development programme that will transform further education provision and local authority services in the Greater Manchester Metropolitan Borough of Tameside. Phase two has just been completed, combining a new advanced skills centre for Tameside College with a Joint Services…
After extensive research and consultation with key supply partners, Comar Architectural Aluminium Systems deliver the Comar 9P.i High Performance Window, Door and Framing System.
Rockpanel and ROCKWOOL have come together to present the latest research and thinking on how best to design out risk and ensure fire safety when it comes to specifying exterior cladding systems, with particular focus on high rise structures.
A modern yet sympathetic design is the hallmark of the £25m new High Wycombe Leisure Centre featuring a Proteus copper-clad entrance pod.
The ultra-compact surface Dekton in the colour ‘Edora’ has been selected for use on the exterior facades on the recently completed Erlangen University Hospital in Germany.
Proteus Facades has helped create a striking new feature on the University of Northampton’s Riverside Campus in the form of a 26m flue shaft on its new £6.9m biomass plant, completed with Proteus cladding panels and an integrated LED screen by digiLED.
Having transformed King's College's majestic 18th century Gibbs’ Building in 2015, Thomann-Hanry has completed an extensive clean and restoration of the Grade II Listed Chetwynd Court, with equally spectacular results. Here, PSBJ explores the two historically-sensitive projects.
Brian Newell, Founder and Chief Executive of ventilated facade specialist Shackerley, discusses the SureClad engineered stone facade specification for the University of Edinburgh’s Appleton Tower.
The new Les Trèfles primary school in Anderlecht, Belgium, seamlessly blends educational innovation, sustainable design and attractive architecture.
When opening the doors to its first patients later this year, the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital will be the largest in England to accommodate in-patients entirely in single en-suite bedrooms to deliver the highest standards of infection control and patient dignity.
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