Jun 23, 2017 Last Updated 3:06 PM, Jun 22, 2017
Recent random terrorist atrocities in the UK – even deliberately targeting school-age children at the initial Ariana Grande concert in Manchester – has upped the stakes on keeping schools safe without turning them into fortresses, says Mo Ali, Sales Manager at Zaun.
When ISG won the contract from Dorset District Council to build Lulworth & Winfrith Primary School, it knew that some local community concerns were inevitable. Not only would this be the largest construction project in the village of Lulworth for many years, the village is…
AmbiRad, part of Nortek Global HVAC (UK) Ltd is celebrating securing its 1000th Nor-Ray-Vac system at Reeds School for the new Jarrett Indoor Cricket centre in Cobham, Surrey.
Based in Greenwich, London, AMOS Sport Business School is a specialist French school offering undergraduate BA and post-graduate MA in sport management and business. The establishment has recently undergone an extensive development by Point Hill Construction.
An exciting partnership between synthetic turf facility expert, Notts Sport, a Liverpool school and a local hockey club has provided a first-class hockey facility for the school and wider community.
For specifiers involved in the design of school buildings, natural ventilation specialist Passivent offers a CPD seminar covering the imminent changes to the Department for Education’s Building Bulletin BB101.
School leaders and authorities need to make building security the number one priority, says Simon Osborne, Commercial Leader of safety and security company Allegion.
Austin-Smith:Lord recently undertook the role of executive architect in the development of a new BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ 472-pupil combined nursery and primary Welsh medium school in the Furnace area of Llanelli.
Over the past two years, £12 million has been invested into Ysgol Gyfun Ystalyfera secondary school in Neath Port Talbot. A three storey teaching block has been built, providing state of the art classrooms for the 11-19 year old pupils.
Designed by Lungfish and built by Wates Construction, the new Bluecoat Academy Primary in Nottingham showed that collaboration is key in building successful developments and meeting the school places challenge.

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