Jan 22, 2019 Last Updated 4:27 PM, Jan 21, 2019
Rachel Davis, Business Development Director, discusses Premier Modular Limited’s latest school project, which once again pushes the boundaries of off-site design.
Hylton Castle Primary School in Sunderland has recently been completed by AHR and is now welcoming its first cohort of students. The school is the first to be delivered through the privately financed PF2 element of the Education Funding Agency’s (EFA) Priority School Building Programme…
Alistair Baines, Chairman at architectural, surveying and planning practice, Cassidy + Ashton, discusses the big project thinking required to maximise both budget and space in smaller interior refurbishment schemes.
The judges for the Tile of Spain Awards for Architecture and Interior Design, chaired by architect Victor López Cotelo, have chosen the Multipurpose Educational Hall at the Gavina School, in Valencia, by Carmen Martínez Gregori, Carmel Gradolo Martínez and Arturo Sanz Martínez to receive top…
In this article, Jamie Barrett, Managing Director of construction consultancy Evolution5, looks at how a historic school in London was transformed to help address the increasing pressure on education provision in the Royal Borough of Greenwich and considers some of the lessons learned from its…
The re-built athletics facilities at Harrow School included an IAAF-standard running track, facilities for long jump, high jump, discus and all the main athletics events, plus a water jump for the steeplechase and an area for the pole vault event – a relatively rare feature…
When Colin Sanders of Bouygues UK submitted his application to the Construction Manager of the Year Awards in the New Build and Refurbishment up to £3m category, he knew he would be judged against some of the best in the construction industry.
A unique free school has opened in Church Lawton, East Cheshire, designed specifically to meet the needs of children and young people on the autism spectrum.
Rodeca panels specified for new-look secondary school for their translucency and colours.
The children of Burry Port town in Llanelli have reached the end of the first-term in their new school; the first Passivhaus school development to be built in Wales.

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