Apr 20, 2018 Last Updated 12:58 PM, Apr 18, 2018
Booth Muirie’s versatile rainscreen cladding has helped a Scottish university to bond style with sustainability in a multi-million-pound building development.
The University of Leicester has officially opened the George Davies Centre, its new cutting-edge medical teaching and research building, named in honour of the Fashion Retailer George Davies and opened by Sir David Attenborough OM and Michael Attenborough CBE.
A multi-national IT company has become the latest corporation to adopt solar thermal as an integral part of its sustainability strategy at its new, landmark offices in Dublin, Ireland. The building, based at the city’s prestigious EastPoint Business Park, has already earned a top global…
KEMPER SYSTEM manufacture KEMPEROL® liquid roofing and waterproofing systems for the long-term protection of roofs buildings and critical structures. At Ecobuild 2017, our roofing products continue to address the question: What is sustainability?

Ecobuild in preview

Ecobuild returns in March with an overarching theme of regeneration, which will be brought to life through an immersive exhibition and conference programme that will redefine sustainability, identify future growth sectors and tackle the housing crisis.
Brian Newell, Founder and Chief Executive of ventilated cladding specialist, Shackerley, discusses the practical and aesthetic considerations for the ceramic granite cladding system used at the University of Birmingham’s new £44m library as part of the university’s £500m campus development plan.
Public Sector Build Journal catches up with Nick Hilton (MCIOB), Morgan Sindall’s Senior Projects Manager, who tells the story of how he and his team delivered the GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry for The University of Nottingham.
Adam Tilford, Senior Energy Specialist at the National Energy Foundation, discusses reducing the performance risk and protecting the reputation of developers and local authorities.
As the 2015 European Green Capital, the city of Bristol wanted to showcase a new business park that placed environmental sustainability at the forefront of its ambitions.
Are we putting buildings before people? Is it now time to place greater emphasis on people? Darren Evans, Managing Director of Darren Evans Assessments, explains more.
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