Dec 15, 2018 Last Updated 3:15 PM, Dec 14, 2018

Leisure

Sustainability has become so deeply embedded in the construction sector that low environmental impact is now a standard requirement of each system and material used. Manufacturers, suppliers and contractors have all embraced…
Across the country, local authorities have accepted a need to raise their game when it comes to leisure centres if they are to benefit from contemporary lifestyle choices, encourage local participation in…
The £31m Olympia Sports Centre is making waves around Dundee's waterfront boasting four flumes and a 50m six-lane FINA standard competition pool complete with 4m deep diving section, a large free-form wave…

Civic engagement

The principles that are driving many contemporary local authorities to embark on new and innovative community focused buildings are not new. As early as the Neolithic and Bronze ages, communities have endeavoured…
Trips and falls are the leading cause of injury to children in outdoor play areas. To reduce the frequency and severity of their injuries, it is crucial to have certified playground surfacing.…

Leisure looks up

Leisure a luxury? It would appear not since the sector is more than holding its own while the British economy continues to pick up. Aesthetic buildings seem to be inspiring greater involvement…
Paul Campbell, Commercial Sector Manager at British Gypsum, explores how the use of robust materials in leisure sector construction can help to create effective multi-purpose environments.

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