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OAG delivers stunning glazed atrium for regeneration of 200 Aldersgate, London

23 Nov 2011: The imposing 21-storey office building at 200 Aldersgate has recently undergone a massive refurbishment, transforming the building and creating vibrant, multi tenanted office space in a prime City location. more »

Work begins on first phase of Stockport urban village regeneration

22 Nov 2011: Construction has begun on the first new homes to be built as part of a major regeneration scheme for Stockport set to bring new homes and economic investment to the town. more »

Forrest invests in unique ‘Code of Conduct’ training programme

22 Nov 2011: Forrest has taken its commitment to customers one step further with the launch of a new ‘Code of Conduct’ for working within tenant homes and occupied buildings. more »

New Reigate home for Surrey family firm

22 Nov 2011: Family-owned construction, civil engineering and property services business Osborne has officially opened its new headquarters building in Reigate, Surrey. more »

Awards hat-trick for Causeway

22 Nov 2011: Causeway has won no fewer than three awards in the 2011 Construction Computing Awards - Company of the Year, E-Commerce Product of the Year for the third year running and Superbrand of the Year. more »

Refurbishment of two historic buildings awarded to Clark Contracts

22 Nov 2011: The City of Edinburgh Council has awarded Clark Contracts a £750,000 contract to refurbish Acheson House, a category A listed building and the Museum of Edinburgh, known formerly as Huntly House Museum, both in Edinburgh's Old Town, on the Canongate. more »

Apollo wins first Falkirk contract

21 Nov 2011: Apollo has secured its first contract with Falkirk Council, to deliver a £2 million facelift to one of the town’s tower blocks. more »

Ocon wins £6.45m student living scheme in Nottingham

21 Nov 2011: Ocon Construction has won a £6.45 million contract to build a 210-unit student accommodation scheme in Nottingham after working with the developer and the architect to help the scheme obtain planning permission. more »

Dragons’ Deborah and Theo commit to solar industry

21 Nov 2011: Dragons’ Den investors Deborah Meaden and Theo Paphitis have today shown their commitment to the distressed British solar sector by signing a deal with Yorkshire-based Ploughcroft Solar. more »

Fire performance of new residential buildings

21 Nov 2011: NHBC Foundation publication reviews fire safety of non-traditional construction methods more »

Optima launch world’s first glass thickness app

21 Nov 2011: Calculating the thickness of glass when on the move is now easy with the world’s first glass thickness app. more »

Polypipe Terrain teams up with BSS to help Merseyside community do it themselves

21 Nov 2011: Polypipe Terrain and the Liverpool branch of BSS Drainage formed a formidable team when the BBC TV programme DIY SOS issued an urgent call for help more »

Spiral Cellars allow for original design

18 Nov 2011: An Original Spiral Cellar has been specified as part of a residential project in Buckinghamshire to demolish an existing barn and construct a new gymnasium, TV room and guest accommodation. more »

Isover helps students get active on Passivhaus

18 Nov 2011: University students entering Saint-Gobain Isover’s annual Student Architectural Design competition will be able to access a host of online educational materials to improve their understanding of Passivhaus and Multi-Comfort principles. more »

EMS establishes dedicated new build team

18 Nov 2011: The advantage of a new building, whether residential or commercial, is that every measure can be taken to ensure optimal energy efficiency; buildings are insulated and double glazed, solar energy is utilised and efficient lighting is installed. more »

Sika concrete repair system provides loving care to George Loveless House

18 Nov 2011: Faced with significant structural damage caused by chloride penetration and the subsequent corrosion of the steel reinforcement, The London Borough of Hamlets needed a proven means of repairing the damage and protecting the steel reinforcement of two of its twelve storey residential buildings. more »

Barratt Homes and Jewson working together in partnership

18 Nov 2011: Jewson, supplier of sustainable timber and building materials, is now supplying a wide range of timber and sheet materials for a number of sites for Barratt Homes. more »

Interserve's work in skills' development recognised at PFM awards

18 Nov 2011: Interserve has won the 'Partners in Skills Development' award for its partnership with Asset Skills and RICS in developing career pathways for its employees, at the Premises and Facilities Management (PFM) Awards 2011. more »

Kebony serves up its latest project - Oslo’s new Onda restaurant

17 Nov 2011: Norwegian Global Cleantech 100 company, Kebony is delighted to unveil its latest project, Oslo’s new Onda restaurant. more »

Balfour Beatty Engineering Services to begin work at Glasgow Research Centre

17 Nov 2011: Leading mechanical and electrical contractor, Balfour Beatty Engineering Services (BBES), is set to begin a £3.5 million Mechanical & Electrical (M & E) services contract for the new £9 million Beatson Translational Research Centre (TRC) in Glasgow. more »

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