In 2020, the UK Government announced its New Hospital Programme — a plan to building 40 new hospitals before the end of 2030. More recently, in May of 2023, it was announced that this scheme would include the rebuilding of…
Despite a difficult couple of years in the further education sector, with many students displaced and remote learning having been the norm for some time, recent reports from Glenigan indicate that the UK’s universities are set to provide the construction…
Commercial construction in the UK is witnessing a resurgence after a turbulent period marked by the COVID-19 pandemic and other major global events that significantly impacted the construction industry.
Whether frequented by professional athletes, budding enthusiasts or casual users, sports and recreation facilities, like gyms, sports halls and specialist training facilities, must ensure safety for their users, and minimising the risk of injury is of critical importance.
As we enter the second half of 2023, commercial interior trends continue to evolve, presenting exciting opportunities to create inspiring and functional spaces, with a focus on enhancing productivity, well-being and sustainability.
The power of first impressions is unrivalled, especially in the world of hospitality, and the right flooring can transform the ambiance of luxury hotels and resorts and the experience of their guests. Resin flooring, with its fusion of beauty and…
With the population of prisons in the UK expected to rise to 106,300 by March 2027 (a 13% increase from the 83,000 or so recorded in February of this year), it is critical that the buildings and facilities within the…
In today's rapidly evolving retail landscape, physical stores face new challenges as the digital age continues to reshape consumer behaviours. However, amidst these changes, there is an exciting future ahead for physical retail stores.
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, traditional work environments have undergone a remarkable transformation, giving rise to a new era of dynamic workspaces. Architects, specifiers and end-user building owners know that crucial to adapt to this evolving landscape and…
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