Case Studies



Quinnipiac University Campus Power Control System Integrates Utility with Emergency and Renewable Power Sources

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Fighting fit

Fighting cyber threats from inside and outside of universities By Andy Baldin, VP – EMEA at Ivanti.

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Keep it flowing

Animals aren’t the only ones to hibernate over winter.

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Maximum impact

The impact of the evolving student experience on campus development.

Age and Size: Hindrance or Opportunity?

Age and Size: Hindrance or Opportunity?

The age and size of a building shouldn’t serve as a restriction to upgrading safety protocols and security measures. Andrew Shaw, architectural consultant at Allegion UK.

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Great expectations

James Clark, General Manager, National & Key Accounts at STANLEY Security, looks at what you should expect from a vendor when it comes to large electronic security system projects.

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Meeting stringent specifications

Completing the new Collaborative Teaching Laboratory (CTL) facility at University of Birmingham posed a number of technical and programme challenges.

Back to school on asbestos

Back to school on asbestos

There are few more emotive issues in the public buildings sector than asbestos. Asbestos-Containing Materials (ACMs) are still highly prevalent in thousands of buildings throughout our society, including schools and universities.

Fit for purpose

Allegion UK’s business development manager Karen Trigg discusses why fire doors are integral to any successful fire safety strategy.

Feel the heat

Climate change, saving water and how your green spaces can be part of a change for the better.

High-tech design

Incorporating R&D trends into laboratory design.

Prevention is better than cure

New research shows that a ‘pro-social’ design of buildings and community space would reduce burglary.

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