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Gilbert-Ash appointed to deliver £17M construction project at Trinity College

Gilbert-Ash appointed to deliver £17M construction project at Trinity College

First building work at historic Oxford site for over 50 years

UPP wins first private-let contract in £1m deal

UPP wins first private-let contract in £1m deal

University Partnerships Programme (UPP), the UK’s leading provider of on-campus residential and academic accommodation infrastructure, has been appointed to deliver a three-year, full Facilities Management (FM) service by Imperial College London in what is UPP’s first ever private-let contract with a university.

Siemens introduces updated Desigo CC platform to manage all building sizes

Siemens introduces updated Desigo CC platform to manage all building sizes

Desigo CC Compact for small and medium-sized buildings

TROX laboratory air management system installed for Quadram Institute

TROX laboratory air management system installed for Quadram Institute

A dedicated laboratory air management system, supplied by TROX, has been installed to optimise safety and environmental performance in a major new clinical and research facility. 

Langley Waterproofing Systems implements site Safe Survey Policy

Langley Waterproofing Systems implements site Safe Survey Policy

Building owners can be liable not only for the safety of their own employees but also those up and down the supply chain, including contractor and supplier personnel.

5 Universities where wireless access control is making a difference

5 Universities where wireless access control is making a difference

Universities push traditional access control to its limits. The more you ask of it, the tougher it gets.

Designer Contracts named a preferred consortium supplier

Designer Contracts named a preferred consortium supplier

Designer Contracts, the UK’s largest flooring contractor – has been named as a preferred supplier to the Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC).

Schools and universities told to remain vigilant on radon as energy efficiency push raises risk

Schools and universities told to remain vigilant on radon as energy efficiency push raises risk

With Radon Awareness Week underway, Bureau Veritas is reminding schools and universities of the importance of radon monitoring as recent research suggests that the drive for energy efficiency is raising the risk of exposure to the radioactive gas.

Why so many UK students live away from home and why it matters

Why so many UK students live away from home and why it matters

The Higher Education Policy Institute (www.hepi.ac.uk) and University Partnerships Programme (UPP) have published a new report on the dominance of the residential model of student life in the UK

Breathing Buildings provides top-class low-energy ventilation solution to RIBA award-winning school

Breathing Buildings provides top-class low-energy ventilation solution to RIBA award-winning school

Breathing Buildings, the UK’s leading provider of natural and hybrid ventilation systems, has designed and delivered a low-energy ventilation system to a RIBA award-winning school in Southwark, London.

2019 Brick award winners 

2019 Brick award winners 

The crowning of the 2019 Brick Awards winners, a ceremony that for 43 years has celebrated the best use of brick in the built environment. 

Stepnell crosses the finish line with Leicestershire sports complex

Stepnell crosses the finish line with Leicestershire sports complex

Construction of a new £2.1m state-of-the-art school sports facility in Loughborough has been completed by national construction firm Stepnell.

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