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Mace snaps 1 Grosvenor Square commission

Mace has been appointed to revive a landmark 1930s building in central London. Mace will reconstruct and restore the facade of the Mayfair-based 1 Grosvenor Square, with construction cost believed to be in the region of £140m. The new development will... View Article

Construction sector witnesses 4% increase in SME entrants

The construction sector saw a 4%1 increase in the number of SMEs from 2010 according to the latest study from specialist challenger bank Hampshire Trust Bank. The research conducted in partnership with the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR),... View Article

Article 50 triggering: the industry reacts

Prime Minister Theresa May has today invoked Article 50 triggering the beginning of Great Britain’s exit from the European Union. Here we offer some of the responses of industry bodies and experts. RIBA President Jane Duncan wrote in a statement:... View Article

Major new partnership to boost construction skills for heritage

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has joined forces with the Welsh Government’s Historic Environment Service (Cadw), Historic England and Historic Environment Scotland in a landmark partnership. The ‘Strategic Skills Partnership Agreement’ was signed on Friday (24 March 2017) at... View Article

Organowood® makes timber cladding sustainable

Organowood®, a leading sustainable wood protection specialist, is fast becoming known as having the ideal solution to protect and strengthen all types of timber cladding. With strong sustainable and aesthetic qualities, OrganoWood provides architects, professionals and end users with an... View Article
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