London’s leading construction and design show is back from 27 to 28th November at Olympia, London, and this time it is bigger and better than ever before. Spanning across two floors, London Build is more than just an exhibition. Not just your average construction show, the event is jam-packed with content, networking and entertainment.
The leading European exhibition for the architecture, construction and building industry returns to the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre from 4 to 8th November celebrating the buildings of tomorrow with special events, guest speakers and innovations.
A family-run business established approximately 20 years ago, Staticus is one of the biggest building facade contractors in Northern Europe, with their head office and a factory in Lithuania and offices in Norway, Sweden, Austria and the UK.
Despite the ongoing trend towards working from home and remote meetings, it is necessary for many of us to spend our working days in places like offices, factories, classrooms and hospitals. As a result, good workplace design is an essential component when it comes to maximising employee wellbeing, health and productivity, says Ben Hancock, Managing Director of Oscar Acoustics.
Latest research commissioned by Gas Safe Register has found that home safety, including the condition of the boiler and appliances, falls low on the list of priorities for most homebuyers, says Andy Speake, National Technical Manager at Aico.
Award-winning integrated design firm Lemay is celebrating the recognition of three recent projects designed to promote collaborative work and creative thinking. In the face of some backlash against open-plan workspaces, the success of Lemay’s projects demonstrates not only the value of this approach but the importance of how it is applied.
Immigration is a favoured subject of new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, but the Government White Paper proposals for a post-Brexit immigration scheme did little to clarify the situation for UK businesses, says Matthew Davies, Immigration Solicitor at Wright Hassall.
Did you know that one million people are exposed to hearing-damaging noise at work? If you work in construction, you’re most likely aware that the industry is a noisy business. But did you also know that the sector has the second-highest rate of people developing occupational deafness?