George Woollard, Technical Director at Keyline Civils Specialist, expands on the Construction Playbook’s take on early supply chain involvement and how it can benefit architects, designers and, ultimately, entire projects.
Smart Spaces announces today that it has won the Santander Technology Business of the Year at the Growing Business Awards 2023 - an annual event which honours the UK’s most outstanding entrepreneurs and high growth SME businesses.
Harnessing digital automation technology to transform people's experiences in its commercial buildings, British Land Company PLC (“British Land”), one of Europe’s largest listed real estate investment companies, has deployed connected access at its Broadgate, 100 Liverpool Street office building in London.
HID, the worldwide leader in trusted identity solutions, announces today that leading international real estate investor and developer, Ghelamco, has standardized on its mobile and physical access control solutions across its prestigious projects in Warsaw, Poland.
The practice of offsite manufacturing has been around for hundreds of years; the first example being recorded in 1895 by Sears Roebuck and Company in the US, who began selling new home-building kits. Over the past few years, offsite manufacturing has become a preferred method of construction for many specifiers and contractors.
Furthering HID’s Commitment to Sustainability, the Highly Durable and PVC-Free Credential Is Certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council® (FSC®).
New Tech Integration from Smart Spaces will Enable Apple Users to Gain Seamless Access to Their Office at London’s 22 Bishopsgate.
Integration with Hellopark’s Workplace Experience App Delivers an Innovative and User-Friendly Way for Staff to Access the Building and Use its Facilities
The building envelope makes a significant contribution to overall energy usage – therefore, tighter U-values in walls, floors and roofs is absolutely key. It’s why getting the design right from the outset is far less costly than retrofitting later. Here, Ben Cheetham, Specification Manager at Keystone Lintels, looks at the benefits of a one-piece thermally-efficient lintel including low thermal conductivity performance, buildability, improved SAP calculations and why they are up to five times more thermally efficient than standard lintels.
The replacement of thermally-inefficient balconies during old housing stock renovation and retrofitting balconies to office-to-residential conversion is in demand. But it is crucial that dedicated solutions are chosen for the task and that the products can provide verifiable performance values, says Chris Willett, Managing Director of Schöck.