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.
Crittall has become the only steel window manufacturer with fully integrated business management, order processing &fabrication systems following the completion of a project to introduce state-of-the-art software & machinery.
From 1st February 2024, the government will put a ban in place for the UK sale of T5 and T8 linear fluorescent lamps.
Located in the central CBD of Hangzhou, Future Car Park, designed by Daniel Statham Studio, is a vertical parking complex that combines automated parking technology with green public spaces, generating a capacity of 500 parking spaces for electric and non-electric vehicles.
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 LIA (Lighting Industry Association) and CIBSE (Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) have joined forces to introduce an innovative product verification scheme aimed at promoting circular economy practices within the lighting industry.
An openair swimming pool of a design described as the finest in England is being restored to its former elegance with Crittall windows playing a significant role.
Digital installation specialists, ADI, have installed a brand-new 4mm LED screen at the iconic Trafford Centre, as part of the venue’s wider plans to strengthen their digital-out-of-home offering.
Tallest tower in London’s financial district uses market-leading SonaSpray for acoustic perfection
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.