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January’s cover story features Cambridge’s tallest office block that forms the centrepiece to the city’s ambitious CB1 master plan.
A retractable roof which will allow uninterrupted play irrespective of the weather, is being erected over Wimbledon’s No.1 Court. A complicated phased programme, working around the world-famous tennis championship, is under way and due to complete in 2019.
Oxfordshire’s Harwell Science Campus is expanding with new steel-framed facilities. Main contractor Willmott Dixon is constructing a Facilities Support Building that will provide specialist support areas allowing researchers to test and commission new scientific equipment.
The latest landmark City of London commercial tower is already visible on the capital’s skyline. The 40-storey 100 Bishopsgate changes shape from a parallelogram at its base to a rectangle at the top.
Combining a new build structure with a refurbished steel-framed building, Sports Direct is set to move into a new Glasgow premises.