News in Brief: September 2018
FICEP UK is holding a two-day open house, on 3rd and 4th October, to promote the latest in technological advancements in steel processing. The company will demonstrate along with Tekla how efficiency, technology, data capture and feedback allows companies in the steelwork industry to capitalise on the latest advanced software systems and automation. For more information contact Ficep UK on 01924 223 530 or email@example.com for your invitation.
The University of Strathclyde has revealed plans for a £60M learning and teaching hub at the heart of its campus in Glasgow city centre. It is said that the facility will provide students with leading-edge teaching resources, digital technologies and new modes of learning that will support a first-class student experience.
IM Properties (IMP) is set to build its third and final phase of speculative development at the Hub, Birmingham where it will develop three distribution units totaling 14,100m². Local contractor Benniman is partnering with IMP’s in-house project delivery team to build one main 9,200m² warehouse, alongside two smaller units.
Yorkshire-based waste management company PMAC Energy has secured 25 acres of Redcar Bulk Terminal (RBT) to construct a £250M waste to energy plant. Subject to permitting and planning approvals, the plant could be producing waste derived fuels in 2021 and generating enough electricity to power 56,000 homes.
Facebook and King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership have signed a deal that will see the former acquire 56,700m2 of office space across three buildings at King’s Cross, London.