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College remodelling

A new entrance hall housed within a glazed rotunda and extra floors added to two existing buildings are just part of the extensive work being undertaken at a …

Cricket ground gets capacity boost

Work currently being undertaken at Edgbaston cricket ground will increase the stadium’s overall capacity to 25,000, in time for next summer’s Test match …

Venue engineered for entertainment

One of the UK’s best known provincial concert venues is being rebuilt and will open its doors again next year. Martin Cooper reports from Guildford’s rock …

Landmark college scheme for Croydon

Work is progressing on a high profile £12M project to upgrade and enhance Croydon College’s Fairfield Campus. The overall scheme involves both new build and …

Civic hall for Guildford

Construction work on Guildford’s new civic hall is on track for completion next year, with the majority of the project’s steelwork now erected. The 1,700 …

Going good for steel

A new architecturally prominent three-storey grandstand is set to turn Fontwell Racecourse into one of Sussex’s main conference and exhibition venues. Work …

Resourceful campus for Rugby

Warwickshire College’s new campus in Rugby is nearing completion with the steel frame now fully erected. Comprising a number of single, two and three storey …

World class pool dives in

The need for a fast construction programme and a structure with long open spans resulted in the choice of a steel frame for a new swimming pool and diving …

Steel dives in for new pool and diving facility

Work is progressing on schedule for a new steel framed swimming pool and diving facility for Southend-on-Sea Borough Council. Replacing an ageing swim centre …

Leisure centre ignites Harlow regeneration

A new £25M sports and leisure centre in Harlow, Essex is one of the first major projects to get underway as part of the Harlow Gateway Redevelopment. Known as …

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