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Commendation: The Curve, Slough

A new multi-purpose community venue forms a central element of the larger heart of Slough regeneration project. The three-level Curve building is 89.7m long, …

Community spirit

A community hub containing a high school is set to reinvigorate Midlothian’s former coal mining area. A state-of-the-art community hub and high school, known …

Billingham Forum

The Forum at Billingham, Co. Durham, groups together in a single structure facilities for a whole series of sports and entertainments and in this respect is …

Commendation – Milton Court, Guildhall School of Music & Drama

Designed to meet the highest acoustic performance requirements, Milton Court is a £89M facility built for the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Located …

The Congress Theatre Eastbourne

From Building with Steel November 1964 The steelwork for the Congress Theatre is interesting on account of the intricate and unusual detailing which is not …

Research centre chooses steel

Long spans and the ease of internal reconfiguration over the life of the building were key reasons for choosing a steel solution for a research facility in …

Bridge to academia

A new arts and innovation centre at Bangor University will provide first class facilities for students as well as becoming a hub for the local community. …

SSDA Commendation: Garsington Opera Pavilion, Wormsley

A demountable temporary summer pavilion to accommodate the Garsington Opera has been erected and integrated into a historic landscape. Providing 600 seats and …

SSDA Award: The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

At the heart of the £112M renovation of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre is a new auditorium containing a thrust stage which brings audiences closer to the …

Venue kickstarts town centre development

Structural steelwork is playing a starring role in the construction of a new performance venue in Doncaster. Big changes are afoot in Doncaster town centre as …

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