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Chocolate Factory Renovation Project Hits The Sweet Spot

The former Terry’s Chocolate factory in York has been transformed into a spectacular Chocolate Works Care Village with the help of Johnstone’s Trade’s high performance products. Opening earlier this year, the £7 million renovation was part of a wider multi-million… Continue Reading →

£119M Luton airport rail link

A VolkerFitzpatrick Kier JV has won a £119M contract from client London Luton Airport to design and construct a new rail link between Luton Airport Parkway railway station and the airport terminal. The 2km long guided mass rapid passenger transit… Continue Reading →

Library Refurbishment Project

The University is investing over £40 million into the further redevelopment and refurbishment of the Library. The Library building at Whiteknights opened in 1964 and was extended in 1985. This major redevelopment comes after the first £4.4m phase revamped the… Continue Reading →

Hackitt Review to reform Building Regs backed by FMB

The initial findings of the Hackitt Review offer a positive step forward to address a multitude of failings within the construction industry and among its regulators, according to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the… Continue Reading →

Keltbray supports Construction Youth Trust’s School Partnership Programme

Keltbray Group; a leading UK based specialist business offering engineering, construction, demolition, decommissioning, remediation, rail, environmental services and reinforced concrete structure solutions, has announced its support for the Construction Youth Trust’s (CYT) new initiative to engage young people on the pathway to… Continue Reading →

Gambling retailer bets on Novus for a winning refurbishment

Novus Property Solutions has completed an extensive refurbishment project for global online gambling retailer, bet365. Originally founded in Stoke-on-Trent in 2000, bet365 has grown into one of the world’s largest online gambling companies employing over 4,000 staff. In 2016 bet365… Continue Reading →

Entrepreneur has solution to building low cost energy-efficient homes

Despite the package of 2017 Budget housing measures seeking to stimulate the house building industry, there is still the thorny problem of energy efficiency with new homes routinely overstating how warm they will be, according to an investigation by The… Continue Reading →

Wienerberger’s Heritage Service adapts traditional 1950s Cotswolds building

When architects Lawrence Grigg and Lydia Robinson from Design Storey, an Architecture and Development Company, were looking to adapt a traditional 1950s Cotswolds building to create a contemporary addition, Wienerberger’s Heritage Service was an ideal choice. This arts & crafts… Continue Reading →


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