It’s fair to say that the design of logistics facilities has changed considerably in recent years, particularly as technological advances influence the industry and the way it uses its buildings. Exploring these changes, delegates at
“Fascinating”, “impressive” and “welcoming” were the most frequent comments when 30 members of the Leicester Art & Design Group visited our Leicester office in April.
We’re always extremely happy to show visitors around Waterfront House, our
SGP, as an IHEEM Affiliate, organised a visit for IHEEM Yorkshire to the Veolia Leeds Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility on Monday 1 April 2019.
IHEEM are The Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management which
RIBA Architecture Ambassadors are architectural professionals who volunteer to partner with schools to inspire one or more classes about the potential of the built environment. Ambassadors empower children and young people to have an opinion
I have just finished my second Ultra Marathon of the year, a growling 34-mile along the Jurassic coastline between Swanage and Weymouth including a total ascent of 6147ft, finishing in 08:48:29. This was the first
A small team of people based in Leeds created a book to celebrate Leeds innovators of the past and present and to support future innovation.
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Floating on stilts above the flat Norfolk marshland, the timber walkway gently rolls towards an airy building of geometric shapes and spartan angles. This would have been the Acle Bridge Visitor Centre as designed by
Stephen George + Partners joined key logistics industry stakeholders, policy makers and planning experts at the United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) ‘Feeding Cities Summit’ at The British Museum, London in November. Partner Marcus Madden-Smith was