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Aldi announces plans for new Cardiff warehouse

Low-cost supermarket chain Aldi has announced plans to build a multimillion pound warehouse in the Welsh capital as part of its recently confirmed £109m investment into the UK.

The £25m development, which is expected to (more…)

Suspended ceilings: not just hanging around

Suspended ceilings are a practical, cost-effective and sophisticated alternative to a traditional ceiling installation. Known to many as a dropped ceiling, understanding the basics is simple, as the answer is in the (more…)

Factory capacity increased to help power car revolution

A company leading the charge for electric vehicles has installed a new mezzanine floor into its flagship facilities.

Electric car solutions firm Chargemaster has fitted (more…)

New Red Bull office gets quiet launch

Contrasting its public image, an energy-drinks firm has quietly opened its brand new office space in New York, USA.

Red Bull is synonymous with (more…)

Hartlepool site opens after refurb

A landmark building in the north east of England has had its reopening after a large refurbishment.

Titan House in Hartlepool used to be known locally as (more…)

Construction activity rises for sixth consecutive quarter

The latest data from the UK’s building industry contractors has shown a sixth quarterly rise in a row; the first time such growth has been seen in over six years.

All across the sector growth is being seen, with (more…)

Essential safety flooring advice for commercial kitchen owners

Some of the most common injuries in a commercial kitchen happen as a result of slipping. With hot surfaces and pans, sharp utensils, and hot foods and sauces going backwards and forwards at all times, these slips can lead to more serious harm than the odd bump and bruise.

However, by taking on the right advice, implementing the right procedures and having (more…)

Construction industry consultant calls for homes over prisons

A report by multinational engineering corporation WSP Group has suggested that over 600,000 new houses could be built on top of public buildings in London.

The Building Our Way Out of a Crisis paper suggested that (more…)

Bristol council offices close for refurb

City Hall in Bristol has closed down for a major 18-month renovation and office fit out programme.

Bristol City Council is looking to save (more…)

State-of-the-art farming office opens

An agricultural organisation has moved into its new office development in Warwickshire, which sees it combine three former buildings into just the one modern development.

This was the first significant construction at (more…)

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