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York Handmade provides 100,000 bricks for stunning RIBA Stirling Prize runner-up

The award-winning York Handmade Brick Company supplied 100,000 bricks to London Bridge Station, the runner-up in this year’s prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize for architecture.

London Bridge, one of Britain's busiest railway stations, reopened in 2017 after a redevelopment that cost £1billion and took five years to complete.

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Alliance seminar offers a walk on the wild side

The Structural Concrete Alliance invites construction professionals to join it for a walk on the wild side, announcing its final Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Regional Roadshow of 2019 will take place at Bristol Zoo on 19 November.

The historic Clifton Pavilion provides the back-drop for this latest free of charge half-day seminar, which will provide delegates with an introduction to Structural Asset Protection and Repair. The elegant light and airy room has a high vaulted ceiling, sparkling chandeliers and high arched windows, allowing delegates extensive views of the beautiful Nectar Garden, as well as the zoo’s flamingos and butterfly forest. 

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Mick George Group achieve Sunday Times Top Track 250 Status

The 15th Annual ‘Sunday Times, Grant Thornton Top Track 250’ has been revealed and for the second consecutive year, local construction services supplier Mick George Group is included, having climbed more than 60 spaces in the rankings.

Compiled by Fast Track, a leading research and events company, the table ranks Britain’s privately-owned mid-market growth companies by performance. 

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‘Modular construction revolution sweeping industry’, says industry leader

20th September 2019: Extraspace Solutions, a leading modular construction company in the UK has today announced a rebrand to ESS Modular after a period of significant growth. Following a Management Buy Out in 2016, ESS Modular has more than doubled in size and now employs over 170 people across five sites and two manufacturing facilities in London, Manchester, Belfast, Dublin, and Cork.

Modular construction involves a precision manufacturing process where up to 85% of a building is manufactured and fitted out offsite. This allows for significant time savings on site, enhanced quality control and minimal disruption to local residents during the onsite construction phase.

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Modular pioneers set to share industry knowledge at Modular Matters

Taking place on 22nd October at the National Conference Centre, Birmingham, this year's widely acclaimed Modular Matters conference and exhibition will demonstrate the versatile application of volumetric modular technology in all sectors. The event will highlight the latest developments, innovations and investments in the modular and volumetric space, providing opportunities to engage with supply chain pioneers, designers, specifiers, engineers and clients.

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