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New Dublin student residence benefits from dual purpose insulation
The Cork Street development, located in the centre of Dublin, is the third student accommodation site constructed as part of a collaboration between Hines Ireland and Hines UK.

4 days ago

Timber frame wall panels used for new timber academy
Timber frame insulated wall panels from Taylor Lane have been used in the construction of a new purpose built 2,500 sqm ‘living lab’ for the New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering (NMITE), designed to educate Centre of Advanced Timber Technology (CATT) students.
Sustainable flooring solution for University College London
University College London (UCL) has been expanding its presence in East London, with new accommodation as well as new academic, retail, community and public engagement spaces at One Pool Street, just a short distance from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
New access covers for University of Nottingham renovation
The University of Nottingham’s Florence Boot Hall is a student accommodation property that can house 200 students per year.
How to utilise technology to achieve sustainability goals
Penny Brinsley from Service Works Global discusses how the strategic use of sensors, facilities management software and the Internet of Things (IoT) can help university estate teams to drive sustainability on their campuses.
Queen’s does the Business
Queen’s University’s new £17.5m Business School provides state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities for more than 3,000 students and 130 academic staff on the Riddel Hall campus in Belfast. Peter Minnis RIBA, Project Director at TODD Architects, outlines how the School’s vision was achieved and how the scheme marks a new chapter for sustainable energy in the Northern Ireland.
Financial pressures on universities threaten building programmes
Total capital expenditure in the university sector is forecast to fall annually by 4-20% from 2022/23 predicts a report by PwC, commissioned by Universities UK.
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Sustainable new Sixth Form for Southampton’s King Edward VI
King Edward VI School approached Resonate before the pandemic to discuss how they could create an inspiring, fun, modern and flexible space that would encourage social and academic interaction in a positive way.

1 year ago

How can we make mainstream schools more inclusive for all?
Claire Mantle of the architectural practice ADP explains the principles she applies when designing SEND schools

1 year ago

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