Architectural ironmongery specification awards celebrate 40th anniversary with mega call for entries

Architects and specifiers can now nominate their projects for the internationally recognised Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards 2022. Organised by the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) in conjunction with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the awards are designed to identify and reward excellence in the specification of architectural ironmongery. Celebrating their 40th anniversary, the Continue Reading

Rainlight Studio wins competition to design significant elements for the public realm of the Qatari city of Lusail, marking a new era of urban art for the 21st century

Qatar/London 18 October 2021; Rainlight Studio has been appointed by Elan Media, after a competitive bid, to design the digital out of home advertising assets, including gateway totems and boulevard totems in the city of Lusail, Qatar.  These elements are a central part of the planned city Lusail’s public realm, Continue Reading

Aarsleff Ground Engineering AB in Sweden invests in the world’s first battery-powered pile driving rig

Aarsleff Ground Engineering AB invests in the world’s first battery-powered pile driving rig and will become the first company on the market to offer a more climate-friendly construction site for piling work. Aarsleff Ground Engineering AB takes the lead when working with sustainability within their business area by investing in Continue Reading

IEA warns world’s clean energy transition is ‘too slow’: Will the UK meet its net-zero goal?

The International Energy Agency has warned that clean energy progress is “far too slow” to put global emissions into sustained decline towards net-zero. The Paris-based organization made this announcement during the release of its World Energy Outlook 2021. The IEA’s new World Energy Outlook makes it clear that countries’ efforts Continue Reading

Dialogue continues after Ministerial meeting with SNIJIB in Northern Ireland as DfE pushes ahead with plans for Traineeship plumbing qualifications

The serious concerns about training in the plumbing and heating sector in Northern Ireland will continue to be addressed after a high-level Ministerial meeting in the Legislative Assembly this week (October 6) attended by the Scotland and Northern Ireland Joint Industry Board (The SNIJIB – which is made up of members of Continue Reading