Are fully wired systems still the best option?

There are a lot of fire safety products out there and knowing what is best for your building can sometimes be unclear. One topic that has been coming up recently is whether to go with a wireless system or a fully wired system. Wireless products are normally activated by sound Continue reading

Lytham St Annes College gets major revamp

Work to upgrade Lytham St Anne’s Technology & Performing Arts College (LSA) has now started and will see the construction of a state-of-the-art Design Technology (DT) building. The £5.6m refurbishment and development project is being delivered by regeneration and energy specialist ENGIE, on behalf of Lancashire County Council and LSA. Continue reading

Historic Birmingham Building Launches Next Phase Of Makeover

A ‘boutique’ theme is at the centre of a major refurbishment programme for Cornwall Buildings in Birmingham. The Grade II-listed building, which is owned by Bruntwood Works, is set to move into the next phase of its £1 million transformational refurbishment, introducing a scheme designed by the award-winning, Birmingham-based Associated Continue reading

Stepnell brings historic Warwickshire hotel back to life

CONSTRUCTION firm Stepnell has completed a £13.2 million restoration on a Grade II listed hotel in Stratford-Upon-Avon. Hotel Indigo Stratford-upon-Avon, formerly known as The Falcon Hotel, has upgraded its internal facilities whilst preserving the heritage of its historic exterior during a comprehensive refurbishment. The three-storey building, which features 93 boutique Continue reading

Glimpse Inside Refurbished Seaside Landmark

A MAJOR homebuilder is inviting househunters to step inside and discover the completed collection of refurbished apartments in one of East Lothian’s most iconic buildings. With all 21 bespoke apartments at Henderson House now complete, CALA Homes (East) is offering buyers the chance to view the remaining apartments inside the Continue reading