The latest reports from Open Doors Week 2017
The ‘kissing links’ structure that will make up the roof of a new shopping centre at King’s Cross Coal Drops Yard is certainly striking.
Getting wired at Galliford Try's Anchorage HouseVideoSubscription
“I love this place, I want to be on site, I would sleep here if I had to.”
The sun is shining as we walk around Kier’s site on the University of Northampton’s Waterside Campus.
Willmott Dixon gives Old Trafford the limelightSubscription
“I remember the first community engagement events we had two years ago for this building,” reflects one member of our tour group.
The Royal Academy of Music is alive with the sound of drills VideoSubscription
Ever heard opera singing, trombones playing and drilling happening all at the same time?
Open Doors shows paradise demolished and remadeSubscription
The gates of Paradise Birmingham were thrown open for Open Doors 2017.
If you’ve been to Buxton in the last 20 years, it’s likely you’d have noticed a stunning 18th-century building that was in something of a sorry state.
”Let’s have a selfie then!” enthuses Kim, Willmott Dixon’s liaison officer, and our tour group of local college trainees duly oblige.
“This is scary!” says one young student as she and her friends are taken through the shell of her school mid-refurbishment.
The Canary Wharf estate is already home to a number of tall buildings – but rising out of the ground on the wharf’s western side, closest to the City of London, is a tower shaping up to be one of the most striking yet built on the site.
Hallsville Quarter is a major regeneration project in the heart of Canning Town, situated directly opposite the entrance to the London Underground and Docklands Light Railway station.
Canary Wharf shows off its huge redevelopment of the Shell Centre on banks of the River Thames.
School's out in Scotland to see Marr CollegeSubscription
Kier’s Marr College is contributing to the community in a big way in Scotland.
Rolling on the river with Thames TidewayVideoSubscription
Willmott restores 'birthplace of television' Alexandra PalaceVideoSubscription