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Bjarke Ingels Group unveils design of Vestre factory in Norway
Bjarke Ingels Group and furniture manufacturer Vestre have unveiled the design for The Plus, a sustainable furniture factory project located in Magnor, Norway.
Kier transforms Treorchy Comprehensive School in Wales
Kier has refurbished and redeveloped Treorchy Comprehensive School as part of Wales’ 21st Century Schools programme and handed over to Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council.
City of London Corporation gives planning approval to Museum of London
The City of London Corporation’s Planning and Transportation Committee gave approval to plans for a new £337m home for the Museum of London in West Smithfield.
OMA and LOLA submit refined design of Feyenoord Stadium in Rotterdam
OMA and LOLA have presented the revised design of the Feyenoord Stadium to the quality team in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Warren and Mahoney announces opening of precinct in New Zealand
Global architectural and interior design practice Warren and Mahoney has announced the opening of the retail and hospitality precinct at Commercial Bay, Auckland in New Zealand to the public.
May’s top news stories
Mott MacDonald introduced a design and construction rehearsing tool, Mirvac filed planning application for a site at 383 La Trobe Street and NCC won a contract from Fabege to construct an office building in Sweden. Designbuild-network.com wraps up the key news stories of May 2020.
Vauxhall Cross Island, South London
Vauxhall Cross Island is a proposed £600m ($648m) mixed-use development in London, UK. The scheme will include the development of a hotel, offices, new retail and residential establishments, and improvements to the public realm of Vauxhall.
Glancy Nicholls Architects appoints WSP for Birmingham energy centre
Glancy Nicholls Architects has appointed engineering professional services consultancy WSP to develop the engineering design of a renewable energy centre for the University of Birmingham at Tyseley Energy Park.
One Eastside, Birmingham
One Eastside is an upcoming residential skyscraper in Birmingham, UK. It will be the city’s second tallest building and the tallest residential scheme, standing at a height of 160m.
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