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24 APPOINTMENTS & NEWS; PROJECT REPORT: COMMERCIAL & WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTS


EOS Facades – Celebrate Success at the Offsite Awards


overall expertise in offsite construction and with over 200 hundred entries – competition was fierce. EOS Facades reached the finals in no less than four categories and were delighted to collect two awards on the night. Steve Thompson, MD of EOS Facades, said


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of the success: “The EOS team had an excellent evening and we are delighted to be presented with two awards on the night. It is a great accolade to have our work recognised by such a prestigious panel of judges.” The first award went Southwark Town


Hall, highly commended in Commercial Project of the Year category. “This was a challenging and complex


project which called for some well thought through solutions,” said Steve. Transformed using offsite technology – the


mixed-use commercial scheme offers leisure facilities including a theatre, café, artist


he Offsite Construction Awards are a platform to showcase innovation, celebrate best practice and recognise


studios, whilst also housing student accommodation for Goldsmiths University. Cost and programme certainty, together with sustainability and versatility, were the key drivers for the specification of an offsite manufactured steel framing system for the Southwark Town Hall development. Speed of build to accommodate the students of Goldsmiths University in time for the new semester, was another crucial requirement behind the specification decision. The second award went to EOS Facade’s


Brodick Ferry Terminal, highly commended in Infrastructure Project of the Year. The £18m development on the Isle of


Backing the best of office architecture


GEZE UK is backing the very best in office architecture by sponsoring the Office Architect of the Year category in the BD Architect of the Year Awards for the third year running. The category was open to all architects working on the design of offices


including new developments and refurbishments. Entries showcase one project built in the last three years and another either built or unbuilt. The ceremony for the awards – now in their 14th take place on 18th


year – will April 2018 at Westminster Park Plaza Hotel,


London. For details of the awards see www.awards.bdonline.co.uk. 01543 443000 www.geze.co.uk


Arran, enhances connectivity and ultimately tourism, between the mainland and the remote island. The adverse weather and the ground conditions presented major challenges for the design and construction teams. Built on solid rock, traditional foundations and construction methods were not an option – offsite technology offered the only viable solution. The robust steel framing system, designed, manufactured and supplied by EOS Facades, is strong, resilient and developed to deal with the increased wind loads of the island location, whilst remaining a highly efficient solution. This striking ferry terminal demonstrates the immense capabilities of efficient offsite construction methods. EOS were able to meet the tight deadline with a rapid and robust predominantly offsite system, which provided the optimum solution to deliver this challenging project.


01325 303030 www.eos-facades.co.uk New ‘ultra matt’ wood flooring designs


Kährs will be celebrating a ‘Raw Design’ theme at London’s Clerkenwell Design Week, with the launch of new nature-inspired and sustainable ‘ultra matt’ wood flooring designs. Over the three days, visitors can meet the Kährs


team with refreshments on the roof top terrace, enjoy a themed workshop, and will have the chance to win one of the new flooring designs. Visit Kährs during the event (22-24 May) at the Kährs Design Studio, 5 Albemarle Way, Clerkenwell EC1V 4JB.


023 9245 3045 www.kahrs.com Contour from Luceco lights the way in Valencia


Contour from Luceco has been installed at the Valencia-Cabañal Railway Station located in the Cabañal-Cañamelar neighbourhood in the Spanish city of Valencia. Contour is the ideal linear fluorescent luminaire replacement where continuous runs of illumination are required in many commercial and service environments. The LED lighting system consists of connectable modules offered in 600 mm, 1200 mm, 1500 mm and 1800 mm lengths that can be surface mounted, suspended or recessed. Seamless lines of cost effective LED lighting can be created with interconnecting power and module connectors including corners, T junction and cross pieces. Other options include direct and indirect lighting distribution as well as DALI and emergency Self-Test variants. The original station of Cabañal was opened in 1862 with a new station built alongside in 1991. Current railway facilities owners Adif are now benefitting from over 50,000 hours operational life offered by Contour as well as no maintenance over the lifetime of the luminaire, an important factor when considering applications such as railway stations where 24 hours a day operation may be required.


01952 238100 www.luceco.com


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