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10 NEWS EVENTS AWARDS


National Building Awards 2019 28 March, London www.nationalbuildingawards.co.uk


EXHIBITIONS RIBA Stirling Prize 2018 Exhibition Ends 23 February, Liverpool www.architecture.com/whats-on


RIBA President’s Medal 2018 Exhibition Ends 22 March, Liverpool www.architecture.com/whats-on


SEMINARS Cost-Effective Sustainable Design Solutions 21 February, London www.architecture.com/whats-on


Inclusive Environments 27 February, Nottingham www.architecture.com/whats-on


Fire Safety for Designers Post-Grenfell 7 March, Gateshead www.architecture.com/whats-on


TRADE SHOWS Futurebuild 5 - 7 March, London www.futurebuild.co.uk


RCI Show


27 - 28 March, Coventry www.rcishow.co.uk


WORKPLACE Innovative workplace for Tileyard Studios


Architects Pilbrow & Partners have submitted a detailed planning application for what the firm says is an innovative workplace building for Tileyard Studios. The scheme, whose future is soon to be determined by The London Borough of Islington, will be part of “Europe’s most significant music and entertainment cluster.” From humble beginnings in largely derelict warehouses in Kings Cross in 2006, Tileyard Studios has grown to now house more than 1000 occupants, including 400 leading creative companies sharing knowledge and expertise. Pilbrow & Partners’ new building provides flexible workspaces, closely tuned to the particular demands of the sector, and “will support the development [Tileyard Studios] needs to grow its


RSK Group acquires Pellings ACQUISITION


RSK Group, one of the UK’s leading integrated environmental, engineering and technical services business, has announced that it has acquired design, property and construction consultancy Pellings. Pellings provides surveying, architecture,


planning and project management and facilities management services for housing, education and healthcare projects. Recent projects include a new care home and day centre in Southend on Sea and the redevelopment of Enfield Civic Centre.


The acquisition followed RSK securing


new funding from Ares Capital Europe (Ares) and NatWest. RSK’s founder and chief executive officer, Dr Alan Ryder commented: “This will be used to finance a strategic doubling in size over the next few years through the development of new businesses and the acquisition of bolt-on complementary businesses.” Pellings will become part of RSK’s


geosciences and engineering division. The company’s current leadership team,


business, having reached capacity at its current campus.” Fred Pilbrow, founding partner at


Pilbrow & Partners said, “The generous contemporary industrial space provides a robust framework within which recording studios, performance spaces and flexible workspace can be created.” The building, which the architects designed in collaboration with Patrick Bellew of Atelier Ten, will deliver “exemplary sustainability performance with a focus on health and wellbeing.”


Located 15 minutes’ walk north of


Kings Cross Station on York Way, the new purpose-built building aims to ‘bridge the gap’ in workspace provision between start-up space and the larger floorplates of office developments like Kings Cross.


including managing director Richard Claxton, will join RSK. Claxton commented: “The services we


offer are unique within the RSK group and will release significant synergies between the two businesses. Our existing client base, particularly in education, healthcare and the public sector, will provide useful introductions for other parts of the RSK group, and RSK will be able to provide several services that we currently subcontract through its internal supply chain.” He added: “With the support of RSK’s national and international network, we will be able to expand our services to a wider range of sectors in a greater geographical area.”


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