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CONTENTS


NEWS, VIEWS & INSIGHTS


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Industry News View Point: Richard Hyams, director at astudio Site Lines: Combining cultures News Feature: Design in a time of Covid CPD Focus Industry Survey: Exploring current thinking in offsite construction Appointments & Company News Bathrooms & Washrooms Supplement


PROJECT REPORTS 41


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Planning & Design Structural Elements Groundworks & Drainage External Envelope Insulation Heating, Ventilation & Services Interiors


Safety & Security Landscaping & External Works Classified & Directory


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A timber oasis Sheppard Robson’s timber pavilion created in Manchester’s Spinningfields commercial district offers a contrasting distraction, with an exposed frame and richly textured elevations harking back to colonial buildings. James Parker reports


Escaping the pastiche Wimshurst Pelleriti, the architects behind a renovation and extension of a historic office building in London, explain how the practice pushed for a modern addition, rather than a proposed ‘pastiche’. Jack Wooler speaks to Leo Pelleriti


FEATURES 73


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STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS: FLOORS & FLOORING Cradle to compliance Peter Rigby at Cellecta proposes a simple way to achieve high levels of acoustic insulation to meet Part E in concrete floors, while providing acceptable tolerances


STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS: WATER & DAMP PROOFING Watertight concepts Christopher Burbridge from Delta Membranes looks at the importance of concrete in below ground waterproofing, and the key factors for achieving a robust specification


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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE: CLADDING & FACADES Cladding fit for the future With the government’s targeting net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, Paul Richards from Aquarian Cladding Systems looks at why brick cladding systems are ideal


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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE: DOORS & WINDOWS A safe bet for aesthetics and efficiency Mark Lester of Hörmann UK discusses the key features fire doors need to have for residential projects


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INSULATION: ACOUSTICS Closing the gap on acoustic performance Joe Cilia from finishes and interiors trade body FIS looks at how a new initiative helps improve the quality of interior acoustics


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