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News archive - September 2015

Industry struggles to meet BIM deadline

Industry struggles to meet BIM deadline  » 

Three quarters of construction professionals do not believe the industry is ready to meet mandatory BIM Level 2 requirements by 2016, according to research conducted by UK Construction Week in partnership with BRE, the leading authority on the built environment.

Broadmoor Hospital redevelopment reaches half-way point

Broadmoor Hospital redevelopment reaches half-way point  » 

West London Mental Health NHS Trust is constructing a series of new buildings that will replace the historic Broadmoor Hospital.

Planning cruicial for NHS estate

Planning cruicial for NHS estate  » 

A few months on from one of the most-unpredictable general elections in recent memory, the focus is now firmly back on the NHS estate.

Lack of guidance stifles anti-ligature innovation

Lack of guidance stifles anti-ligature innovation  » 

Mental health design is a very-specialist area, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the manufacturing of products.

Rolling out the red carpet for dementia design

Rolling out the red carpet for dementia design  » 

Long-term maintenance costs and the ability to retain a pristine appearance over time are key considerations when selecting flooring products for health and social care settings.

Delivering open-plan safety with balustrade protection

Delivering open-plan safety with balustrade protection  » 

From a design perspective, if there is one thing that stands out about contemporary hospitals it’s the sense of space.

Coming clean about flooring

Coming clean about flooring  » 

Hygiene is an important factor within healthcare settings. In environments like operating theatres, acute care, and sterile areas, there’s an increasing emphasis on aseptic regimes to combat resistant infection. This means floors, wall, doors, and ceilings must be easy to clean and resistant to most chemicals and staining.

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