All Industrial articles – Page 3

  • News

    Made in China


    Atkins has won a competition to design a container port in eastern China.

  • Electrical substation for 2012 Olympics

    Image: Power behind 2012 Olympics revealed


    The NORD Architecture-designed substation will be built from crushed materials from demolished buildings on site

  • News

    Flights of fancy


    Foreign Office Architects and Altarea-Cogedim have won a competition to design production, research and education facilities for the European aerospace industry at the 40ha former Montaudran Aerodrome site in Toulouse, south-west France.

  • News

    Into the valley


    Developer Gazeley UK is to build a £50m eco-friendly business park in Staffordshire.

  • Mossessian Building E Paddington Basin

    Work starts on Mossessian's Paddington Basin scheme


    Architect sees work begin on one Merchant Square building, and receives planning for adjacent residential block

  • RMJM's masterplan for Leith Docks

    RMJM submits masterplan for regeneration of Leith Docks


    Architect reveals design for largest planning application in Edinburgh’s history

  • Spode kiln

    Stoke Vision and Modus to develop potteries site


    Elements of the historic Spoke pottery will be retained in mixed-use scheme

  • News

    The Koolhaas effect


    Architect Rem Koolhaas’ practice, Office for Metropolitan Architecture, has won an international competition with this design for a stock exchange in Shenzen, China.

  • A visualisation of the biomass generator

    Alsop to design Eden rival in Norfolk


    Architect Will Alsop is to enhance his green credentials by designing a £250m biomass power station in East Anglia

  • News

    Skyline with a French twist


    This 300m skyscraper was chosen by French developers Unibail for the La Défense business district in Paris to give the skyline a landmark building in the way Swiss Re has done in London.

  • Features

    Cost model: Small industrial units


    They’re flexible, investor-friendly and easy to build. But how much does it cost to construct small industrial units? Max Wilkes of Davis Langdon explains

  • News

    Turning a new Leith


    Make Architects has submitted a detailed planning application for an £80m mixed-use scheme in Westfield, Edinburgh that would provide 176 homes and meet the city’s sustainable design guide for energy efficiency.

  • News

    Dubais double whammy


    International architect Gensler has unveiled this image of a 140,000 m² extension to the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

  • At developer Stanhope’s 14,300 m² Chiswick Park, west London, buildings are clustered and retail outlets brought within the office shells to create a mini-community

    Cost model: Business parks


    Business parks are back, but this time they need to be sustainable and mixed-use. Neal Kalita of Davis Langdon examines how developers can meet the evolving needs of planners and occupiers without breaking the bank

  • Features

    Cost study: Scottish gas headquarters


    Built on a former gasworks (appropriately), Scottish Gas’ HQ is an elegant and energy-efficient addition to Edinburgh’s rapidly changing waterfront. Architect Foster and Partners, environmental engineer Battle McCarthy and cost consultant Davis Langdon explain how they did it.

  • Features

    Cost study: Warwick University International Manufacturing Centre


    Partnering and value engineering helped slice 5% off time and cost on the third phase of Warwick University’s International Manufacturing Centre. This Movement for Innovation demonstration project is reviewed by Warwick University, Edward Cullinan Architects and Northcroft

  • Features

    Cost model: Effect of Part L revisions on business parks and offices


    The revisions to Part L of the Building Regulations come into force on 1 April 2002, and many schemes on the drawing board will need to comply. Davis Langdon Everest, in conjunction with consulting engineer Oscar Faber, explains how the revisions will impact on business parks and city ...

  • Features

    Cost model: PFI projects


    The government has swept aside opposition and committed itself to the use of the private sector in delivering public services. With private finance sure to have a growing role in the government’s building programme, it’s time to ask if PFI will be able to deliver. Davis Langdon Everest ...

  • Features

    Cost study: National Agriculture Centre


    In common with many farmers, the Royal Agricultural Society sees diversification as the key to increased competitiveness. The society hopes that the new exhibition hall at its National Agriculture Centre in Warwickshire will allow it to attract general trade shows and give the nearby Birmingham National Exhibition Centre a run ...

  • Features

    Cost study: Incineration plant


    Sewage waste must now be incinerated rather than dumped at sea. In the Mersey valley, an award-winning, state-of-the-art incineration plant sets a model for fitting this bulky new building type into its surroundings and building to a budge