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Brick is best for Boxmoor

Boxmoor Construction is a great example of a modern building contractor, working on a diverse range of refurbishment and new-build projects across both the commercial and residential sector.  With a keen eye for contemporary design and a reputation for delivering modern, high-performance buildings, the company retains a natural preference for brick facades and a commitment […]

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Keeping it in the family. Charlie’s story.

Charlie Wilcox (16) has dreamed of following in his father’s footsteps as a bricklayer ever since he could lift a trowel.  The only career he has ever wanted to tackle, Charlie is now into his first year of his NVQ at the North East Surrey College of Technology (N.E.S.C.O.T) in Epsom. “With my dad being […]

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DESIGN DAY – BRICK WORKS HUGE SUCCESS!

On 16th June 2015 the Brick Development Association in partnership with The Building Centre launched one of the most ambitious expositions of brick contemporary design yet seen in the UK. The sold-out event marked the beginning of creating a highly active and connected community for like-minded individuals who want to discuss current and future challenges […]

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A FRESH LANDMARK FOR BELFAST ON THE SHORES OF THE LAGAN

The Lyric Theatre in Belfast, designed by O’Donnell and Tuomey Architects, was awarded Best Public Building and Specialist Brickwork Contractor of the Year, before finally emerging as Supreme Winner at the Brick Awards 2011.

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BELFAST’S ANSWER TO TATE MODERN: THE MAC

The MAC – Metropolitan Arts Centre – at the heart of the Cathedral Quarter in Belfast, designed by Hackett Hall McKnight, provides varied arts facilities for theatre, dance, exhibition and education, as well as café/bar facilities and meeting spaces.

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BATH HOUSE, BARKING CENTRAL II

The Bath House forms part of the Barking town centre regeneration by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. The overriding design principle for the scheme is to create a vibrant, diverse, high quality environment that introduces and reinforces links to the wider context of Barking Town Centre. The development provides active street edges at ground floor which generate that vibrancy and provide natural security.

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ADSHEAD PARK

This impressive Lutyens style home is designed to have the feeling of a real family home and provide a welcoming base for family weekends and entertaining guests.

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PALLANT HOUSE GALLERY

The Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, designed by Long and Kentish in association with Professor Sir Colin St John Wilson, was awarded the Gulbenkian Prize for Museums and Galleries in May 2007.

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SCHOOL OF SLAVONIC STUDIES

Short and Associates’ UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies in Bloomsbury is the world’s first application of passive downdraft cooling on a public building in a major city.

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THE LOVELACE MAUSOLEUM

Early in the 1870s the first Lord Lovelace (William King, eldest son of Peter, 7th Lord King, Baron of Ockham) began considering the construction of a mausoleum for himself and the second Lady Lovelace, following a steady progression of highly decorated Italianate style flint and brick buildings throughout the village. This unique little building (locally and nationally) is a culmination of his structural and decorative ingenuity.

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