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    Midas Group is one of the largest independent property services providers in the UK, and has offices throughout the South West and South Wales across its specialisms: Construction, Retail, Interiors,...
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    Osborne is a leading family-owned construction, civil engineering and property services business. It builds and maintains the homes, amenities, and infrastructure that everyone depends on...
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    Built on the experience gained supplying power solutions for the marine and automotive industry, Off Grid Energy strives to deliver, efficient, low carbon, grid quality power solutions for people in...
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    Marketing construction companies and contractors, as well as construction-related product manufacturers, suppliers and distributors, is our specialty. We have years of experience in construction...
  • Article - 16 May 2003
    The use of volumetric modular construction was used for the construction of affordable homes in West London to satisfy the requirements of the housing association, which requested innovation....
  • Article - 23 Jun 2003
    A low-cost prefabricated construction system using sheets of expanded polystyrene insulation reinforced with corrosion resistant steel and coated with concrete is described. Abstract.
  • Article - 31 Mar 2003
    A new ‘off-site’ built housing structure, the Modular Accommodation System (MAS) has been developed by Clerkenwell-based practice, Bluebase.
  • Article - 31 Mar 2003
    Bedzed, the brain child of Physics professor Bill Dunster, is the UK’s first carbon neutral neighbourhood which makes a zero contribution to global warming.
  • Article - 21 Jun 2004
    The Kouga Cultural Centre in Humansdorp, South Africa, was constructed using locally-available raw materials and local labour to emphasise sustainability and environmentally friendly practices....
  • Article - 16 Apr 2004
    The Beddington Zero Energy Development ( BedZED ) sustainable residential project, and the views of its architect, Bill Dunster, are discussed. Topic.