A Pokémon-themed gym has opened in Osaka, Japan, the first of its kind anywhere in the world. The gym is actually a selection of paid games spread across two floors, each one allowing its player to digitally interact with a wide variety of Pokémon. Also on site is a Pokémon-themed café and a gia
Sandy Adam Elgin-based housebuilder Springfield Properties has announced a 14 per cent increase in turnover to £84 million following a “significant increase” in affordable house building in the central belt.
Mike Petter, Considerate Constructor Scheme chairman and Gemma Nicoll, Robertson Group community development manager Robertson Group has earned Associate Membership status with the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS).
Gaiety Theatre, Ayr Projects aimed at revitalising Kilsyth main street, converting a derelict warehouse into a community facility in Helensburgh and renovating the Ayr Gaiety theatre are among those to benefit from a £1.7 million fund from the Scottish Government.
Painting and decorating students Ben Herne, Mauro Rosmaninho, and Jordan Charters with civil engineering associate degree student Wendy Ross Edinburgh College’s construction department raised the roof as students who have proved they are built of the right stuff were celebrated at the college’s
Steven Holl Architects have received the go-ahead to build a pair of skyscrapers in Copenhagen harbour, linked by a pedestrian and cycle bridge 65 metres above the water's surface. Nearly eight years after winning a competition for the site, the New York firm revealed that its Copenhagen Gate propos
It is expected that it will cost up to £35 million to restore Glasgow’s fire-ravaged School of Art building, with work projected to start next summer and be completed by 2018, according to a timetable issued by the restoration team.
Edinburgh Napier University has been awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for its internationally acclaimed work in timber engineering, sustainable construction and wood science. The prestigious award recognises the global impact of the University’s research into construction innovations and re