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Huisman, the leading Dutch supplier of heavy construction equipment for on and offshore companies, has chosen Forcepoint’s human-centric cybersecurity approach and cloud-based security platform to help accelerate its digital transformation journey

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For a mixed-use scheme worth £141 million, Skanska has been awarded the contract to build K1 Knightsbridge for The Olayan Group

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Bulwiengesa’s twelfth survey of the top seven cities in Germany has revealed GBI AG as Germany’s largest hotel project developer

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Plastecowood, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of high endurance, long life recycled plastic lumber, is tackling the problem of plastic waste head on with the launch of a new range of innovative fencing kits made entirely from recycled plastic waste

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The latest innovation in raised-access flooring, Magna’s magnetic fit system offers a versatile solution for installation in multi-purpose commercial premises, providing accessibility to underfloor services that cannot otherwise be installed in wall cavities

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According to data from the Ministry of Development, authorised licences to build new properties skyrocketed by 27 per cent in the first nine months of 2017 with the number of new build homes in Spain amounting to 60,695 compared to the same period in 2016

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Striking high gloss Proteus HR soffit panels and rainscreen cladding have been used on a futuristic Grade A office redevelopment next to Heathrow airport, London

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April 2018 saw the completion of six apartment blocks in Gibraltar with Andura’s Pro-Flex high performance coating. Built in the mid 1980s, the Watergardens, Gibraltar is a complex of six luxury apartment blocks up to 12 floors high comprising some 300 apartments.

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Work has commenced on the installation of the National Theatre’s new rooftop entertainment venue, with the new event space set for completion in summer 2018

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Replacing Europe’s ageing streetlight network with smart lampposts would save taxpayers up to €2.1 billion each year according to Sharing Cities programme director Nathan Pierce

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