All Restoration and Repair Articles

Eight positive signs for construction
As 2022 closes, we highlight reasons to be cheerful about construction
Scale of Ukraine reconstruction highlighted at Bauma
Cost of reconstruction could be as high as US$540 billion
Historic UK power station now a residential development
Public invited to view €10bn transformation of London’s Battersea Power Station
Mace completes restoration at ZSL London Zoo
The Grade II listed project at the zoo required restoration work
Kingspan to build €200m tech campus in Ukraine
Insulation specialist says new site is needed to help meet demand for energy efficient buildings
The future of German infrastructure
Government prioritises infrastructure projects and a climate-neutral construction sector
14th century tomb found beneath Notre Dame
Crews preparing to erect scaffolding at Notre Dame Cathedral have unearthed a fully preserved sarcophagus
Houses of Parliament ‘literally’ crumbling
Survey team of 50 experts finds ‘thousands of structural issues’ are at root of the Houses of Parliament’s £2 million a week maintenance bill
Contractors lend a hand with European flood disaster clean up
Local construction and other industries initiate European flood disaster clean up
Cathedral restored using Geda transport platforms
Geda 500 Z/ZP and GEDA 1500 Z/ZP models assist repairs to the spire of Austria’s largest cathedral
Nottingham Castle’s €33 million restoration
Historic castle, once home to Richard I and occupied by the Sheriff of Nottingham, restored
Historic Irish church refurbished and preserved
Best conservation practice brings Dublin’s Scots back into use 
Queries about €1.14 billion Laing O’Rourke project
Laing O’Rourke set to sell well-positioned manufacturing plant shortly after starting work on €1.14 billion redevelopment project
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