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The Esker Education Together National School in Dublin was financed and constructed as part of the Department of Education and Skills’ Rapid Build Programme. The two-storey build consisted of 16 classrooms, six support teaching classrooms, a hall, library, staff room, two ball courts, a play area and associated ancillary accommodation. Construction began on January 2 2014 and was completed within the planned 34-week timeline, in time for the start of the academic year in September 2014. More than 1,200m of Wavin Tigris K1 pipe was installed during a 16-week period. This project was one of four new-build school contracts awarded to ABM Construction by the Department of Education and Skills’ Rapid Build Programme. The design and build consortium planned a fast-track on-site const...

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Public Sector Building Specification is read by specifiers and procurement officers working on construction related projects across the public sector.
The publication’s comprehensive editorial includes feature articles, case studies and a wide range of product information that is of key relevance to specifiers and managers working in this diverse and challenging environment.
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From the Editor

As an architect, I think three of the key words which apply to homes are space, quality and design. It’s patently clear now that house builders are unlikely to improve quality unless they forced to and that means regulations because in their minds quality (even good design) costs more money.

Extraordinary as it may seem, the trigger for change may not come from Government but from the public itself because buyers have suddenly become choosy and will not accept just anything, using their concerns about energy costs and comfort as the big sticks with which to beat the builder. Clearly, it’s all going to be change at the sharp end.

Speaking of change, we've got some exciting plans in the pipeline for Housing Specification itself. Our housing blog is a brand new online hub dedicated to housing news, discussion and debate. Focusing on industry issues, the blog will explore the socio-political factors that impact Britain's housing market today. We're also venturing into the Twittersphere. Follow us @HousingSpec for regular news and feature updates.


The Diamond is forever with help from Solus Ceramics

25th May, 2016

Leading tile supplier Solus Ceramics adds style to Sheffield University’s very own Diamond building with the use of its elegant Jurastone range.Named after its uniq...
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QRL puts safety first with LST radiator launch

23rd May, 2016

QRL Radiator Group has launched a brand new low surface temperature (LST) offering, designed to provide a safe, effective and efficient heating solution. The ne...
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Video of the Week

Ultrascape Flowpoint - BS 7533 compliant Ultrascape Flowpoint grout is ideal for urban regeneration schemes, allowing large areas to be pointed with ease. Watch

Article of the Month

Marley flexibility facilitates rainwater management for student flats

Forma 'Bespoke' aluminium column casings from Encasement have been used to conceal interior structural columns at the new customer services centre in Hove Town Hall, which provides local residents with access to a range of services from Brighton & Hove Council.... read more

Urban Regeneration

Metrotile gives new lease of life to visitor centre

23rd May, 2016

Lightweight steel roofing company Metrotile UK has completed the renovation of a leaking roof at the lakeside visitor centre of a countryside park in South Wales.The innovative roo...
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Social Housing

DECC pays visit to Wetherby project

25th May, 2016

Representatives from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), along with local MPs, local councils and energy companies have visited a site in Gosport, Hampshire to find...
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