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Construction Business News - Newcastle-headquartered Black and White Engineering have grown significantly in the last 12 months, adding 22 people to its workforce. Key recruits across the company s Newcastle, Edinburgh and London offices have bolstered the business, growing headcount by an impressive 44 per cent. This has created long term, progressive changes within the firm, with specific investment in their sustainability and BIM management teams.


North East engineering firm grows by nearly 50 per cent despite pandemic

Construction Business News - What is the future of BIM in the Rainscreen Cladding Industry BIM can be used to design and document entire buildings including the full infrastructural designs. Every single detail can be modelled in BIM, right down to the material selected, the thickness of that material and the finish used.


Less Carbon, Less Energy and Less Money Spent

Construction Business News - A North East property developer has announced the next phase of ambitious growth plans as it gears up to meet strong demand for its services and expertise.


North East resi developers in new strategic partnership

Construction Business News - 19 04 21 Construction work has started on Beyond Housing s 16 million development of 113 homes at Mill Meadows, Filey.


Construction starts on the final phase of Filey development

Construction Business News - North East architectural technologists Ergo Projects is expanding its operations after winning work to design dozens of new homes in the North West for a leading house builder.


Expansion for North East architectural technologists

Construction Business News - 31 03 2021 After more than fifteen years in planning and development, the final property has been sold at the Teal Farm housing development in Washington.


Final property sold at popular Teal Farm development

Construction Business News - First time buyers in the North East have an opportunity to take their first step on the property ladder in 2021 following the launch of a new Government-backed Help to Buy scheme, which will be available for buyers to take advantage of at Barratt Homes nearby Merrington Park and Burton Woods developments in Spennymoor.


New Help to Buy scheme set to help first time buyers in Durham to realise home o








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Construction Business News - A North East property developer has announced the next phase of ambitious growth plans as it gears up to meet strong demand for its services and expertise.


North East resi developers in new strategic partnership

Construction Business News - 19 04 21 Construction work has started on Beyond Housing s 16 million development of 113 homes at Mill Meadows, Filey. The final phase of the Mill Meadows development, carried out by Beyond Housing in partnership with Termrim Construction, will see 113 new homes for sale, bringing the total number of homes at the scheme to 297.


Construction starts on the final phase of Filey development

Construction Business News - First time buyers in the North East have an opportunity to take their first step on the property ladder in 2021 following the launch of a new Government-backed Help to Buy scheme, which will be available for buyers to take advantage of at Barratt Homes nearby Merrington Park and Burton Woods developments in Spennymoor.


New Help to Buy scheme set to help first time buyers in Durham to realise home o

Construction Business News - What is the future of BIM in the Rainscreen Cladding Industry BIM can be used to design and document entire buildings including the full infrastructural designs. Every single detail can be modelled in BIM, right down to the material selected, the thickness of that material and the finish used.


Less Carbon, Less Energy and Less Money Spent

Construction Business News - 31 03 2021 After more than fifteen years in planning and development, the final property has been sold at the Teal Farm housing development in Washington.


Final property sold at popular Teal Farm development

Construction Business News - Newcastle-headquartered Black and White Engineering have grown significantly in the last 12 months, adding 22 people to its workforce. Key recruits across the company s Newcastle, Edinburgh and London offices have bolstered the business, growing headcount by an impressive 44 per cent.


North East engineering firm grows by nearly 50 per cent despite pandemic








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