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Yearly Archives: 2017

ESFA Output Specification

You can now download: Output Specification 2017: ESFA Employer’s Requirements part B – a suite of documents and tools which forms part B of the requirements for the design and construction of school building projects, and Output Specification: Building Performance Evaluation Methodology From the ESFA.

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SPACES Awards 2017 – Winners

The President’s Dinner and Awards was held on Friday 3rd November 2017 at the Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Meriden. At the dinner the winners of this year’s awards were announced. Our congratulations go to The Word, South Shields who won the Civic Building of the Year Award, sponsored by NPS. Further […]

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Young Visionary Award Shortlist

The following have been shortlisted for the SPACES Young Visionary Award: Kirsty Pesticcio, Architect, Atkins Ltd. Matthew Symonds, Building Surveyor, Hampshire County Council Sophie Smith, Building Surveyor, Atkins Ltd. Congratulations goes to all those that shortlisted and nominated. The Winner will be announced at the President’s Dinner and Awards on Friday 3rd November 2017.

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LinkedIn

SPACES now has a LinkedIn page, developed by the progression board.  Don’t forget you can still follow us on twitter.

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Bernard Wyld

With sadness, I am writing to inform you that Bernard Wyld, a long standing member and contributor to SCALA, former Company Secretary and Administrator, and SCALAnews editor passed away last Monday afternoon (14th August). You can find his obituary here.

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Visionary Awards – update

As part of the SPACES Awards the Progression Board have developed an award for those that are starting out on their careers and who are delivering Public Building Sector projects. The award is aimed at early career professionals (aged 18-35 years old) who are working in or on projects for the public sector. The aim […]

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New Visionary Awards

As part of the SPACES Awards the Progression Board have developed an award for those that are starting out on their careers and who are delivering Public Building Sector projects. The award is aimed at early career professionals (aged 18-35 years old) who are working in or on projects for the public sector. The aim […]

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