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Mitigating the Energy Performance Gap

Graduate Project Manager, Jason Crozier, explored the topical issue of the Energy Performance Gap in his recent dissertation, which has been awarded the Construction Dissertation Prize by Oxford Brookes University. International agreements to reduce carbon emissions...

Chirk Leisure Centre reopened following successful refurbishment

On 26 July 2017, the Chirk Leisure and Activity Centre was reopened following extensive refurbishment to improve provision for the local community. The centre was reopened by the Major of Wrexham, Councillor John Pritchard. Clarkson Alliance provided design, project...

Planning approved for fitness centre at Phyllis Court Club, Henley

Phyllis Court Club is a private members club in Henley; Clarkson Alliance is providing project and cost management services to the club to develop a fitness centre, something that has been discussed at the club since 1938! The planning application has now been...

New visuals released of luxury Czech development

Clarkson Alliance is acting as Development Manager at a unique residential community, Oaks. Oaks is situated outside the city of Prague, and lies in the heart of beautiful natural surroundings, whilst also providing easy access to both the airport and the city centre....

Poplar Baths restoration project wins New London Architecture Award

A project to restore Poplar Baths in London, rescuing the Grade II listed site from dereliction has been recognised at the New London Architecture (NLA) Awards, winning the Conservation and Retrofit category. The restoration of the baths was part of a wider...

Congratulations to Graduate Project Manager, Jason Crozier

One of Clarkson Alliance’s rising stars, Jason Crozier, has recently been awarded a first class degree – a BSC in Construction Project Management from Oxford Brookes University. His dissertation entitled: “Mind the Gap: Practically achieving carbon reduction /...

BIM: Adapt BIM documents to appeal to each party

The documents required to run BIM are guidelines that need to be adapted for each project. The documents should be adapted for each discipline based on what each group wants to achieve, providing a roadmap of how BIM will be carried out. View the final lesson learned...

BIM: Early contractor involvement means less issues on site

Each project is stronger because of the input of specialists on the team.  A contractor’s expertise in making a design tangible is more beneficial the earlier they can be involved. View the latest lesson in our series of 50 Lessons Learned from using BIM on a research...

BIM: Use BIM for best logistical sequencing

BIM can be used to plan logistics during the construction phase.  It is often easier to visualise tasks when they are in 3D compared to looking at 2D plans so the optimum arrangement of activities can be identified more easily. View the latest lesson learned from our...

Procurement routes influence BIM’s effectiveness

Choosing the right procurement route amplifies BIM’s benefits so this is an important consideration which impacts on time and cost. View the latest lesson from our BIM research project funded by Innovate...