Category Archive for: Educational

Work has now been completed by d+b facades at The Natural History Museum, Kensington. A world-class museum with more than 80 million objects and an acclaimed research institution. The original Waterhouse building was extended to the East in the early 1970’s with the addition of the Palaeontology Building constructed from pre-cast concrete and featuring curtain
d+b facades is pleased to announce works have commenced to overclad the Construction Skills building at the Huntingdon Campus of Cambridge Regional College, the largest further education college in the East of England. As the building’s windows have already been replaced, the new overcladding will require a carefully designed junction detail in order to fully
Embedded within d+b facades’ can-do culture is a commitment to outstanding customer service, not just throughout a project but for years thereafter, so when Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) needed modifications to the facade on the James Parsons Building 10 years after the project was completed, d+b facades was delighted to assist. The James Parsons
d+b facades is pleased to announce it is to undertake pre-construction works prior to refurbishing ‘K’ block, Harlow College. Building  ‘K’  is a  three-storey former  Secondary  School  Science Laboratory block,  constructed circa  1970’s.  The building’s appearance and character have become out–of-keeping with the majority of the College Campus following recent upgrades to the building stock
d+b facades is pleased to announce that its £2m project for the Natural History Museum, Tring, which houses one of the largest ornithological collections in the World, was Highly Commended beating challenging competition from some of the UK’s leading museums including the Imperial War Museum, The British Museum and the National Museum of Wales.  The
d+b facades are pleased to announce it has have been awarded the contract to remove existing cladding from a 6 storey block for East Coast College at its Lowestoft Campus on St Peter's Street and replace with an A1 Vitradual cladding system. Originally built in 1961, the block was clad in ACM panels in 2014.