It is essential for successful companies to be able to overcome market shifts and economic stresses by innovating and solution-finding. Especially in an ultra-competitive environment like today, bringing staff back into the office to increase work efficiency is key for business survival.Read more
For over 40 years, Apollo Park has been at the forefront of developing innovative space division solutions, for commercial offices, healthcare and education sectors.
It is essential for successful companies to be able to overcome market shifts and economic stresses by innovating and solution-finding. Especially in an ultra-competitive environment like today, bringing staff back into the office to increase work efficiency is key for business survival.
The opening of the Elizabeth line is the start of a new chapter in transport history. But how do you create contemporary ticket halls and platforms to complement the original and historic stations of London?
World Ocean Day is a celebration that propels action throughout the year to protect our planet. The purpose of this day is to inform the public of the impact of human actions on the ocean. It is an opportunity to unite the world’s population on a project for the sustainable management of the world’s oceans.
Workspace environments are perceived as being the place where the work gets done. An optimal working environment considers numerous physical, mental, and also social aspects of work. In this article, I would like to shed light on the role played by acoustics in this context, specifically for International Noise Awareness Day.
International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The campaign's theme for this year is #BreakTheBias, striving toward a gender equal world free of discrimination and bias, a world that is diverse and inclusive for all.
In an industry that started off as largely male-dominated, it is good to see more construction companies embracing the power and value of women as a part of their workforce. SAS celebrate this day by shining a spotlight on just a few of our hugely talented and fast-growing female workforce.
Beginning in 1966, The Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) National Awards are given to the best new buildings throughout the UK in recognition of their significant contributions to architecture. SAS International are delighted to have been involved with many of the RIBA National Award 2021 project winners.
SAS International are competing in the Dig Deeper Race for the third year in a row. The race takes place in the heart of the Lakes on Friday 24th September 2021. The base will be the Youth Hostel Association Langdale in Ambleside. Steeped in history, the YHA Langdale is a sprawling Victorian mansion with breath-taking views of the Langdale Pikes and Loughrigg Fell. Perched above its own three-tier arboretum and managed by the National Trust, it’s an ideal base for Dig Deeper 6.
On the 18th September 2021, six employees at SAS International will take part in the Malvern Hills Challenge, a highly successful fundraising event which is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary. The determined participants include: Tom Hilton (Maintenance Manager), Faye Quinn (CAD Technician), Harriet Rolls (Quality Manager), Lucy Prince (Purchasing and Planning Assistant), Matthew Chance (Production Engineer), and Parminder Dharewal (Management Accountant).
The transportation and mass transit environments are unique in that they require a combination of durability, aesthetics, and technical performance. Metal ceiling solutions are ideally suited for these environments and can comfortably satisfy the demanding project requirements.
With so many companies in the marketplace, finding the appropriate architectural product can be challenging. Working with a specialized manufacturer that caters directly to architects and subcontractors can have numerous benefits and make work life a lot easier.
With experts warning that, even with a vaccine, we could be living with Coronavirus for years to come, the selection of materials and finishes to impede cross contamination and enable enhanced cleaning protocols will be key to providing clean and safe indoor environments.
Now that we have all become much more virus-transmission aware, designers and building owners need to be delivering confidence to people who will continue to use communal spaces