Perceptive Communicators is a multi-award-winning communications agency, specialising in Construction, Property and Economic Development.
Whether it’s raising awareness, building a brand, generating sales, securing planning permission or protecting reputations in a crisis, clients across the UK trust us to deliver communications solutions that achieve tangible results.
The CPD Certification Service was established in 1996 as the leading independent CPD accreditation institution operating across industry sectors to complement the Continuing Professional Development policies of professional institutes and academic bodies. The CPD Certification Service provides support, advice and recognised independent CPD accreditation compatible with global CPD principles.
Monthly magazine, website, newsletters and social media providing the Architect with daily updated information. The influence of the Architect is paramount and has the primary influence on the design and specifications across the whole construction industry. Our news and events coverage is a particular focus.
Landscape & Urban Design provides the UK’s major landscaping and urban design specifiers with a comprehensive look at the latest in the landscape design and management, design innovations, garden design, the built and natural environment, public space, green space, open space and environmental sustainability.
The glossy A4 perfect bound magazine is mailed to key specifiers throughout the UK. We have an interactive edition of the magazine which is distributed by email to key specifiers and enables readers to visit any of the feautured companies by clicking on the relevant hyperlink. The total combined digital and printed circulation of each edition is 62,000.
The Archetech magazine is an insightful information source for Architects, Architectural Technologists and Interior Designers. We feature lead stories on current projects, industry news and case studies so that our readers have the opportunity to keep up to date in the ever changing world of architecture and design.
Archetech offers architectural and design services to all those who are initiating, planning and implementing projects. Whether you’re an interior designer, architect, technician, investor or builder who is searching for inspiration for the next project, Archetech hosts the latest products, case studies and services to meet those needs.
With sharp editorial content, a cutting-edge design approach and informative written style, our advertisers and readers alike can take confidence in our experience and ability in matching your product to the needs of the marketplace.
Studio is an award winning publication aimed at professionals across the residential design sector, focusing on the best in design led products and projects.
Subscription to both Briefing and the print magazine are free, simply visit the website www.studio-news.com/subscribe and don’t forget to keep an eye on their Twitter (@newsfrom_Studio) and Instagram account (@newsfrom_studio) as the editorial team will be posting throughout the week
The publishers of Design Buy Build magazine, MH Media Group Ltd, are a ‘built from the ground up’ family-run business that began publishing the magazine in 2006. Over the years it has rapidly progressed into becoming one of the key publications in the building and construction industry as it is now supported by over 50 of the most respected building and design associations in the country.
Focused on construction, self build and design, the Design Buy Build audience of 62,000 strong consist of architects, builders, local authorities, contractors, developers and related industry professionals who have all honed their skills in the construction sectors. The audience also includes RIBA registered architects, members of the British Institute of Interior Design and Housing Associations.
The readers of Design Buy Build benefit from gaining increased insight and awareness in their industry when subscribing to the bi-monthly magazine as all of the editorial content is carefully sourced by our in-house Editor. The articles inside each issue provide knowledge on upcoming products, the latest trends, and construction and self-build case studies.
The magazine is laid out in accessible sections such as ‘Doors, Windows & Fittings’ or ‘Lighting & Electrical’ which means that the publication not only inclusive for all, but also adds structure and cohesiveness for the reader. A hyperlink is also incorporated into the advert which serves to guide readers to the advertisers website. A full tracking facility is also available upon request of the advertiser in order to gain an understanding of ‘placement strategy’ ‘web hits’, and ‘reader interaction’.
The Art Of Design is a high class publication that has been fashioned for the person who understands what true design, fashion & lifestyle is….
Each edition features articles by the world’s leading & up and coming designers and showcase’s the very latest trends from a wide range of design solutions from the modern world. We also carry The Art Of Luxury section in the publication that focuses on a few of life’s luxuries. In this section you will find the latest car releases along with fashion showcases from some of the world leading brands.
All of which create a publication that boasts a dedicated following of professional readers, each and every item published had a hyperlink direct to the advertisers website. With a full tracking facility upon request advertisers can view a complete report on pages viewed, web hits & further information on request.
Women in Property creates opportunities, expands knowledge and inspires change for women working in the property and construction industry.
We believe that success and its rewards should be founded on merit and expertise, rather than gender. We actively seek an industry that is balanced, diverse and inclusive, so we nurture girls aspiring to a career in the built environment sector, as well as supporting those in ‘mid-career’ and at board level.
Our network links members to fellow professionals across sectors and across the UK. We are multi-disciplinary, encouraging an exchange of ideas and sharing of expertise, often through our extensive schedule of best practice workshops, site visits, key note talks and social events.
Find out how to join us here.
Since 1978, the Solar Trade Association (STA) has worked to promote the benefits of solar energy and to make its adoption easy and profitable for domestic and commercial users.
A not-for-profit association, we are funded entirely by our membership, which includes installers, manufacturers, distributors, large scale developers, investors and law firms.
Scotland's Towns Partnership is Scotland’s largest towns’ collective; representing and promoting the diversity of our towns and places, and supporting those organisations and groups that have an interest in or ownership of them.
Our role is to act as a hub for relevant News & Resources, knowledge and good practice; to support learning and Community through our events; to influence and share policies that impact towns; and to raise the profile of Scottish towns — which we do principally through our Scotland's Towns Week campaign which encourages towns to run activities and the public to use their local services.
We're the global professional body promoting and enforcing the highest international standards in the valuation, management and development of land, real estate, construction and infrastructure.
With offices covering the major political and financial centres of the world, our market presence means we're ideally placed to influence policy and embed standards at a national level.
We work at a cross-governmental level, delivering a single, international standard that will support a safe and vibrant marketplace in land, real estate, construction and infrastructure, for the benefit of all.
We accredit over 130,000 qualified and trainee professionals and any individual or firm registered with us is subject to our quality assurance. We're proud of our reputation and we guard it fiercely, so clients who work with our registered professionals can have confidence in the quality and ethics of the services they receive.
Premier Construction magazine is the flagship publication of ROMA Publications Ltd. This superb full-colour A4 magazine features construction projects from across the UK and profiles the industry’s most innovative companies.
As well as up-to-date news, features and reviews of construction projects, Premier Construction includes articles on travel, health and safety, new products and innovations and government legislation. The magazine provides a one-stop-shop for construction industry information in an eye-catching, interactive format.
Premier Construction has built up a focused client readership of 15,000 people including all the main decision makers in the construction industry. Our audience includes major contractors, construction companies, sub-contractors and suppliers, local government and local authorities, architects, quantity surveyors, mechanical and electrical engineers and structural engineers.
Homes for Scotland is THE voice of the home building industry in Scotland, representing some 200 companies and organisations which together deliver 95% of new homes built for sale each year and a significant proportion of affordable housing.
We are committed to improving the quality of living in Scotland by providing this and future generations of Scots with warm, energy-efficient, sustainable homes in places people WANT to live.
Our aim is to foster the conditions necessary to enable the home building industry to prosper and make a significant contribution to Scotland's social, economic and environmental well-being.
BUT, with housing production having slumped by 40% since 2007, the scale of this challenge is huge. This is starkly demonstrated by the fact that only 16,000 new homes were built in 2015, some 54% less than the 35,000 new homes the Scottish Government wished to see being delivered by this time in order to meet housing demand and tackle house price inflation.
The Glasgow Institute of Architects (GIA) is the largest Chapter in the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS). With over 1200 members located from the Scottish Borders to the islands of Argyll, the chapter covers a diverse membership.
The business of the Institute is run by a Council who sit on various committees covering:
The Council is made up of elected volunteers from the Chapter membership, an Honorary Treasurer and Secretary. A President is elected and serves a two year term, followed by a two year Past President role; other council members sit for three years as voting members.
GIA Council members also serve on RIAS Council and report on issues concerning the Chapter, and RIAS members as a whole. Members can raise issues with their local Chapter for discussions at RIAS.
The Institute administers Student Awards, gifted annually to students in each academic year of both the Glasgow Schools of Architecture, and has since 1979 presented Design Awards to recognise excellence in architecture by Chapter members. GIA is also responsible for continuing to award a Triennial travelling studentship for young members, now known as the Alexander Thomson Scholarship, which was created by our founding body, the Glasgow Architectural Society, in honour of their onetime President. The award promotes the study of Classical Architecture.
The GIA regularly hosts events such as CPD seminars and building visits for architects and organises workshops, competitions and publications in association with community groups and charitable organisations.
Launched in 1980, Construction Plant World Journal is published every two weeks, read by a worldwide audience of buyers and sellers of construction plant and equipment industries.
The Civil Engineering Contractors Association is the representative body for companies who work day-to-day to deliver, upgrade, and maintain the country’s infrastructure.
With more than 300 members split across eight regions, CECA represents firms who together carry out an estimated 70-80 per cent of all civil engineering activity in the UK, in the key sectors of transport, energy, communications, waste and water.
Our purpose is to promote the value good architecture and sustainable design adds to everyone’s lives. Our role is to help people – whether by enabling them to get more involved in shaping the places they live in or improving the design of the buildings they use. Well-designed buildings and places make the very best use of our resources and create places that help people and communities to flourish.
Construction UK Magazine is a leading trade publication within the construction industry which can help your company reach a responsive audience of over 81,000 readers. The publication provides an extensive look at breaking news, analysis, features, projects, product launches, discussions and interviews. Construction UK Magazine is the most cost-effective way to target decision makers within the industry and promote your brand.
We are global thought leaders, consultants, software developers and service providers in sustainable business and supply chain management. Our mission is to “Inspire sustainable business”.
Our aim is to extend the boundaries of best practice in sustainability by working with leading international clients who are recognised by their peers as leaders in their class. For example in 2012 Skanska was named Green Company of the year by The Sunday Times and both Molson Coors and United Utilities have been named as sector leaders on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index. We are happy to have helped these and all our clients on their sustainability journey.
Glasgow Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in Glasgow. As one of the oldest Chambers of Commerce in the world, the Chamber has a wealth of knowledge and expertise to help business succeed and grow.
Glasgow Chamber of Commerce was established by Royal Charter to promote the city's interests at home and abroad. Patrick Colquhoun, Glasgow's Lord Provost, drafted the constitution on 1 January 1783.
The ethos of the Chamber remains the same and we can broadly help by offering members business solutions, cost savings and opportunities to expand networks and reach.
We do this by:
Established for over 20 years, Construction National is a leading source of information for the UK construction sector covering news and views from and about the industry.
Published quarterly, the hard copy magazine carries regular features on the issues that matter – from working at height to advances in BIM – and profiles leading trade and professional bodies. It is to the fore in promoting environmentally friendly methods of construction and a regular housing section keeps its readers up-to-date with the latest developments in that sector
The magazine is also available free to view on its website at www.constructionnational.co.uk which is updated on a daily basis and is also the home of a popular online classified directory.
Its longevity and authoritative voice make Construction National a respected and cost-effective vehicle for advertising goods and services in and to the construction industry.
Architects Choice has an upstanding reputation in the architectural and construction industry. As Media One’s flagship title, Architect’s Choice has a strong relationship with its readership and advertisers and an undoubting position as a number one product magazine in the industry. Well recognised within the industry, AC serves as an insightful information source, featuring lead stories on current projects, features on large scale projects, topical debates on worldwide subjects in building and design and industry shifts and developments. AC readers have the opportunity to explore new and innovative product launches, industry news from their biggest competitors and keep up-to-date with the latest contracts and projects that are being undertaken. Architect’s Choice is targeted to the senior partners of every major architectural practice in the UK. The publication has established a loyal readership over 20 successful years, providing the industry with essential product, trend and technology information.
Refurb Renovation News, the UK’s leading product magazine is mailed to over 15,000 key refurbishment, renovation and conservation specifiers and purchasers within the industry.
The entire edition is also reproduced as a Digital Interactive Magazine as an exact replica of the A4 glossy (hard copy) magazine. This is sent out to a further 48,768 of the most up to date key refurbishment & Renovation specifiers, some of which include:
RIBA registered Architects, House Builders, Property Developers, Building Refurbishment contractors, Housing Associations, Quantity & Building Surveyors, Local Authorities, Interior Designers, Shop-fitting Contractors and key decision makers within the Hotel, Sport and Leisure sector.
First established in 2002 by former Building Centre director, Darren Jarvis, Construct UK was created to provide the UK construction marketing community with fast access to an independent and extensive resource of construction-specific sales, media and marketing information.
Our unique sales and marketing specific information was originally published as two, annually updated, print editions: The Construct UK Handbook and The Exporter’s Guide to the UK Construction Market. Within five years the resource had evolved to become the most comprehensive online directory of information specifically compiled to support the sales and marketing activities of all organisations operating in the construction industry.
Today we are pleased to include amongst our clients, businesses and trade organisations from across the world. We understand the importance of providing them with truly comprehensive and accurate data, which we obtain from first-hand research and continually update throughout the year. In addition to our published data, we welcome the opportunity to undertake bespoke research for individual clients so please do not hesitate to contact us for an informal discussion.
Architect Projects is a leading trade publication within the architectural and construction industry that is an effective marketing tool for our advertisers.
The magazine provides an extensive look at current projects, new contracts and upcoming projects, product launches, discussions and interviews regarding matters within the design and building industry. We keep our readers up to date with the latest news and happenings.
The Scottish Property Federation (SPF) is a membership organisation for the Scottish real estate industry. We believe that a healthy property industry is vital to sustainable economic growth.
Our role is to gain the best possible legislative and regulatory conditions to allow the Scottish property industry to operate successfully and thereby contribute to Scotland’s sustainable economic growth.
SPF works closely with those who advise and decide on public policy in Scotland to ensure that key decision makers are aware of the consequences of their decisions for the property industry and wider economy.
As part of the British Property Federation we also benefit from close links with the leading UK property companies and investors in the UK as well as the BPF's contacts with Westminster and Brussels.
CSIC is mainstreaming innovation by connecting industry to world leading academic expertise.
Developed by industry, CSIC covers 4 key support channels:
Our aim is to supercharge growth in the sector by linking expertise to industry’s innovation challenges. We believe true collaboration encourages innovation.
Our role is to de-clutter the innovation process and simplify the journey for industry. We operate across Scotland and focus on 5 key industry driven themes:
Energy & ICT
Design & Performance
We can help develop your ideas through access to:
13 University partners expertise
A pan-Scotland network of connected prototyping and testing facilities
Skills and training facilitation
Collaboration, networking, partnering and knowledge sharing opportunities
Funding from across the support landscape
BS2B is a not-for-profit organisation founded by builders, company owners, developers and therapists who believe their combined experience of over 130 years in construction help them understand the industry's language, needs and challenges. It is with this depth of understanding that they have created an inviting, engaging, self-awareness training programme that will help cultivate that culture change.
BS2B along with many in the industry believe that a culture change is necessary. This essential change can be achieved by introducing self-awareness and tools of mindfulness that help support mental wellbeing, improve relationships and create safer, happier working environments.
As Scotland’s regeneration forum, SURF draws on its extensive, cross-sector membership of over 250 organisations, to share knowledge, ideas and experience in community regeneration.
SURF provides a supportive, neutral space to facilitate this sharing of perspectives and ideas through a diverse programme of activities. This includes seminars, conferences, policy exchanges, lectures, study visits, practical local/national alliances, awards for best practice and the distribution of information and comment in a variety of formats.
Constructive feedback from this varied interaction with SURF's membership and wider contacts is used to influence the development of more successful regeneration policy and practice; principally through SURF’s close links with key policy-makers in national and local government and other relevant agencies.
Future Constructor & Architect is a specification platform for architects and building contractors, which focuses on top-end domestic and commercial developments.
Public Sector Build Journal (PSBJ) is a leading, modern B2B building specification publication in the UK construction marketplace. With its modern design and refreshing outlook it provides must-read editorial and product information.
The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) was founded in 1916 as the professional body for all chartered architects in Scotland and is the foremost Institute in the country dealing with architecture and the built environment.
The RIAS has charitable status and offers a wide range of services and products for architects, students of architecture, construction industry professionals and all those with an interest in the built environment and the design process.
This website provides details of all our services and products. If you require further information you can contact us by telephone, fax or email.
Our office in Edinburgh is open Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm.
Refurb Projects launched in 1987 to cater for the expanding Repair, Maintenance, Improvement and Refurb sectors of the UK Building Industry.
This represents a massive market, with refurbishment in the Health, Leisure, Education and Social Housing sectors expecting to be the mainstay of the industry for the foreseeable future.
Sustainability and the protection of the built environment are essential ingredients of the refurbishment market, and Refurb Projects Journal is a leader in reporting and promoting these ideals.
NAWIC is an international organisation of women working in the construction industry.
Our members include architects, lawyers, engineers, quantity surveyors, project managers and others working both directly in the industry and providing services to the industry.
We organise events such as site visits, legal seminars, workshops and industry related events where our members have the opportunity of meeting and forming relationships with other professionals working within the industry.
If you want to work with the public sector, the Supplier Development Programme (SDP) can help. We offer FREE tender training and support to SME’s and the third sector to help unravel the tender process, improve your bids and win valuable public sector contracts.
Energy Saving Trust is one of Scotland and the UK's leading impartial organisations helping people save energy and reduce carbon emissions.
It provides expert insight, knowledge and advice about energy saving, supports people to take action and helps local authorities and communities to save energy.
Energy Saving Trust is organised as a social enterprise with charitable status. Energy Saving Trust’s work in Scotland is funded by the Scottish Government and the transport advice services are fully funded by Transport Scotland.
To visit their site please click HERE
Voted Best UK Convention Bureau for the last 12 years, Glasgow’s experienced conventions team continuously develops its city wide strategic partnerships, world leading Conference Ambassador Programme and bespoke public engagement activities to support UK, European and international clients with hosting a successful and memorable meeting in Glasgow.
BSRIA is a test, instruments, research and consultancy organisation in construction and building services providing specialist support services for design, construction, facilities management, product testing and market intelligence. As a non-profit distributing member-based Association, we also publish best practice guides, hold an extensive library and run training and events.
The school is a multi award winning initiative which represents a common approach to addressing sustainability in the supply chain. 45+ major contractors, clients and suppliers are backing the School and recommending it to their supply chain.
The School provides a tailored self-assessment and action planning tool which identifies which sustainability issues are a priority for you and gives you a simple 10 point action plan.
With more than 14,000 members covering 5 different sectors including Construction, Infrastructure, Facilities management , Homes and Offsite, the school provides free practical support including e-learning, videos and workshops.