Amex Stadium

Dominic Alves

Brighton, UK

Home to Brighton and Hove Albion the Falmer Stadium known as the AMEX stadium is a 30,750 capacity football stadium. Built in 2008 it was officially opened in 2011 with the first competitive home game being played in August of that year. As well as playing host to football the stadium also designed for rugby and hockey and has been selected a venue for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

  • Leisure & Hospitality
  • Sports & Entertainment

Luxor International Airport

Luxor, Egypt

Luxor International Airport is the main airport serving the city of Luxor. It is used by many charter airlines as it is a popular tourist destination for those wanting to visit the River Nile and the Valley of Kings. The airport is served by Thomson Airways, Air Berlin and Qatar Airways and can accommodate up to eight million passengers each year.

  • Transport

Aliathon Village Hotel

Paphos, Cyprus

Based in Paphos, Cyprus, the Aliathon Holiday Village Hotel is set in a 14 hectare estate and has two themed villages, the Aegean and the Fishing Village.  Situated 150 metres from the beach, the village has been designed with traditional architecture and environmental sustainability in mind, featuring luxurious rooms and a wide range of leisure amenities on site.

  • Leisure & Hospitality

City University

London, UK

City University is a pubic research university located in London.  Founded in 1894 as the Northampton Institute, it became the City University under Royal Charter in 1966.  Its main campus in is the Islington area of central London with additional sites in Holborn, Smithfield and Whitechapel.

  • Education

Regents Place

London, UK

Situated in the west end of London, Regents Place is a 13 acre mixed used business, retail and residential quarter in the London Borough of Camden. Occupied by nearly 12,000 workers and residents, at its heart is a plaza where occupants can meet, drink, eat and socialise. The area was developed by British Land between 1996 and 2013.

  • Commercial
  • Leisure & Hospitality
  • Residential
  • Retail

Chapel Allerton Hospital

Leeds, UK

Home to the Chapel Allerton Orthopaedic centre and a specialist dermatology ward, Chapel Allerton was originally based in the stately mansion of Gledhow Grange. The hospital began to expand in the 1950s and in the early 1990s the new Chapel Allerton hospital was built alongside.

  • Healthcare

Rolls Royce

Sunderland, UK

Rolls Royce is a UK-based global power systems manufacturing company that provides integrated solutions for customers in civil and defence aerospace, marine and energy markets. The company has customers from all over the world, including the Middle East and Asia. It is most famous for its aero engines, which have powered everything from the Spitfire to the Airbus A380 super jumbo.

  • Commercial
  • Industrial

Tyne & Wear Metro

Tyne & Wear, UK

The Tyne and Wear Metro, also locally known as the Metro, is a rapid transit system in North East England, serving Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead, South Tyneside, North Tyneside and Sunderland in the Tyne and Wear region. The Metro is also described as Britain's first modern light rail system. It can be considered a hybrid system, displaying elements of light rail, heavy underground metro, and longer-distance, higher speed suburban and interurban railway systems.

It opened in 1980 and provides 40 million public journeys on its network of 74.5 kilometres (46.3 mi). It is the second largest of the three metro systems in the United Kingdom, after the London Underground; the other being Glasgow Subway.

  • Transport
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Sheffield University

Sheffield, UK

Named University of the year in 2011, Sheffield University is home to 25,000 students from 117 countries, overseen by 6,000 staff.  Its history stretches back to 1828, when the Sheffield School of Medicine was founded, and it was granted its full Royal Charter in 1905. The University’s estate is subject to an ongoing cycle of refurbishment, improvements and extension.

  • Education