Reds10 are proud to announce that we have been appointed on an exciting new project for the London Borough of Hackney.
The Charter School of East Dulwich is a co-educational 11-18 school, serving the communities of East Dulwich and South Camberwell.
We’re not sure that those of us who have never competed in anything seriously can imagine the commitment it takes to train for something like the Winter Paralympic Games.
Increasing in popularity over the last few years and with big names such as Google, Yale and McDonald’s among some of their main advocates, modular buildings have definitely been in the public eye.
At Reds10, we believe that one of the most important assets of the company is its people. We’re confident that the right people in the right roles will naturally lead to our best work (whether its modular, construction or FF&E) so we’re always on the lookout for our next rising star.
One of the ‘must watch’ projects of 2016, Global Academy is the brainchild of Global (a media and entertainment giant, home to radios such as Capital FM and Heart and manager of some of the best musical talent around) and is sponsored by University of the Arts London.
Reds10 are pleased to announce, that we have been awarded a project for Marylebone Boys’ School – their new temporary modular accommodation in Kilburn, North London.
If you follow our blog regularly, you will have seen case studies of the various projects we’ve been busy with over the last few months.
Earlier this month, Reds10 had the opportunity to attend the Construction Youth Trust Charity’s 23rd Annual Christmas dinner at Carpenters’ Hall.
We can all imagine the commitment, hard work and sleepless nights, which must come with training to become the world’s best in a specific sporting discipline. Now imagine what it must take to do so in the Paralympic Games.
Inside Housing’s ‘Top 60 Developments of the Year’ celebrates success and innovation in delivering new homes across ten categories, including ‘Best designed development’, ‘Regeneration development’ and more. In its latest iteration, Reds10 are pleased to have been involved in the project, which won the ‘Innovative development of the year’ award.
If you’ve been keeping an eye on our latest construction projects, you would have noticed that we’ve been making use of timber frame construction on most (if not all) of our work recently. Why is that, do you ask? We’ve been getting the same question from new clients so we thought we should shed some light on the matter.
If you follow our blog posts regularly, you will have seen all of the exciting projects we work on, up and down the country, come rain or shine. But Reds10 isn’t just those of us that are in the field each day.
At Reds10, we are firm believers in the notion that a team who plays together, stays together. Often, an excuse for us all to get together in our free time isn't needed, but should it be, can you think of a better one than a wedding?
Alongside our wide range of commercial furniture, modular building is our other main area of expertise. With that in mind, here’s a rundown of our five favourite commercial modular builds that could house such furniture.
Modular housing offers a lot of advantages that you might not necessarily expect. One of the key benefits is their sustainability, in terms of cost and the environment. This makes them a definite worthwhile investment.
We say it over and over, but it’s because we mean it - prefabricated container builds do not have to be boring. There’s a whole range of ways that containers can be used for particular purposes, niche and even not so niche. In this post we take a look at some of the amazing and unusual uses of the container.
Reds10 are proud to have been part of the team taking home a prestigious Civic Trust Award for 2014. Along with an external group of engineers, consultants, and architects, Reds10’s interior design team contributed to a spectacular solution for Thomas Fairchild Community School (TFCS).
Technological innovation, social change and upward mobility: our world is changing faster than ever. Sadly much of this acceleration has been based on the ‘take, make & waste’ model: building fast at the cost of our environment, however a movement is in the making to end this resource wastage, shifting to a more regenerative economic model. When a responsible, renewable model becomes the norm, where will this leave the property and construction industry?