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The last word in creating groundbreaking public art

The artists behind a public commission set to be a new landmark for Cambridge will be talking about their work at a lunchtime event at the Fitzwilliam Museum on Wednesday 27 September. Artist duo Vong Phaophanit and Claire Oboussier are behind In Other Words, created for Cambridge Assessment, the University’s international exams board’s new Triangle

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Project your artistic ability at free workshops for all

Artists of all ages and abilities are being invited to a series of free workshops with a local artist that will culminate in one large artwork being projected onto a local building. Called ‘Knowledge is….’ the workshops are being led by artist Adam Bridgland  and supported by Cambridge Assessment, the University’s international exams board, as

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Triangle site shows its love for life

More than 450 staff and contractors working on the Triangle site joined 100,000 colleagues in 80 countries to take part in a World Health and Safety Day with the theme ‘We love life’. Organised by Bouygues Construction, the main contractors on what is one of the biggest construction sites in Cambridge, the inaugural World Health

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Staff discover more about sustainable travel

Cambridge Assessment held its second ‘Sustainable Travel Day’ at the end of April, at which a wide array of companies and organisations provided expert knowledge on making everyone’s journey to work easier and more environmentally friendly. Georgina Watkins, Group Transport Coordinator, pulled together representatives from the Cambridge Police, Stagecoach, Abellio, Enterprise and Whippet. The Police

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Apprentice builds on knowledge at Triangle event

Cambridge Assessment IT apprentice Ashley Willis joined a group of apprentices from different trades working at the Triangle site to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week. Apprentices from Bouygues UK (the main contractors on the site), Cambridge Assessment, and sub-contractors Allied and WSP took part. The event was organised by Carolina Alcantara, an apprentice business administrator for

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Bouygues wins construction industry ‘Oscar’

Bouygues UK, the Triangle’s main contractors, have won an award for the consideration they have shown to the local community at the ‘Oscars’ of the local design and construction industry. The award was made by the City Council’s Considerate Constructors scheme for works in progress that had made ‘significant efforts to minimise noise and disruption

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New brand arrives at Triangle

A bright new set of hoardings featuring Cambridge Assessment’s new brand have arrived at the Triangle site. Featuring on the busway side of the site, the five new banners include a ‘Welcome to Triangle’ message, along with others covering messages about Cambridge Assessment’s expertise in English language learning, international programmes and qualifications and how the

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Cambridge MP praises “amazing” Triangle project

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner praised Cambridge Assessment for “an amazing project” when he visited the site of the new Triangle headquarters on(Friday 24 February. Daniel took a tour of the site hosted by Group Chief Executive Simon Lebus, Group Construction and Property Director Rob Smart and Neil Pixsley, Project Director of Bouygues UK, the main

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Cambridge Assessment artists take centre stage at e-Luminate launch

The work of the Cambridge Assessment art mentees took centre stage at the VIP launch of the Bouygues UK e-Luminate Festival at the Corn Exchange in Cambridge on Friday 10 February. The festival was launched by Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner, who said the festival was very important for the city. Fabienne Viala , Chairman of

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Triangle lights up arts festival

Triangle main contractor Bouygues UK is set to light up Cambridge in the coming week as the headline sponsor for the e-Luminate Festival, which will include a stunning moving light projection from the Triangle building. The contemporary arts festival, which launches in the market square on Friday 10 February and continues until 15 February, aims

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