Future Schools Egypt


Founded in 1992, Future Educational Systems was initiated to help enhance the quality and equity of education in Egypt and establish a model that would be replicable, affordable and economically viable.  It is a network of K-12 institutions that offer a variety of educational systems including an American Diploma, French Baccalaureate, German Abitur and the National Egyptian System. 

  • Education

Macau Grand Prix Museum

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Macau, PRC

The Grand Prix Museum was built in 1933 in memory of the 40th anniversary of Grand Prix Racing in Macau and is located in the Tourism Activities Center on Rua Luis Gonzaga Gomes.

More than twenty formula cars and motorcycles once driven and ridden by world-renowned drivers such as Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher and David Coulthard, are on show.

  • Leisure & Hospitality
  • Cultural
  • Sports & Entertainment

Larnaca District Council

Valantis Antoniades

Larnaca, Cyprus

Larnaca is one of the six districts of Cyprus, the main city in the district is Larnaca and it is the third largest city on the southern coast of Cyprus and the islands largest airport is located on its outskirts.  The former kingdom-city of Kition which is now present day Larnaca was established in the 13th century BC.

  • Government

West Wales Airport

Wales, UK

Established as a civilian airport in 2001 and is located near the Aberporth coast.  The Airport is the only site in Europe that can enable the flying of Unmanned Ariel Systems (UAS) under regulated conditions and supplies a world-class UAS flying environment in restricted air space over land and sea.

  • Transport


Michael Paed


One of the world’s biggest banks, HSBC Holdings plc was founded in 1865 by the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, which was owned by Scotsman Sir Thomas Sutherland. Now with headquarters at 8 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, the bank has 7,200 offices in 85 countries and territories throughout the world

  • Highrise
  • Commercial

Guy's Hospital

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London, United Kingdom

Guys Hospital is a larger NHS hospital in Southwark, Central London and is part of the Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.  It is a large teaching hospital and is the location of King’s College London School of Medicine. The hospital was founded in 1721 by Thomas Guy and was originally established as a hospital to treat incurables discharged from St Thomas’ Hopital. It has been home to famous physicians such as John Keats, Sir Alexander Flemming and Thomas Addison.

The tower is the tallest, all-hospital buiulding in the world and was the tallest building in London in the 1970s.

  • Highrise
  • Education
  • Healthcare

Dounreay Power Station

Caithness, Scotland

Located on the North East Coast of Scotland and built on the site of a World War II airfield Dounreay was established in 1955 to pursue the UK Government policy of developing fast breeder reactor (FBR) technology.  In 2005 the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority become owner of the site and decommissioning in planned for the site by 2036. 

  • Landmark
  • Science & Technology
  • Industrial
  • Energy

Barchester Care Homes

Nationally, UK

Founded in 1992 by Mike Parsons Barchester Care Home are awarding winning care facilities situated all around the UK. They currently employ 17,000 people and care for more than 10,000 residents in 200 locations in the UK. 

  • Residential
  • Healthcare

Eurostar Depot

Hugh Llewelyn from Bristol, UK

Temple Mills, London

Temple Mills is a £402 million replacement maintenance depot for the Eurostar. Located near the Olympic Park in Stratford, London, it was a wagon works site from 1921.  The Eurostar depot opened in 2007 alongside the new international terminal at St Pancras international.

  • Transport