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Four major buildings in Brighton are set to be 'pierced' as part of 'Adornment', the latest phase in the city's bid to become City of Culture in 2008. The town hall, the Brighton Museum, art gallery Fabrica and the offices of accountancy firm Baker Tilly will all sport a mixture of navel rings, earrings, and huge spikes from 4 October.The scheme aims to draw attention to the city's position at the forefront of Britain's youth culture.

Chairman of the US Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan last week opened Foster and Partners' £490 million refurbishment of the Treasury building in London.

The Pathfinder Project - carried out under the controversial PFI procurement method - was completed by its consortium Exchequer Partnership on time and within budget.

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