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Type C waterproofing – A new online resource

Triton’s new ‘Type C’ waterproofing website has been designed as a resource for specifiers of structural waterproofing systems. Triton supplies a complete range of systems for structural waterproofing but this new site focuses on the company’s BBA approved cavity drained membrane systems –... View Article

The Quiet Children’s Home Achieves Fame

This dramatic “Children’s Home of the Future” in Denmark has been nominated for the prestigious Mies van der Rohe Award. Designed by CEBRA, the renowned Aarhus-based Danish architects, it is new type of 24-hour care centre for disadvantaged children. The... View Article

A shining example of a lighting partnership

An increasing number of electrical and building service providers are collaborating with lighting manufacturers to offer their customers a better choice of high quality LED lighting solutions. MHA Lighting’s Managing Director Tom Harrison highlights the advantages for electrical and building service providers... View Article

Industrial food processing floor solution by Remmers

A new industrial flooring system has been installed to the 2000m2 extension at C&G Foods manufacturing plant in Longford, Ireland. Remmers Crete SL was applied in combination with Remmers PUR Color Top 2KM seal coat to provide a colour stable... View Article

True to Tradition: Handmade clay tile launched

Marley Eternit has launched a new range of premium handmade clay plain tiles to help create stand-out roof designs for high quality housing developments and sensitive refurbishments. The Canterbury range provides a genuine handmade appearance that specifiers are looking for... View Article

Pre-payment Solution Meets Metering & Billing Regulations

With the recent introduction of the heat network (Metering & Billing) regulations for District and Communal heating systems, building owners, developers and Housing Associations must now ensure meters are installed in each dwelling to accurately measure energy use for residents. Prior to... View Article

IKO’s new 24h lugger rapid response vehicle!

IKO has introduced a new, fully-equipped dedicated 24 hour rapid response vehicle for its mastic asphalt hot charge tankers and luggers while present at a project site. Once a tanker containing mastic asphalt and luggers have been delivered to site,... View Article

Schlüter compliments £480 million state-of-the-art hospital

Top of the range movement joints from Schlüter-Systems have been chosen to secure the flooring of a new £480 million project that will see Southmead Hospital Bristol become one of Europe’s leading medical facilities. Playing an essential role in the hospital’s aim... View Article

Book now for the Tall Buildings Fire Safety Conference

Booking is now open for the 3rd International Tall Buildings Fire Safety Conference, which takes place at the University of Greenwich, London on 8-10 July 2015. Featuring three full days of presentations from a range of international speakers, all experts in... View Article

Hadley launches a new purlins and side rail system

Structural engineers and fabricators will be able to enjoy significant system weight savings thanks to the launch of a new purlin and side rail system, with improved supporting software. Developed by the Hadley Group in response to customer demand, the... View Article

Flotex creates fresh feeling in sixth form centre

When the time came to replace worn carpet tiles in the sixth form common room and study room at Blessed William Howard Catholic High School in Stafford, Forbo’s Flotex Colour floor coverings in a modular format proved the ideal refurbishment... View Article

Freefoam launch new style double shiplap cladding

Freefoam, a leading manufacturer of a wide range of innovative products for the building industry in Ireland, the UK and Mainland Europe, has made a valuable addition to its popular cladding range and launched Fortex Pro, a new style double shiplap board.... View Article

Kemperol protects liverpool’s royal liver building

Part of Liverpool’s UNESCO designated World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City, the Grade I listed Royal Liver Building is one of the city’s ‘Three Graces’ and an iconic waterfront landmark. The building’s imposing façades are crowned by a cupola in each corner, each... View Article
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