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Optimum technologies for future-proofing homes

Architects can please builders, benefit end-users, and be kinder to the environment, by keeping up to speed. The architect’s responsibility to future- proof homes for inhabitants – at the same time as keeping construction costs down – isn’t always easy. This... View Article

Historic Chocolate Works preserved with Sika Sarnafil

Eight years after being put on the ‘At Risk’ register by English Heritage, the landmark Terry’s Chocolate Factory has a new lease of life, following extensive refurbishment. The 1926, Grade II listed building now starts a new chapter as a care... View Article

Kaldewei’s new Cayonoplan offers the perfect answer

Kaldewei’s new Cayonoplan offers the perfect answer when it comes to designing a nearly flat shower solution. The enamelled Cayonoplan shower surface adapts to many different structural requirements. For instance, if adequate height is available it can be installed at... View Article

Underfloor air conditioning upgrade for Avaya Fit-out

AET Flexible Space, leading provider of underfloor air conditioning systems has recently completed commissioning new equipment installed in the refurbished office buildings at the Cathedral Hill Campus, Guildford. The Campus, comprising three buildings, is now wholly owned by Europa Capital... View Article

Novus gets historic building looking shipshape

Novus Property Solutions has reconfigured one floor of the prestigious Cunard Building in Liverpool to create a modern training facility which reflects the building’s heritage. The historic Grade II Listed building has long been a distinctive landmark in Liverpool, having... View Article

‘Legendary’ Resiblock ‘22’ stabilises and protect paving

During the Summer of 2017, John O’Flynn Developments utilised Resiblock’s ‘Legendary’ (as referred to by www.pavingexpert.com), Resiblock ‘22’ joint stabiliser, to stabilise and protect paving at a prestigious housing development in Oxfordshire. Situated in Didcot, Oxfordshire, Bloor Homes used circa... View Article

Green light for underfloor air conditioning in Romania

AET Flexible Space, a leading provider of underfloor air conditioning systems are presently commissioning the system and equipment supplied to German IT and software solutions company, iQuest for their new build headquarters in Cluj Napoca, Romania. AET UK have worked... View Article

Gerflor ‘create’ positive workplace

Seymour Distribution is part of the Frontline Group (a joint venture between Bauer, Immediate Media Company and Haymarket Publications) and is the largest distributor of UK magazines internationally. They take great pride in their ability to adapt to an ever-changing... View Article

Concealment enhances fire safety

Powermatic controlled, concealed door closers tick all the right boxes when it comes to meeting the legislation, regulations and product performance standards that govern fire safety. British designed and manufactured, Powermatic door closers are available in standard and Free Swing... View Article

Installer selects INTRATONE systems for entire client portfolio

A specialist security installer, Green Gate Access Systems, is rolling out Radio Frequency (RF) receiver equipment manufactured by INTRATONE, one of Europe’s largest access control businesses, across its entire portfolio of 400 clients with secured doors and gates. As well... View Article

Kalwall® creates a flight of fancy

Kalwall® translucent cladding has been used in a stunning project at Rayleigh Durham Airport in North Carolina designed by architects Clark Nexsen. The brief was to transform/refurbish the aging 1981 Terminal 1. Nicknamed the ‘blue box’, the original rectangular building was... View Article

New look website for Freefoam

Freefoam Building Products has just given its website in the UK a completely new and dynamic look. The new site has users at the heart of every page, and reflects Freefoam’s confidence in its product range, company credentials and well... View Article

Introducing the Newton membrane recycling service

This is the UK waterproofing industry’s very first recycling service, it addresses sustainability in the industry by collecting and then recycling the offcuts produced during the installation of cavity drainage membranes. In a double-hit of sustainability innovations, the Newton 508... View Article
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