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A mark of quality

At this year’s BRUFMA Conference, in a presentation entitled Achieving the Each Home Counts objectives – and maximising industry benefits, Dr Howard Porter, CEO of BEAMA, (the Trade body for UK electrical manufacturing industry) and Chair of the Each Home... View Article

A crystal ball on construction post-Brexit

With the general election over and the implications of a Conservative government supported by the DUP provoking uncertainty across many in the construction industry, William Waller, Market Intelligence Lead at Arcadis, will provide some insight into what the future holds... View Article

Trade body awards celebrate top flight acoustic performance

The skills and ingenuity of UK-based acoustic professionals working on national and international projects across a variety of environments were celebrated at a trade body awards. ANC, the Association of Noise Consultants, unveiled the winners of its acclaimed Acoustic Awards... View Article

Enhanced security offer for mental health glazing

Crittall Fendor is strengthening its position as the manufacturer of the largest range of specialist mental health fenestration in Europe with its CleanVent Window which has been enhanced by the addition of a Slipper Clutch mechanism. The CleanVent is an... View Article

Schlüter®-KERDI-BOARD—The Specifier’s Choice

When specifying for a project, products that save time and face are always appreciated. Offering design flexibility, ease of installation and enabling the creation of CE marked bonded waterproofing assemblies, the versatile Schlüter®-KERDI-BOARD is the answer to many an architect’s... View Article

Senior gets technical with college contracts

With an already impressive portfolio of projects in the education sector, leading fenestration manufacturer Senior Architectural Systems has seen a significant increase in specification of its SF52 aluminium curtain walling system for use on several University Technical Colleges (UTC) projects... View Article

RICS response to the Queen’s Speech

Lewis Johnston, RICS Parliamentary Affairs Manager, comments: “In advance of the Queen’s Speech the Prime Minister promised ‘humility’, and the legislative programme laid before Parliament has certainly been pruned after the unexpected election result. However, there are areas where the Government... View Article

Thompson + Baroni design peaceful pair of houses in Dulwich

Minimalist architects Thompson + Baroni, together with Stephen Marshall Architects, have designed a pair of houses located in Dulwich, an area of South East London. Running parallel to Dulwich Park, this London site is a true rarity in London with stunning views and an... View Article

Making the case for flood resilience

The fact that one in six homes across the UK is at risk of flooding and that one new home in every 14 is constructed on land that has a significant chance of flooding, it’s absolutely critical that when it... View Article

New guide launched to cut noise nuisance in new homes

A new blueprint for acoustic practitioners, council planners and developers that aims to protect home dwellers from noise by putting good acoustic design at the heart of all new residential development has been published. The Professional Practice Guidance on Planning... View Article

Healthier door closing

Powermatic concealed door closers are becoming increasingly popular with specifiers, estates managers and clinicians throughout the healthcare sector thanks to the many health, safety and hygiene benefits that they deliver. Powermatic door closers are totally concealed when the door is... View Article
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