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Kingspan leads responsible sourcing

To help specifiers make the most of its industry leading approach to responsible sourcing, Kingspan Insulation has now released updated technical bulletins explaining how its products can help to achieve credits for responsible sourcing in the relevant sections of Code... View Article

Scolmore the favourite for new racecourse Hotel

IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) continues to grow its presence in the UK and one of its recent signings, the Holiday Inn Huntingdon – Racecourse in Cambridgeshire, has recently opened for business, with products from Scolmore’s lighting and wiring accessories ranges... View Article

Hurlingham – The Bath Company

Our quest is to create a distinctive collection of original and classic reproduction free-standing baths, while offering individual refinements to add something truly momentous to the bathroom. From bespoke genuine leather, to hand-gilded metal leaf embellishments, Hurlingham can tailor your... View Article

Delta embraces BIM

Among the benefits of Building Information Modelling (BIM) are knowledge sharing, improved project management, faster and more economical creation of a project, and a reduction in environmental impact. All of these goals are shared by Delta Membrane Systems, which is... View Article

Visit CMJ at Ecobuild, stand S34

Coloured Movement Joints and Movement – Joint are exhibiting at Ecobuild this year. CMJ are available in the RAL chart colour range, M-J economy range come in black & grey. Our profiles are the choice of designers on all types... View Article

Gilgen Door Systems open doors at Rotherham Hospital

Gilgen Door Systems has completed the installation of a number of new automatic pedestrian doors and industrial doors at Rotherham Hospital, part of the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust. The doors are designed to improve ease of access, security and energy... View Article

Glazpart BBA certified range of tricklevents

Banbury-based Glazpart, is a specialist injection moulding company with extensive experience in the fenestration industry, employing 80 staff at its ISO 9001:2008 certified site, producing millions of mouldings each month. Glazpart Limited is pleased to confirm that its extensive range... View Article

New Internet air conditioning controller maximises energy efficiency

Mitsubishi Electric has launched one of the most advanced energy monitoring centralised air conditioning controllers available, to provide building operators and estate managers with complete control over energy use from one location. The EB-50 centralised controller offers web-based control and... View Article

Vetrotech presents LUNAX CONTRAFLAM

The revolutionary all glass frameless fire doors. Vetrotech Saint-Gobain is the world’s leading manufacturer of fire glass for the building sector. With over 30 years of specialised experience, it has built a solid reputation for delivering cost effective, multifunctional glass... View Article

Online learning with the LRWA

The LRWA (Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association) announces the launch of its RIBA approved CPD, exclusively available online for specifiers, architects, and surveyors. “Continuing Professional Development is crucial for anyone working in the construction industry,” comments Terry Wain, LRWA Technical... View Article

Firestone UltraPly™ TPO walking tall

Black Sail Youth Hostel, one of the oldest and most remote youth hostels in England, has undergone major refurbishment utilising a Firestone UltraPly TPO single ply roof system and designed to blend with the idyllic landscape of the Ennerdale Valley... View Article

Ap-ply-ing a different pitch to roofing

By Martin Shave, business development manager for domestic roofing at Protan. Why do we build dwellings with pitched, tiled roofs? There is no law saying we have to; it is tradition, and a bad reputation for flat roofs. Yet a... View Article

SIPs – The third method of construction

By Tony Millichap, technical manager of Kingspan Insulation Limited. Conventional construction methods such as brick and block have two distinct disadvantages: programmes can become unpredictable in our wet climate, and walls are having to become thicker and thicker in order... View Article

Picking the perfect pipe

Jon Briafield at PE pipe specialist, GPS PE pipe Systems, advises on the considerations for pipe specification and the types of pipe required for different elements of a water installation. Regardless of the water pressure, geography of a site or... View Article
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