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Sanifloor adds to versatility of project

River Clyde Homes is a ‘not for profit’ affordable housing provider that owns and manages over 5,800 homes in Scotland. A significant development completed on their behalf recently was the Barr St Gateway development of 41 homes in Port Glasgow.... View Article

Armstrong Ceilings launches new education brochure

It focusses on ceiling systems that make a difference in education facilities. Armstrong Ceilings is marking the start of a new school year with the launch of a new education brochure which focuses on helping architects and specifiers design cost-effective... View Article

Healthy indoor environments aid recovery

The noise found in modern hospitals is caused by a variety of sources which include patients, staff, visitors, medical alerts and other lifesaving technology, making these healthcare environments often unable to meet the acoustic levels recommended by the World Health... View Article

The most sustainable material of them all

Sean Parnaby of West Port says that the timber industry is gradually winning the war against misconceptions about what he claims is not only the oldest, but the best fenestration material There’s a growing awareness that timber isn’t the expensive,... View Article

The timber revolution

Sarah Harding of Accsys Group reports on how the UK is experiencing a revolution in timber in architecture, as designers and specifiers increasingly embrace the material’s combination of beauty and environmental advantages Running earlier this year at the Roca London... View Article

The membrane method

Adam Ford and John Mellor of Protect Membranes discuss how to achieve low U-values using membrane technology with low emissivity The use of timber in construction is now seen as a key route to address the UK’s housing shortage. The... View Article

Going with the grain

Here, Gregg Wright of Reliance Veneer explains how the demand for decorative timbers combined with modern manufacturing techniques not only makes environmental sense, but can also enhance design Have you ever looked at a beautiful piece of furniture and wondered... View Article

British Ceramic Tile secures partnership with Peveril Homes

British Ceramic Tile has secured a new partnership with East Midlands-based property developer Peveril Homes. With a mission to add value to each new build and deliver increased choice to Peveril’s customers, products from British Ceramic Tile’s extensive tile portfolio... View Article

Breathing buildings launches new education brochure

Student well-being is key when it comes to selecting a ventilation system for schools. To help ensure the provision of healthy air in schools, Breathing Buildings has launched a new sector-specific brochure titled ‘Ventilation for Schools’. The ventilation design, specification,... View Article

Schueco Jansen renovation window is the preferred solution

Janisol Arte 2.0, the second-generation renovation window from steel systems specialist Schueco Jansen, is proving popular with architects because of its enhanced specification, improved performance characteristics and ability to satisfy the aesthetic concerns of local authority planners and conservation officers.... View Article

Garador offer full range of door sizes

There are lots of reasons why people today are requiring larger garages. Vehicles can be bigger; and garages are often used to keep fitness equipment or general storage. Larger garages can be built without problem thanks to the range of... View Article

The durability debate

Bob Andrew of Elfin Kitchens, discusses the importance of using durable materials in kitchen refurbishments and the benefits of thinking small A recent report by the charity Shelter revealed that tens of thousands of families are being forced to wait... View Article
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