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NorDan launches strategy for new build schools

NorDan, one of the UK’s leaders in the manufacture and supply of high performance aluminium clad timber windows and composite doors, has launched a “National Strategy for Schools” – offering a full turnkey service on the supply and installation (where... View Article

Scotland’s largest new town starts on site

Work is now underway to create Scotland’s largest new town, Chapelton, five-miles south of Aberdeen, following a founding ceremony today, Wednesday 2 October 2013. The £8million infrastructure work, required to service the development, is being carried out by local firm... View Article

BRE: reinventing the house of the future

BRE launches exemplar retrofit project, The Smart Home, on its Watford site today. The house demonstrates the significant energy savings that can be made through smart technology alongside fabric improvements and occupant empowerment. BRE’s pioneering future-focused Integer House, built 15... View Article

Axis open doors at Waitrose

Axis Automatic Entrance Systems have installed a number of doors in the transformed Waitrose Food & Home store in the centre of Bath. Now nearly three times it’s original size, the 40,000 square foot store offers a host of new... View Article

4000 Halo windows for social housing project

Yorkshire Windows, a long-standing Halo customer has been busy installing thousands of new replacement windows in the Chesterfield area for a Rykneld Homes, an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO). When the leading Rotherham-based fabricator and installer was asked to provide... View Article

Sloane Avenue Mansions, Chelsea, to get a face-lift

After a tough tender process BeSure Building and Maintenance Services has won the £190k contact to renovate, repair and redecorate Sloane Avenue Mansions in Chelsea, London. One of the main aspects of the job is to work on the exterior... View Article

BAM to build £30million Network Rail operating centre

BAM Construction has won a £30million scheme to build an operating centre for Network Rail. The contractor will construct a three-storey building in Basingstoke that will act as a signalling control centre for the Wessex region. The 13,600 sq m... View Article

Denso Steelcoat protects Scottish Water aqueducts

Scottish Water plc has recently completed a £7million project to upgrade aqueducts conveying water from Loch Katrine to Glasgow. The company says it was the biggest improvement to the aqueducts since they were constructed more than 150 years ago. The... View Article
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