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Accessible toilets prove they open doors to more customers

Do you want a way to increase customer numbers? Head to the toilets…..! That’s the message from Closomat, Britain’s leading provider of disabled toileting solutions, resulting from feedback from brands such as Alton Towers, JD Wetherspoon. The brands are among... View Article

Remmers leads the way with low emission resin flooring

Remmers Epoxy OS Color New is a coloured Epoxy Self Smoothing resin system suitable for industrial and commercial applications. Its high mechanical strength coupled with excellent chemical resistance makes it ideal for industrial environments while its innovative reduction in VOC’s... View Article

Salice products and service are perfect for Neville Johnson

Salice UK are delighted to be supplying a selection of their furniture fittings for installation within the Neville Johnson furniture range. For over three decades Neville Johnson has been creating innovative fitted furniture, offering bespoke solutions for any room or... View Article

Luceco Stadium floodlights at Bristol Fruit Market

Luceco has supplied specialist LED floodlighting to Bristol Fruit Market. Based in St Phillips Marsh, buyers from local businesses have access to the finest fresh produce from around the globe. The installation was carried out by Commercial & Industrial Electrical... View Article

New sewage pumping station from JT Pumps

JTPumps has released a new sewage pumping station which can easily handle 80mm solids, with easy installation and a range of tank options allowing the pumping station to service buildings of varying sizes – from properties as small as one... View Article

McAvoy wins major industry award for BIM

The McAvoy Group has won a major industry award for its commitment to adopting and implementing Building Information Modelling (BIM) in its offsite construction projects. McAvoy was presented with the award for Best Virtual Reality BIM at the third annual RICS BIM4SME... View Article

Deleterious materials in construction contracts

The inclusion of deleterious or prohibited material clauses in both building contracts and professional appointment documents is widespread within the construction industry. Whilst the form of these clauses will vary from contract to contract, their common purpose is to prohibit the use of unsuitable or dangerous materials in construction projects. Jonathan Hyndman, Partner... View Article

Worktech17 London

WORKTECH17 London will be returning on 14th and 15th November with another insightful conference on the future of work and the workplace. In partnership with Here East and International Quarter London, the event will take place at Queen Elizabeth Olympic... View Article

Polyflor Bloc flooring makes a statement in architects’ studio

Polyflor commercial vinyl flooring from the Bloc collection was recently chosen to add a splash of colour to Rivington Street Studio architectural practice in London. Rivington Street Studio specialises in architectural and landscaping projects for the education, housing, leisure, commercial... View Article

A material level of care – Maggie’s Centre, Oldham

The world’s first hardwood CLT building is a highly considered centre for cancer patients that puts function and sensitive use of materials over form. James Parker reports. The new Maggie’s Centre, sitting next to a typically forbidding Victorian NHS oncology... View Article
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