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Continued record trading at Robertson Group

Robertson, one of the largest privately owned businesses of its kind in the UK, continues to experience growth in all its Group companies. In its audited accounts to March 2017, the Group has delivered a record year of turnover as... View Article

Pablo Bronstein show unveiled at RIBA

The RIBA is delighted to present Pablo Bronstein: Conservatism, or The Long Reign of Pseudo Georgian Architecture, 21 September 2017 – 11 February 2018 – the third in a series of special commissioned exhibitions with artists. Fifty new drawings by the... View Article

Project starts weaken over summer months

Starts in the three months to August were 10% lower than a year ago Non-residential project starts were 12% down on the same period in 2016, led lower by falls in office, retail, education and health projects Residential starts were... View Article

Customer safety needs drive product innovation at McCue

The industrial workplace is ever-changing – and as it changes the health and safety demands of the workplace change with it. Industrial safety expert McCue utilises its armoury of protection products in facilities across the globe – and has done... View Article

Kaldewei’s new Cayonoplan

Kaldewei’s new Cayonoplan offers the perfect answer when it comes to designing a nearly flat shower solution. The enamelled Cayonoplan shower surface adapts to many different structural requirements. For instance, if adequate height is available it can be installed at... View Article

Waterproofing for the ages

For decades, mastic asphalt has proved its credentials as an underground waterproofing membrane that can last a lifetime, as the Mastic Asphalt Council explains. The fluctuations of the water table – and the devastating effects high water tables can have... View Article

Stealth social housing – Long Lane, Southwark, London

Teodora Lyubomirova looks at how architects Levitt Bernstein applied care and precision to create a tenure-blind affordable social housing scheme on a space-constrained site in the heart of London. From a leather trade mecca in the 19th century to a... View Article

RHS turns over a new leaf with Kingspan TEK

The Kingspan TEK Building System of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) has been erected in just three weeks to form the structure of a new office building at the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) flagship gardens in Wisley. RHS Wisley is currently... View Article
WWK Arena Augsburg

Zumtobel special luminaires for unique stadium façade

Zumtobel special luminaires for unique stadium façade More than eight years after the official opening of the stadium, the WWK Arena in Augsburg finally gets a new and impressive façade. For this purpose, Zumtobel has developed “light tubes”, a special... View Article
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