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Sapphire Balustrades selected for new state-of-the-art academy

Beautiful glass balustrades from Sapphire provide the perfect balance between high style and student-proof performance at the new £32 million Shoreham Academy in West Sussex. Sapphire was selected to manufacture and install high quality internal balustrades to complement the three-storey... View Article

Wavin Systems en route to Unicef in Bhutan

Wavin – Europe’s leading supplier of water management, plumbing and drainage systems – has shipped eight containers with products for drinking water supply and rainwater harvesting to Bhutan. During a visit to Bhutan, Wavin employees, together with water specialists from... View Article

New dried products from Long Rake Spar

As the UK’s main supplier of dried aggregate granules to the resin surfacing industry, Long Rake Spar are committed to sourcing and developing the most extensive product selection available in the industry. As part of this commitment they continually seek... View Article

Changing places at Wembley

Wembley Stadium is now even more accessible to all, at all levels…. The National Stadium has opened its new Changing Places toilet, ensuring it can accommodate every visitor’s personal hygiene needs. With equipment supplied and installed by Clos-o-Mat, the UK’s... View Article

BIM sparks fresh interest in Dryseal

Hambleside Danelaw’s Dryseal GRP flat roofing system has been attracting international interest from architects and specifiers since the system’s AutoCAD Revit building information modelling (BIM) components went live on the online BIM Store. Available on the Store are the various... View Article

Excellence in construction on show at awards

Constructing Excellence in Wales (CEW), the Welsh Government sponsored organisation which encourages the industry to rethink and improve the construction process, has announced the winners of its annual awards, which include a school modelled on the layout of a castle,... View Article

New homes for Herne Bay residents

The Lord Mayor of Canterbury, Cllr Heather Taylor, joined forces with eight-year-old Bethany Beard to officially open a £3m housing scheme in Herne Bay on Friday (5th July) supported by funding from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). They were... View Article
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