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It’s all about wellbeing

Oliver Ronald of Boss Design discusses how employee wellbeing is heavily influencing workplace design and office furniture specification. Many of us spend a large proportion of our lives in the office – up to 40 hours per week or more... View Article

Efficiency expectations

Maria Holton of Luceco explains how the importance of lighting comfort in the workplace has grown in importance, alongside the focus on efficiency. The minimum requirement of an office space should be to enable professionals to be able to work... View Article

First impressions

Franz Lorenschitz of Allgood explores the power of ironmongery to offer the right first impression to users across a range of settings. Door handles are often the visitor’s first physical contact with a building, and consequently provide an instant first... View Article

Smooth operators

Martin Cummins of Bostik looks at why smoothing compounds are advisable for workplace floors, and the key specification considerations to achieve the right result. The stage preceding the application of a floorcovering is an often overlooked but critical part of the... View Article

Building services firm insists on Aico smoke alarms

E7 Building Services, which has been delivering state-of-the-art building services for over 60 years, fits Aico Smoke Alarms solely throughout all residential properties as it considers them to be “the best and most reliable equipment on the market”. Based in Wellingborough, E7 Building... View Article

Bushboard at KBB Birmingham

Stand G95 Bushboard will be at KBB, Birmingham. Bushboard the UK’s leading producer of laminate worksurfaces and bathroom panels is exhibiting at the KBB Birmingham – 4th-7th March. Commercial Director Neil Horton explains. “KBB is an important industry platform and... View Article

Why historical repair is needed

Many historical buildings have stood for hundreds of years and are marked as a listed building not only because they are remarkable in general but are also a great tourist attraction and an important monument to our history. However, without... View Article

Raw beauty from Osmo…

Osmo UK, the eco-friendly wood and finishes experts, offers Polyx-Oil Tints Raw, a lightly tinted protective finish that provides an original, untreated appearance for wooden floors. Desired by many homeowners, this finish not only creates a sought-after look, but also... View Article

Residential Developer leads on safety with Kidde

Thakeham, one of the leading residential developers in the South East, ensures peace of mind for its customers with Kidde’s Firex mains smoke and heat alarms, and Kidde carbon monoxide alarms, all interlinked for whole-home safety. Thakeham Homes, part of... View Article

Award-winning is a true reflection of Neaco quality

If association with award-winning projects is a true reflection of Neaco’s product quality, then our ever-growing list of examples provides an impressive testimony. The latest case is an exceptional development of luxury homes in Chesterton, near Cambridge, by HC Moss... View Article

Winning with permeable paving

An exemplary sustainable drainage (SuDS) scheme – designed by SuDS consultants and landscape architects Robert Bray Associates, and featuring innovative applications of concrete block permeable paving – has won the top prize at the 2017 Landscape Institute Awards. Bridget Joyce... View Article

A Bronze Garden

Dow Jones Architects’ recently completed Garden Museum Phase 2 uses Nordic Bronze clad interventions to create a fresh yet gentle identity for a historic church and graveyard, differentiated from the neighbouring Lambeth Palace. London’s Garden Museum is housed in the... View Article
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