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Vortice launches range of commercial units

Vortice has expanded its commercial offering by launching a range of heat recovery and low consumption ventilation units. The new collection of fans are ideally suited to commercial and industrial applications such as schools, offices, care homes, student accommodation, car... View Article

Cement-effect tiles: the new polished concrete floor?

Recently, the colour grey has become increasingly popular in the design community, displaying on everything from furniture, wall decor, flooring and even the complete exterior of a building. Choosing the right material for your perfect shade of grey can often... View Article

Act Smart and Save the Date

GEZE UK will demonstrate some ‘joined up thinking’ when it takes part at this year’s Smart Buildings Show (7-8 November 2018) at the Barbican, London. Its stand, F3, Hall 2, is a third bigger than last year and will feature... View Article

Kingspan Environmental renamed Kingspan Water & Energy

Kingspan Environmental is being renamed Kingspan Water & Energy. The change has been announced, in part, to reflect the division’s recent focus on water and energy solutions.  Its product portfolios will now be grouped under Water Management Solutions (to include... View Article

Docklands in the frame thanks to Crittall

Crittall windows have been used to frame a spectacular London docklands view promoting a prestigious new residential and leisure development for the capital. When Ballymore Property Group needed state-of-the-art glazing for the marketing suite promoting their London City Island development... View Article

‘Best practice’ in multi-occupancy buildings made simple

‘Best practice’ guidelines for accessibility provision within multi occupancy buildings have been updated, and extended in their remit. To help specifiers and developers get it right, a new white paper has been published. Provision of Assisted Accessible Toilet Facilities/Changing Places... View Article

Putting together a flooding contingency plan for your home

While a direct correlation between global warming and increased incidences of extreme weather has yet to be conclusively proven, there is mounting evidence that the two are related. You can work that out with a rudimentary understanding of physics. The... View Article

Exploring modern landscaping styles

Landscaping has been practiced for thousands and thousands of years, whether the earliest practitioners were aware of today’s term for what they were doing or not. The Renaissance, Baroque and Victorian styles of landscaping came to define gardening practices in... View Article

Triton shares Structural waterproofing expertise

Waterproofing of Structures Below Ground is the latest CPD accredited by the RIBA for structural waterproofing specialists, Triton Systems. It offers a complete overview of all aspects of structural, below ground waterproofing and explains barrier, watertight concrete and cavity drained... View Article

BAL supports Team UK at EuroSkills

BAL – market-leaders in full tiling solutions – are proud to be sponsoring the UK wall and floor tiling competitor at EuroSkills 2018. Taking place in Budapest from 26-28 September, the members of Team UK will be taking on the... View Article

Berlin on the up: Plans approved for city’s tallest tower

Plans have been approved for Berlin’s first tall residential tower, located on Alexanderplatz in the heart of central district Berlin-Mitte. Set to change the face of the German capital city’s skyline, the 150 metre Alexander Tower will span 35 floors, providing... View Article

BBA puts spotlight on standards during UKCW

Quality in construction will be the focus when the British Board of Agrément (BBA) exhibits at UK Construction Week (Birmingham NEC, October 9-11th). BBA Chief Executive Claire Curtis-Thomas will sit on a panel discussing Quality in Construction Post-Grenfell and BBA... View Article
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