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Lucy Switchgear launches content-rich new website

Lucy Switchgear, a leader in medium voltage, secondary power distribution solutions, has today launched a new, content-rich, website: www.lucyswitchgear.com. Designed to make it quicker and easier for visitors to find the information they want, it also includes a host of... View Article

SLL LED Research funding awarded

The Society of Light and Lighting has been awarded funding from the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Research Fund for research into human responses to lighting based on LEDs. As Government promotes use of this energy efficient lighting... View Article

InSinkErator® extends campaigning to social media

InSinkErator®, the global leader in food waste disposers, and a major player in steaming hot water taps, is extending its online campaign strategy to include the use of social media. To celebrate the launch of the new social media venture... View Article

STYROFOAM manufacturer offers Part L 2013 summary

STYROFOAM manufacturer Dow Building Solutions has released a new, independent publication summarising key changes to Part L of the Building Regulations, which come into force from April 6 2014. Authored by Huw Evans of JPA Technical Literature Ltd, the paper... View Article

Understanding and specifying invisible sound solutions

Amina Technologies RIBA approved CPD seminars are now available at a Central London location which includes full demonstration facilities. Available dates are 3rd July and 9th October plus, by arrangement, at architect’s premises. The seminar compares the basic principles of... View Article

A winning plan for the 2014 Budget

With days to go until the 2014 Budget, time is running out for Osborne to make a real difference. Naomi Heaton, CEO of London Central Portfolio, highlights a four point plan which could help the Conservatives get back in favour,... View Article

Manufacturers launch collective effort to address UK flooding

The Plastic Pipes Group (PPG), which represents the UK’s leading manufacturers of plastic piping, drainage and water management systems, have written to Government Agencies tasked with managing the country’s flooding issues to lend their expertise. Acknowledging the multi-agency effort required... View Article

Kidde professional business manager retires

Kidde – the world’s leading smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarm manufacturer – has announced the retirement of Gerald Jones, Business Manager for Professional and Fire Brigade Channels in the UK and Ireland. A chartered marketer, Gerald’s career was largely... View Article

Chilli Banana goes hot for new low energy kitchen

When Chilli Banana relocated their Thai restaurant to the centre of Wilmslow, Steve and Mai appointed Dawnvale to refurbish the entire ground and first floor premises. A key factor to this project was that low energy had to be the... View Article

Pringle Brandon Perkins +Will tops interior architect rankings

Pringle Brandon Perkins +Will tops interior architect rankings London-based multi-disciplinary architectural practice, Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will, has secured first place in the annual Interior Architect Rankings for London, for the third time in a row. Compiled by Metropolis Property Research, the... View Article

Mixing it up with Vince Cable and The VEKA UK Group

The VEKA UK Group was delighted to welcome Vince Cable back to the company’s Burnley HQ to officially open the system supplier’s impressive, new mixing plant. The Business Secretary enjoyed a tour of the Farrington Road site with the UK... View Article

Vortice breaks new boundaries

European ventilation market leader Vortice, whose UK office is in Burton on Trent, is expanding further into South American markets. The company, whose global turnover is in excess of Euros 80,000,000, has long been active in Russia, the Far East,... View Article

More support needed to help new construction apprentices

London’s housing associations and employers have been urged to join a scheme that will train up to 500 new construction apprentices over the next decade. Constructors, consultants and housing associations from across the capital have been brought together to form... View Article
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