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Open day at Passivhaus retrofit project

The pioneering Passivhaus retrofit of a derelict farm building to create a visitor and education centre at Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s Stirley Community Farm, Huddersfield, is nearing completion and will be open to the public on Sunday 1st September 2013 (11am... View Article

PPG’s support gives local landmark a bright future

Global paint manufacturer PPG Architectural Coatings has recently given a local landmark to its Birstall site, Oakwell Hall, a much needed boost in the form of a significant cash donation. The presentation at Oakwell Hall saw PPG’s general manager for... View Article

Dulux Trade reaches new heights with The Shard

A range of premium coatings from Dulux Trade has been selected to protect and enhance The Shard, Western Europe’s tallest building. Dulux Trade Metalshield, Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt, Dulux Trade Diamond Satinwood and Dulux Trade Weathershield Smooth Masonry were all... View Article

Low surface temperature radiators

Stelrad Radiators offers a choice of CPDS. One of the most popular to date is its CPD on low surface temperature radiators. The aims and learning outcomes of this CPD presentation from Stelrad Radiators are to provide guidance on the... View Article

Kalzip XT Specified for new bus station

Kalzip’s aluminium standing seam system was specified for the impressive new Stoke-on-Trent City Centre Bus Station by architect, Grimshaw. VINCI Construction UK was the main contractor and experienced Teamkal contractor, Lakesmere Ltd installed the Kalzip roofing system which included all... View Article

Dedicated Centre takes the present into the past

Manchester is celebrating the history and contribution of Irish communities with the opening of a new Irish World Heritage Centre in Queens Road, Cheetham Hill. The Centre tells the story of many Irish emigrants now scattered all over the globe,... View Article

Everyone’s getting into it – the new Salice UK website

pioneers in the development and production of market leading furniture fittings, have recently launched their impressive new website at www.saliceuk.co.uk The new site has been specifically designed to enable architects, specifiers and distributors easy and rapid navigation to a library... View Article

Ceram welcomes Skamol A/S as a technology partner

Ceram, the international materials technology company, is pleased to announce that Skamol A/S has become an Industry Associate Technology Partner. Skamol A/S develops, manufactures and markets thermal insulating materials for heat-intensive industries and passive fire protection. As an Industry Associate,... View Article

Canary Wharf bank on the future

8 Canada Square – better known as The HSBC Tower – has been the global HQ for HSBC Group since it was completed in 2002. The 45 floor building was designed by Sir Norman Foster’s team and, at 656ft, is... View Article

Sapphire Balustrades scores high marks for school project

Sapphire Balustrades has scored high marks for the design, manufacture and installation of staircase balustrades at a new education facility in Richmond, Surrey. Main contractor Keepmoat (formed by the merger between Apollo and the Keepmoat Group), was impressed with Sapphire’s... View Article

Grundfos “No Compromise” message a big sucess

Since launching their unique S Tube design there has been an increasing interest in the very substantial benefits that this development from Grundfos Pumps delivers to the wastewater industry. The reasons for this are twofold as this solution combines high... View Article

Senior’s on the case

Senior Architectural Systems: To aid and inspire specifiers during the design process, Senior’s have launched a portfolio of sixteen diverse case studies of projects recently completed in the UK. Projects range from the Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare to the stunning... View Article

Dulux Trade supports apprentices on Prince’s Foundation scheme

Dulux Trade is sponsoring three students through the Prince’s Foundation for Building Community’s Building Skill in Craft Programme. After a particularly competitive application process, Louie Callaghan, Matthew Evans and Matthew McKeowen were successfully awarded places on the course. The programme... View Article

Marking time

Everyone is talking about it. But not everyone knows what it will mean for their business. CE Marking of hardware for fire doors is now compulsory and the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) is keen to clarify what it means... View Article
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