Learn from the best at Timber Focus 2014

A central part of Timber Expo is the free Timber Focus seminar programme. Organised by TRADA and spread over both days of the show, some of the leading names in the industry come together to discuss many of the hottest... View Article

Tarkett chosen for NHS Teenage Cancer Trust unit

A pioneering unit for treating teenagers and young adults with cancer has been colourfully fitted out with Tarkett flooring. The unit at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust was funded entirely by the Teenage Cancer Trust and designed to create... View Article

Affordable new homes launched in Shoreditch

Genesis has launched a collection of modern new homes in the heart of trendy Shoreditch. The first phase at Mondrian is made up of just 14 one and two bedroom affordable apartments suited for young professionals looking for a home... View Article

Hethel engineering excellence extends to ventilation design

Engineering excellence at a new 40,000ft2 facility extends right through to its ventilation strategy…. The £5.4m Hethel Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering Centre in Norfolk is using natural ventilation designed and supplied by leading independent manufacturer Gilberts of Blackpool to help... View Article

Reflex-Rol U.K.’s contribution to 20/20/20

With the building sector, including our total built stock, being the greatest energy consumers accounting for 40% of all C02 emissions it stands to reason that this is where the greatest energy saving potential is. Saving energy is what today it is... View Article

Shortlist announced for World Interior of the Year 2014

INSIDE World Festival of Interiors (with Headline Partner Dulux), the leading global interior design awards programme, has today announced the nominees that will go head-to-head to be crowned World Interior of the Year 2014, in a ceremony at the Marina... View Article

K2 Capella’s modular options are just the job

When Doncaster-based Paul Jackson Conservatories asked K2 fabricator Four Seasons Conservatories what orangery solutions they had to offer that would allow Paul to present his potential customer with something innovative, the timing could not have been more perfect. It just... View Article

Mercedes-Benz sculpture, Goodwood Festival of Speed 2014

Mercedes-Benz can trace its motorsport origins back through three centuries, to 1894, when Daimler engines powered the world’s first winners on the rough roads of France. It’s appropriate then, that this year’s sculpture at Goodwood Festival of Speed represents that... View Article

Kingspan Optim-R takes school to the next level

When a rise in the local population forced Caldmore Community Primary School to double its intake of pupils, architects at Walsall Council were faced with the challenge of extending the building in the already limited school grounds. Kingspan OPTIM-R formed... View Article

ISG secures SWIP Aberdeen office scheme

ISG has secured a £3.1 million project in Aberdeen on behalf of SWIP, now part of Aberdeen Asset Management, to refurbish and extend commercial office accommodation at AB1, formerly known as Langlands House, in the city centre. The scheme is... View Article

Allegion secures Crossrail contracts totalling £1.25 million

Allegion (formerly known as Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies) has beat off strong competition to secure contracts totalling £1.25 million, which will see the safety and security specialist provide 600 steel doorsets for Europe’s biggest construction project – Crossrail. Allegion has... View Article