James Tobias opens London showroom and strengthens sales team

James Tobias Ltd., the UK’s leading storagewall manufacturer has opened a new showroom in Central London. Situated at a prestigious location in Farringdon, the impressive new showroom is shared with facilities services company, The Atkinson Group of Companies. James Tobias... View Article

BPF: New Green Deal Home Improvement Fund welcome

The British Property Federation (BPF) has welcomed the new Green Deal Home Improvement Fund. It has praised the Government for launching sensible changes that will make the application process easier, but would like to see further details on what will... View Article

Air Curtains at BT Newgate

JS Air Curtains has supplied two Zen air curtains and a Rotowind revolving door air curtain for use at BT’s global headquarters at Newgate Street, London. The air curtain system was design by entrance specialists, Blue Chyp, who developed a... View Article

Array receives ‘A’ rating from BRE

Heckmondwike FB is celebrating the news that the BRE (Building Research Establishment) has awarded an A rating to its Array fibre bonded carpet tile, for offices and commercial environments, which will be included in the BRE’s Green Book Live. An... View Article

Sound proofing insulation solutions CPD

Cellecta continues to establish itself as an expert in sound proofing, as its Cutting Edge Acoustics CPD receives the stamp of approval from RIBA. The RIBA “CPD Assessed Material” covers the fundamental characteristics of acoustic Building Regulations Part E and provides... View Article

£7600 to make your home more energy efficient

Households carrying out energy efficiency improvements on their home can now get more money back to offset the cost of having the work done. From June, people in England and Wales will be able to get up to £7600 back... View Article

Call to support efficient appliance sales

A new report published today “Promoting highly efficient electrical appliances” calls on the Government to help the public replace their old appliances and cut their energy bills by up to £75 a year. The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)... View Article

Endless Stair becomes Scale Infinite

Endless Stair, an intriguing structure of Escher-like interlocking staircases made from American tulipwood cross-laminated timber (CLT) has been reconfigured and is a feature at Interni Magazine’s ‘Feeding New Ideas for the City’ exhibition at the Università degli Studi in Milan.... View Article

ISG Takes £5.5 Million NE Fire Authority Scheme

ISG has been awarded its latest blue light project, taking a £5.5 million scheme to construct a state-of-the-art training centre for County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service. This win builds upon ISG’s success converting blue light projects in... View Article

Most advanced 3D studio launched in London

Owing to booming demand, Hobs 3D, the largest bureau of its kind in London, is re-launching as Hobs Studio, with a new office in Central Street in the heart of tech city. Hobs Studio specialises in providing innovative, high quality... View Article

Building recovery under threat, warns FMB

The economic recovery in the SME construction sector is under threat from rising building costs and material shortages warns the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). Commenting on the results of the FMB’s State of Trade Survey for the first three... View Article

Eurostadium design submitted in UEFA bid

On April 23, the Belgian Football Association, together with the city of Brussels and the Brussels Capital Region, delivered their candidacy for the Euro2020 football championship. The submitted design for the Eurostadium was made by Arup in collaboration with KCAP... View Article