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Mercury Tower

Malta’s location at the midpoint of the Mediterranean has made the island a centre of trade and tourism. Welcoming almost 2.5 million international tourists last year with the number of visitors growing by almost 10% annually, Malta’s hospitality industry employs... View Article

Opening the doors to a shoppers’ paradise

GEZE UK is opening doors to more shoppers at Glasgow Fort which has recently launched a third phase of shops and leisure facilities at its out-of-town shopping and leisure complex. With more than 100 outlets and parking for 2,500, Glasgow... View Article

IKO PLC appoints new group managing director

Global roofing, waterproofing and insulation manufacturer IKO PLC has appointed Anthony Carlyle as its new Group Managing Director. Anthony moves from his position as MD of IKO Polymeric where he has spent more than 13 years, having started the division... View Article

Blog: Specifying door closers for social housing projects

Following a leaked report published in the London Evening Standard about the role the lack of functioning door closers played in the spread of the Grenfell fire, Graham Hulland, Product Marketing Manager at dormakaba reviews best practice for specifying door... View Article

Construction output to fall for first time in six years

The UK’s construction industry is expected to experience a moderate fall in 2018, following five years of consecutive growth. The Construction Products Association’s Summer Forecasts anticipate growth for the whole of 2018 to fall 0.6%, before accelerating to 2.3% in... View Article

Roofglaze Upgrades to Constructionline Gold (Level 3) Membership

Roofglaze is pleased to announce that it has upgraded its Constructionline membership from Silver (Level 2) to Gold (Level 3). Having already worked on numerous high-profile projects with top architects and main contractors, this is further proof of Roofglaze’s continued commitment to... View Article

Chadwick Hall on the 2018 Stirling Prize Shortlist

Henley Halebrown’s Chadwick Hall project comprising of three residential halls for the University of Roehampton (London) has made the Royal Institution of British Architects’ (RIBA) Stirling Prize 2018 shortlist. The Prize is awarded annually to the best building in the... View Article

Revised National Planning Policy Framework published

The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) has been revised by the Ministry of Housing including new rules intended by the to make it easier for councils to challenge poor quality development, and provide communities with a greater voice on how... View Article

SterlingOSB – a work of art

Norbord’s SterlingOSB is ever increasing in popularity; and not just in timber frame kits where the beauty of the strands is covered. The “bare” engineered wood panel is now seen everywhere in retail displays, office refurbishments, restaurant bars and seating,... View Article
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