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Danfloor’s carpet collection is Evolving!

Danfloor Uk, leading suppliers of carpets to the healthcare sector, are proud to be previewing their brand new carpet collection at this year’s Care and Dementia Show. With over 30 years’ experience of manufacturing carpets for the Care industry danfloor’s... View Article

The New Technology

Danfloor announce multi million capital investment in new tufting technology; Colorpoint by Card Monroe Corp, world renowned leaders in state of the art carpet tufting technology. The investment in the new Colorpoint machine opens up a world of design opportunities... View Article

What are the benefits to using Engineered Timber?

The benefits of Timbmet Engineered Components (TEC®) compared to Timber are explained in a new brochure that underlines why the company is at the forefront of innovation in the largely traditional timber industry. Manufacturers and installers will find that Timbmet’s... View Article

Spatial Architects maximise lost space

The area between a house and its detached garage is often a lost space. One cost effective and functional solution is to use this gap to accommodate extra living space. Such a property in Shenfield Essex involved the design and... View Article

Novus thriving on hotelier sector success

Novus Property Solutions has won a competitive tender for a major refurbishment project in the hotel sector worth £2.5 million. The maintenance, refurbishment and new build contractor has developed an outstanding reputation on the back of its work for some... View Article

EVC System BIM Objects announced by UK Manufacturer

Baldwin Boxall has announced the availability of BIM objects for their two Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) systems – Omnicare and CARE2. The drawings are freely available from the company to anyone upon request. BIM (Building Information Modelling) increases efficiency, reduces... View Article

Architect of the Year Awards launched For 2017

The BD Architect of the Year Awards is now open for entries. Now in its 13th year, the AYA’s are unique in rewarding architectural practices for the best body of work in 15 different categories. As part of its continuing... View Article

The beauty of glass for high-end residences

D R Services, a specialist in innovative glass structures and fittings, was selected for everything glass in an upmarket building project in Kensington, London. The company is specified in all sorts of properties across the capital; and glass is at... View Article

D R Services strikes again with switchable glass

D R Services, a specialist in innovative glass structures and fittings, has designed a spectacular switchable glass feature in Christie’s Auction House in London. Completed in June this year, the switchable glass system was installed away from the public’s eye... View Article

SME contractors to be trained on building energy efficient homes

A year-long training initiative to educate local construction specialists in building low energy homes has been launched in Norfolk and Suffolk. The project, called the Fabric First Institute and run by energy efficiency consultants Whole House Energy, will teach contractors to deliver homes to... View Article

FDS Consult celebrates crystal anniversary

FDS Consult, one of the UK’s leading experts in fire engineering, proudly celebrated its 15th anniversary this September. The firm, which was founded in September 2001 by Gerard Sheridan and Andy Riley, has gone from strength to strength, providing a professional... View Article

An open letter to architects

Gus Zogolovitch, managing director of property developer Inhabit Homes, addresses UK architects. Dear architects, I am an independent design-led developer specialising in custom build. My vision is to help change the way that we build, buy and live in our... View Article

Government should be tackling skills shortage, not attacking foreign workers

Following last week’s controversial announcement from Home Secretary Amber Rudd that companies would be forced to publish detailed information about foreign staff in their employment, construction industry leaders have welcomed Education Secretary Justine Greening’s subsequent playing down the proposals, saying that the information... View Article
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