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Meeting the offsite challenge

ADF looks at how one firm is embracing the supply chain challenge of timber housebuilding as the industry transitions to modular offsite construction. The construction industry is undergoing a major transition, with construction moving from building sites to offsite manufacturing.... View Article

Use Wood Wisely – Impacts on forests and wildlife

Wood pellets – small, but deadly, explains Norbord Norbord’s Use Wood Wisely – www.usewoodwisely.co.uk – is an educational resource for the responsible and sustainable use of wood. Rather than burning virgin timber as fuel for energy generation – and thereby releasing tonnes... View Article

Growing up in public

The creation of green space is increasingly constrained in many projects by underground services, access routes, parking and traffic. In light of this issue, living walls and green screens are the win-win solution, says Mobilane’s Paul Garlick. Innovative green systems... View Article

Roof refurbishment made easier with YBS BreatherQuilt

A roofing company active across East Anglia has switched to using BreatherQuilt from the range of YBS, finding it more cost-effective to install while offering superior performance compared to rival products on the market. R. G. Leverett Ltd is a... View Article

The award-winning design highlight from LAMILUX

The latest glass element from LAMILUX is the ideal choice for those projects that are looking for something special and exclusive. The LAMILUX CI System Glass Element F100 Round Version not only sets special visual accents, but also provides unrivalled... View Article

Aluglaze panels an ideal choice for facade of emergency homes

Sheffield based Panel Systems, developer QED Sustainable Urban Developments and offsite manufacturer CargoTek, have worked together to alleviate the level of homelessness in Ealing, with homes built from former shipping containers that feature attractive facades manufactured from Aluglaze panels. The... View Article

The sounds of science

Experimentarium in Tuborg near Copenhagen is one of the most exciting buildings to open in recent months. Designed by CEBRA architects, this world class science centre provides families, school children and science lovers high-quality science exhibitions where they can touch... View Article

The power of showers

Level-access showering and wet-room style bathrooms are on-trend, but the reality of creating a true wet room can be costly, so Simon Boocock of CR Laurence looks at some alternative options. The aesthetic appeal of a wet-room style bathroom cannot... View Article

Ahead in the cloud: access control evolves

John Whitby at dormakaba looks at the development of cloud-based access control systems, and the important benefits they can have for customers. The rapid pace of technological innovation in recent years has resulted in an increase in the capabil- ity... View Article

Vicaima reaches new heights

Getting to the top is not easy. But with the rising demand for grey and on-trend tonal colours epitomised by the new Visual Sensations’ Mountain from Vicaima, specifiers can take their vision to new heights with doors that reflect the... View Article

Luceco lights Print Innovation Specialists

Luceco and Advanced Interior Solutions (AIS) have recently completed an LED lighting installation at Vinyl Graphics Ltd with LuxBay, a cost-effective LED luminaire ideal for high ceiling mounting positions in industrial and warehouse environments. Vinyl Graphics Ltd (VGL), based in... View Article
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