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Passivhaus approvals for Aluprof

The Passivhaus standard originated from a conversation in May 1988 between a Swede Bo Adamson and Wolfgang Feist of Germany. The idea was to develop a voluntary standard for energy efficiency in buildings, significantly reducing their ecological footprint. Today, the... View Article

Top marks for Ahmarra!

Specialist timber fire door manufacturer,  Ahmarra have re-launched their popular ‘Education Range’ of doorsets for schools to include even more product information and technical guidance. Sam Doran, Ahmarra’s Sales Director said, “The summer months  proved to be a very busy... View Article

Modern exchange in architecture and student life

Bournemouth University’s Fusion building is state of the art – a modern design and planning process using BIM, sustainable materials and ordered floor plans to facilitate the exchange of the faculties. The Fusion building of Bournemouth University has been designed... View Article

It’s time for stylish new air conditioning units using R32

Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new line-up of wall-mounted air conditioning units with a sophisticated, streamlined design and a comprehensive range of features to make stylish, energy efficient air conditioning available for countless small businesses. The M Series MSZ-LN range... View Article

Fast track plan for Hangar 9 is a runway success

easyJet’s Hangar 9 is mission ready to support forthcoming intensive MRO schedules at Gatwick Airport, following a rapid design and build project which was completed in just six months. easyJet selected Rubb Buildings Ltd to design, manufacture and construct their... View Article

Hidden benefits of concealment

Powermatic controlled, concealed door closers have become the specifier’s choice for a wide variety of projects thanks to the fact that they are totally invisible when the door is closed. British designed and manufactured, and available in standard and Free... View Article

Terrain has a ball on O2 Project

Europe’s largest pillar free ballroom can now welcome dancers from around the globe thanks to the installation of an innovative drainage system. The 4,800 metre2 ballroom, situated in the InterContinental London O2 Hotel, is located close to its iconic namesake,... View Article

It’s Magical by Pulsar

Pulsar were proud to support a local village community, who transformed a corner of the woods and an old railway hut into Santa’s Grotto, providing something to remember for all who attended. “It’s magical!” said a little girl (unprompted) as... View Article

Kemper System – Ecobuild 2017

KEMPER SYSTEM’s proposition at Ecobuild is all about sustainability with KEMPEROL® 2K-PUR cold applied liquid waterproofing leading the way When we talk about roofing systems, their relative merits and sustainability, we need to understand what sustainability means: The capacity to... View Article

An integrated wetroom solution from Schlüter-Systems Ltd

When it comes to long term success, possible time and cost savings and versatile design options for wetrooms, we recommend an integrated single-source system. The beauty of the Schlüter®-WETROOM system is that its products have been designed and manufactured to... View Article

Academy building transformed – thanks to Trueline

The Robert Owen Academy in Hereford, was one of the first recipients to receive re-deployed buildings from the London Olympics in 2012. The government and the Olympic Committee were keen to ensure that the buildings could be re-used or recycled... View Article

Gerflor ‘wows’ with 2017/18 collections at Surface Design Show

This February saw London’s Business Design Centre international flooring and interiors specialist Gerflor showcasing its 2017 and 2018 collections of high quality contract and residential flooring solutions. The Surface Design Show provided the perfect backdrop for Gerflor to shine a light on... View Article
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