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Showing the potential of Passivhaus

The Kingspan TEK Building System of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) has been used to create a contemporary show home that blends ambitious architectural design with the meticulous energy efficiency requirements of the Passivhaus Standard, at the Potton Show Centre in... View Article

Porsche West London adds style with Encasement

The recently opened Porsche Centre in West London is using 22 ‘Forma’ decorative aluminium column casings from Encasement to conceal structural steelwork while adding to the showroom’s stylish and high quality interior design. Located in Chiswick on the Great West... View Article

Concrete and composites: A powerful partnership

At the end of 2016, the UK government unveiled a record infrastructure spend pipeline of £500 billion-plus, £300m of which will be invested by 2020/21. Composite materials play a growing role in this, with expected growth in the construction industry... View Article

Senior brings light and space to new Cambridge school

As the first new secondary school to be built in Cambridge for 40 years, the recently completed Trumpington Community College has been given a bright and modern design that features various aluminium windows, doors and curtain walling systems from Senior... View Article

Expona Bevel Line – Luxury Vinyl Tiles Defined

The latest addition to Polyflor’s renowned Expona family of high design and high performance commercial luxury vinyl tile products is the updated Bevel Line collection, now rebranded as Expona Bevel Line and featuring brand new contemporary wood and stone effect... View Article

Marshall-Tufflex PowerPoles deliver for manufacturer

Marshall-Tufflex’s sleek and modern power and data services solution, PowerPoles, have delivered the right mix of style, versatility and price for a Blue Chip manufacturing company’s new headquarters in business and retail hub Logistics North, Bolton. Sophisticated and elegant, PowerPoles... View Article

New guidance on washroom legalities and good practice

By law (Equality Act 2010), venues need to make anticipatory ‘reasonable adjustments’ to the built environment to prevent disabled people being put at a ‘substantial’ disadvantage- that includes suitable toilets! To help all involved in the decision-making process get it... View Article

Vortice showcased innovations at ISH

From 14-18 March  2017 Vortice Italy exhibited at the international ISH tradeshow in Frankfurt  with new ranges of innovative products and services for the residential and industrial air-conditioning sector.  Products on display reconfirmed the company’s innovation, technological development and keen focus on... View Article

ArcHaus receives a facelift from Remmers

The exterior of this iconic building was suffering with high levels of damage, including salt ingress and excessive cracking to the render and brickwork. Salt Inhibitor was used as a ‘masonry salt blocker’ and applied to the exposed brickwork. Large... View Article

High efficiency small circulators

Pumps continue to be vital to everyone’s lives. Vast amounts of water, grey water and sewage need moving every minute of the day and on a micro scale, every heating and cooling system in our housing stock requires a pump... View Article

BREEAM Excellence from Metal Technology at Arvalee School

Metal Technology’s commitment to performance engineering has contributed to the Excellent BREEAM rating achieved by Arvalee School in Omagh, Northern Ireland. The school, which caters for children with learning difficulties, is phase one of a £130m education project and is... View Article
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