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Architecture: art or science?

Peter Park of Ayming UK, argues that architects are missing out on tax incentives because they believe R&D does not apply to them. It’s a common misconception and architecture firms... View Article

Pushing the envelope

John Nolan of Generix Facades looks at the importance of a robust approach to testing the structural integrity and capability of facade systems Having a solid understanding of how a... View Article

Pump priming

Darren George of Willow Pumps looks at recent developments in pump station design, to provide ease as well as efficiency It’s safe to say the aim at the outset of... View Article

Landmark Hotel Refurbishment Completes

Works have completed on the refurbishment of voco Grand Central, a 19th Century former Great British Railway Hotel, in the heart of Glasgow city centre. Part of the IHG Hotels &... View Article

The air quality route to net zero

With the deadline looming for net-zero carbon, buildings are being designed to be ever more airtight. Richard Paine of Vent-Axia explains how MVHR combines energy efficient ventilation with good indoor... View Article

Insulation creates healthier buildings

Matt Prowse of Knauf Insulation discusses how insulation can help combat the problems of sick building syndrome, including noise and indoor air quality, sustainably The average adult spends 90 per... View Article
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Product & Supplier News

Aico join Captain Tom 100 Challenge

This May Bank Holiday weekend, Aico have pledged to get involved with the national Captain Tom 100 Challenge, in aid of local charity The Movement Centre. Back in April 2020,... View Article

Timber frame construction the Norbord way

Timber frame construction brings many benefits to the housebuilding industry, including quicker build times, quieter assembly, fewer deliveries to site, cost savings and a reduction in defects. Underpinning these advantages,... View Article
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