Tudor helps architects restore historic roofs

Tudor Roof Tiles’ historically authentic range of handmade peg and plain clay tiles are designed specifically with the restoration of historic roofs in mind. In the first of a new series of downloadable information booklets, Tudor outlines the factors involved... View Article

Rapid water heating at Olympic venue

Atlantic Boilers have played their part in the success of the £25m Lee Valley White water centre by providing the space heating to warm up competitors and spectators alike. Built to host events at the Olympics, the venue opened again... View Article

David Buffery to lead Benoy’s global hospitality team

Benoy, international award-winning Architects, Masterplanners, Interior and Graphic Designers, has welcomed renowned hospitality designer, David Buffery, to its Hong Kong studio to lead the firm’s Global Hospitality Team. Peter McCaffery, Global Director and Head of the Hong Kong Studio commented:... View Article

Hunter’s got some bottle

Hunter’s favourite bottle gully has been given a revamp to include some improved benefits, including a new secured ring seal base, removable 110mm rear boss plug and improved internal access, which makes it even easier to clean, maintain and rod.... View Article

Beautiful roofs for the beautiful game

Twelve football stadiums were ready on time for the start of the football tournament in Brazil. Work had been going on night and day to achieve this goal. Five of these gigantic stadiums are covered with Firestone UltraPly™ TPO membrane.... View Article

Add the ‘WOW factor’ in small bathrooms

It’s often the smallest room of the house, but in Britain we really do take that idea literally with the smallest average bathroom size in Europe. Every installer has been faced with a tiny en-suite or asked to create a... View Article