FAQ: Dumbwaiters & Service lifts

In this blog post we’ll clear up some of the most common questions we’ve heard about Microlift dumbwaiters and service lifts. Read on… What is a ‘service lift’? These lifts go by various names including dumbwaiter, kitchen lifts, catering lifts, service lifts, trolley lifts,... View Article

20 Soho Square

Location – London, UK Total Area = 6,000 sq m Ventilation System = CAM-C Direct Expansion Underfloor supply air and underfloor return air 2016 – Refurbishment Neo-classical building with a stunning Portland stone facade and colonnade. The underfloor system features... View Article

Acoustic ventilation units prove a hit near airports

SIEGENIA’s AEROPAC acoustic vents have been installed well over 100,000 times across Europe and in the UK to combat noise and environmental pollution in high-traffic areas and flight paths. So, when a sound-absorbing ventilation solution was required for noise insulation... View Article

Roof Extension in a Victorian Terraced House

The problem Our client wished to extend their privately owned terraced property in Battersea, London, from 2 floors to 3 floors to gain another bedroom and en-suite. However, this meant that additional fire safety measures would have to be implemented... View Article

Tobermore Launch New Specification Guide

Tobermore continue to set standards with the launch of their official new Specification Guide. Designed with architects, landscape designers, developers, building contractors and housebuilders in mind, the all-encompassing new guide is complete with all the latest additions to Tobermore’s extensive paving... View Article

Wholesale energy savings for TransGourmet

TransGourmet is a European food wholesaler supplying fresh produce to leading food outlets. The wholesaler required a state-of-the-art lighting solution for its new 25,000²m warehouse facility in St Loubes, western France, to save energy and provide a high-quality working environment.... View Article

Crittall booked for library transformation

One of Northern Ireland’s most popular 20th century libraries has been refurbished and extended with Crittall Windows helping to retain its unique character. Coleraine Library was built in 1969 in Brutalist style on a restricted site at a town centre... View Article

Marley plumbing & drainage introduces new Studor range

Marley Plumbing & Drainage has expanded its product offering by introducing the Studor active drainage ventilation system, designed to offer customers even greater choice when it comes to system ventilation design on high rise projects. The Studor P.A.P.A (Positive Air... View Article

New 3D BIM service launched by ISO CHEMIE

Foam tape sealing company ISO CHEMIE has extended the scope of its specialist services with the launch of new 3D BIM (Building Information Modelling) technology. The move will enable architects and designers to integrate high quality scaled digital information around... View Article

Vent-Axia supports BEAMA’s ‘Net-Zero by Design’ report

As the UK becomes the first major economy to commit to net-zero emissions, leading British ventilation manufacturer, Vent-Axia is delighted to support BEAMA’s ‘Net-Zero by Design’ report. Launched on 10th September 2019, at the Council Room, One Great George Street,... View Article

Bradite’s Floor-it floors the competition

Coating specialists Bradite will launch the market’s fastest drying floor paint at this year’s Painting and Decorating Show in November. Floor-it is a new single pack product that is re-coatable in just one hour. Formulated for use in light to... View Article

In the market for super new flooring? Flowcrete have you covered

Different areas of a supermarket require different flooring systems due to unique challenges Flooring needs to be carefully considered in order to meet hygiene and durability standards Flooring requirements for supermarkets differ from other retail outlets The retail sector is... View Article