A view to thrill

When Scottish housebuilders Ryce Ltd were looking for a high-quality glazing solution for Salisbury View – its latest development in East Edinburgh – REHAU’s Tritec profile was its trusted choice for large span windows and a modern finish to connect... View Article

Your key to reducing height in a heated floor assembly

Once upon a time, the specification of a complete heated floor assembly meant numerous products, layers and processes. Then came Schlüter®-DITRA-HEAT-E-DUO… When the original DITRA-HEAT-E system was released in 2013, it was the first electric underfloor heating system of its... View Article

Breathing Buildings’ NVHR® Wins at HVR Awards

Breathing Buildings, a leading provider of controlled hybrid ventilation systems, is celebrating winning ‘Commercial/Industrial Ventilation Product of the Year’ category at the HVR Awards 2018. The Cambridge-based company’s new energy efficient NVHR® (Natural Ventilation with Heat Recycling) scooped the award... View Article

Kingspan installed on pioneering manufacturing building  

The University of Nottingham is developing the manufacturing solutions of tomorrow at its new, RIBA award winning research facility featuring pipe and duct insulation from Kingspan Industrial Insulation. The Advanced Manufacturing Building has been designed by Bond Bryan and acts... View Article

Densostrip™ Used On Refurbished Ross Fountain

As part of a recently completed £1.5million project to refurbish the historic Ross Fountain in Edinburgh, Winn Coales (Denso) Ltd supplied Densostrip™ and Densostrip Primer™ to provide a permanently watertight seal between precast concrete units. These precast units form the trenches... View Article

Opening doors for GEZE UK throughout Scotland

GEZE UK has strengthened its Automatic Door Systems team with the recent appointment of John Clark, who joins the renowned manufacturer of door and window systems as area sales manager, covering Scotland. Supporting GEZE UK’s planned growth north of the... View Article

DirectDoors visualise what is possible

DirectDoors is proud to be the UK’s largest pocket door kit stockist and supplier, we don’t just supply the pocket system, but we have the largest range of doors shown in real lifestyle settings to allow you to visualise what... View Article

It’s a wrap for Bostik at Brecknock Museum

Bostik’s self-adhesive thermal acoustic wrap, W110, has been used to provide acoustic insulation on the plastic rainwater and soil pipe system at the newly refurbished Brecknock Museum in Brecon, Powys, Mid Wales. Following a successful Heritage Lottery Fund bid, a... View Article

Senior’s fenestration systems welcome students into Stirling

International students at the University of Stirling are enjoying world-class facilities thanks to the creation of the new landmark INTO Centre which benefits from a stylish and sustainable fenestration package from Senior Architectural Systems. The new three-storey building has been... View Article

BLANCO UK supports young kitchen designer

BLANCO UK has, once again, sponsored an aspiring young kitchen designer, Beth Elson, so that she can progress her career by taking a course with The Kitchen Education Trust (TKET) in Bucks University. Beth completed her first year of the... View Article

Sika Sarnafil and Partners scoop NFRC Awards

Market leading single ply roofing manufacturer, Sika Sarnafil, and two of its Registered Contractors, have triumphed at the National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC) Scottish Roofing Contractor of the Year Awards. The awards, which recognise outstanding standards of workmanship and... View Article

Rockfon answer acoustic challenges with intelligent solutions

Delivered under the 21st Century Schools and Education Programme and costing £36.5M, the new Caldicot School building in Monmouthshire offer the innovative and flexible learning facilities demanded by a contemporary secondary school. There are spacious classrooms, a multi-use hall, theatre-style... View Article

Reducing the risk

A revolutionary new project in Copenhagen designed by Bjarke Ingels Group Architects has turned a waste-to-energy plant into a 95,000 square metre tourist attraction. Located on Amager island, the Amager Resource Centre incorporates a ski slope into the roof, walking... View Article