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Canary Wharf bank on the future

8 Canada Square – better known as The HSBC Tower – has been the global HQ for HSBC Group since it was completed in 2002. The 45 floor building was designed by Sir Norman Foster’s team and, at 656ft, is... View Article

Grundfos “No Compromise” message a big sucess

Since launching their unique S Tube design there has been an increasing interest in the very substantial benefits that this development from Grundfos Pumps delivers to the wastewater industry. The reasons for this are twofold as this solution combines high... View Article

Senior’s on the case

Senior Architectural Systems: To aid and inspire specifiers during the design process, Senior’s have launched a portfolio of sixteen diverse case studies of projects recently completed in the UK. Projects range from the Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare to the stunning... View Article

Dulux Trade supports apprentices on Prince’s Foundation scheme

Dulux Trade is sponsoring three students through the Prince’s Foundation for Building Community’s Building Skill in Craft Programme. After a particularly competitive application process, Louie Callaghan, Matthew Evans and Matthew McKeowen were successfully awarded places on the course. The programme... View Article

Marking time

Everyone is talking about it. But not everyone knows what it will mean for their business. CE Marking of hardware for fire doors is now compulsory and the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) is keen to clarify what it means... View Article

New housing development incorporates renewable heating

Oak Trees is a new housing development in Slough Lane, situated in the market town of Attleborough, within the rural Norfolk landscape. The site consists of 22 houses, chalets and bungalows built in a traditional style. The developer, Bennett Homes,... View Article

Wolf trusses chosen for new East Yorkshire village hall

Hull-based manufacturer, Turner Timber Frames, has provided Wolf Systems roof trusses for the construction of the new £500,000 village hall in Paull, East Yorkshire. The new lottery-funded building, designed by local architect, David Cross, replaces an old 1930s prefabricated building... View Article

All Hanson products CE marked

Architects can be sure that when they specify Hanson products they are all certified with the new mandatory Construction Products Regulation (CPR) CE mark. The CPR has replaced the Construction Products Directive and products covered by a harmonised European Standard,... View Article

Crossgrip safety walkway on Berlin IKEA

Crossgrip roof walkway matting, manufactured in the UK by Plastic Extruders Ltd, has been installed on the rooftop of a large Ikea store in Berlin. Without the need of any welding equipment, 700 metres were laid in only one day... View Article

Learning the right way for the highway

Ultracrete home to a range of market leading highways maintenance solutions, boasts bespoke outside and indoor training areas, specially developed for the highways industry, which are ideally suited for practical work and developing product knowledge and confidence. Their facilities include... View Article

Brio single run offers zero clearance

Brio, the leading architectural sliding and folding door hardware manufacturer, has developed a wide range of fixings for exterior and interior sliding timber doors with its Single Run portfolio. Now the company has added an option to the range to... View Article
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