This year saw Reynaers sign up to The British Fenestration Ratings Council (BFRC) Energy Rating Scheme.
One of Reynaers ambitious projects received a prestigious Tall Building Award earlier this year.
OMNIE, the British innovator in underfloor heating and renewable technologies, has published a Developers’ Guide aimed at helping housebuilders and property companies differentiate their projects in a crowded market place: ensuring their buyers enjoy the most comfortable and healthy indoor environments.
New Clement steel windows have recently been selected for two very different ecclesiastical projects demonstrating the versatility of steel when it comes to finding the most appropriate fenestration for a particular scheme.
Airports have experienced unprecedented challenges in recent times, with the impact of major changes like Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic on top of the growing demand for international travel. With no sign of slowing down, it is important to consider how the design of airports can be futureproofed for growth, success and sustainability.
Richard Parker is a Chartered Architect and currently leading design and engineering company BakerHicks’ architectural team in the UK, focusing on delivering positive and impactful spaces for its clients. Here, he talks to FC&A about how a childhood interest in constructing and deconstructing objects led him to follow architecture as a career path.
Breathing Buildings is delighted that East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) charity headquarters, Helimed House, has won Project of the Year at this year’s CIBSE East Anglia Awards.
Breathing Buildings, a leading provider of controlled hybrid ventilation systems, is celebrating winning the Collaboration of the Year category at the prestigious HVR Awards.
Leading ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia is delighted to announce it has been shortlisted in the inaugural Energy Saving Awards 2022.
IG Masonry Support played a crucial role in the provision of a series of innovative brickwork solutions at the award-winning Borough Yards. These solutions successfully blend the old with the new, whilst retaining South London's Victorian railway heritage.