Design and construction habits can obscure logic. Two good examples are frequently witnessed occurring on sites. At the end of this article is a BBC link to a video lasting just 15 seconds – it puts everything into perspective, watch it.
James Latham, distributor of timber, panels and decorative surfaces (stand D55), today unveils its Futurebuild (March 1-3, Excel) activity which will showcase a suite of timber-based, sustainable construction and interiors options.
During the recent pandemic supermarket chains have had to continue with property maintenance and improvement programmes to ensure the safety of their premises, including a store in Staffordshire where the APOLLO Lite 30:30 barrier, manufactured by TBA FIREFLYTM, was installed within the roof-space as part of a major refurbishment project.
Interface, a worldwide commercial flooring company and global leader in sustainability, has unveiled a refresh of its popular Heuga 727 product. This mainstay collection has been one of the company’s most popular ranges since its launch in 2010.
Recent tests have shown that Troldtekt acoustic panels withstand moisture levels up to 98%, even when combined with high temperatures up to 40°C. These latest tests were carried out by the accredited Danish Technological Institute to the European product standard for suspended ceilings (EN 13964).
Fully in step with the sustainable construction goals of Futurebuild, Marmox will be exhibiting its well proven and versatile Thermoblocks on stand K10 from March 1st to the 3rd.
Magply boards are being used as part of Sky’s efforts to create the world’s most sustainable film and TV Studios, Sky Studios Elstree.
IG Masonry Support’s B.O.S.S. A1 offers true flexibility when creating stunning brick facades. Manufactured to meet A1 fire regulations, B.O.S.S. A1 is, quite simply, the boss of brick soffit systems.
The Cineworld New Mersey Retail Park is a multi-million pound complex, comprising 11 cinemas, including one with Super-screen, as well as six restaurants. Located on a major access road into Liverpool, this building looks set to become a landmark.