Magply magnesium oxysulfate (MOS) boards have recently undergone a stringent testing programme by the British Board of Agrément (BBA), which helps clients validate their processes and mitigate risk offering greater confidence for specifiers of the products tested.

100 years ago in the 1920’s, a West-Country family of builders started fabricating ‘damp courses and other devices to allay the fears of the unpredictable and volatile English climate.’ The Company is now called Cavity Trays Ltd and the Company continues to specialise in keeping the building envelope dry.

In this article Debbie-Sue Farrell, Head of Wellbeing and Marketing Manager at Tamlite Lighting, explains how small changes to office lighting can make a big difference when it comes to reducing energy costs and carbon emissions.

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.

Carbonamine – unique coatings made with new patented technology combining the durability of polyurea/polyaspartic with an ingredient made from waste carbon dioxide – is now available in a range of types.

Premium ice cream brand Mackie’s of Scotland has taken another step towards its goal of becoming Britain’s greenest business by installing T-FIT® high-performance insulation on the family farm in Westertown, Aberdeenshire, where it produces over 13 million litres of ice cream annually.

Leading commercial tile supplier CTD Architectural Tiles has partnered with talented designer Natalie Weavers Interiors to create a tasteful design scheme for a new restaurant in London’s vibrant West End.

Across Europe, co-working is continuing to buck the trend of traditional office decline, with an estimated growth of 158% over the next two years.

When it came to creating a new showroom in London’s sought-after Clerkenwell district, Interface – the commercial flooring company and global leader in sustainability – had a clear vision.

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