‘Satellite’ has arrived on the scene, a unique range of finishes developed by Powdertech Corby Ltd. Theses finishes have mesmerising metallic and pearlescent effects with a depth of colour unrivalled in a one-coat application.
A specialist contractor undertaking all of the fireproofing within a new medical research building in Surrey has been making use of two well proven, flexible fire barrier products from the TBA’s FIREFLY™ range, to provide 30 minutes protection within the majority of the ceiling voids throughout the four-storey structure.
In any building, in any industry, safety is paramount.
Sidey is delighted to announce the launch of its new website. After listening to customer feedback, the website has been redsigned to make it easy to navigate the companies four sectors and includes exclusive download areas, interactive software, innovation details as well as sector specific product information
Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates, May 24, 2022: RAK Ceramics PJSC (Ticker: RAKCEC: Abu Dhabi), one of the largest ceramics brands in the world, announced today the opening of its first global Design Hub in London.
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.
Fire protection solutions manufacturer, Advanced, has welcomed the amended Approved Document B of the Building Regulations as a “positive step in the right direction to improve fire safety in new high-rise residential buildings”.
The role of acoustics in architecture is not just about achieving optimum sound levels. With the right solutions in place, it can enhance the way people interact with each other and the space around them. Done correctly, it can also promote health and wellness – creating a calm and peaceful ambience where occupants can enjoy living, working or socialising.
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.