From the makers of AliDeck aluminium decking, AliClad is a new fully compliant solution for underside water-management on steel balconies.
As one of the UK’s leading providers of rainscreen systems, metal fabrications and bespoke full envelope solutions – quality is at the core of the PSP Group’s operation. Here, Chairman Heath Hindmarch explains why they made a vast investment to provide a single point of procurement for the entire building envelope.
Powdertech’s Evolution range is the perfect choice for the Energy Centre building at Queen’s Quay, Glasgow.
The launch of Nordic Décor adds an extra dimension to the diversity of Nordic Copper surfaces and alloys from Aurubis, particularly for interior design
An architect led refurbishment project on a private residential property near Exmoor has included the specification of cut-to-falls Marmox Multiboard, chosen for the versatile product’s highly beneficial physical properties, together with the practical considerations to their inclusion.
A development of two and three bedroom terraced homes on a brownfield site in South London is making use of Magply boards’ fire resistance and other physical benefits: receiving a special polymer based, purple coloured membrane finish to provide excellent airtightness as part of an ‘Eco-homes’ energy specification.
Abet Laminati’s exterior grade MEG high pressure laminate is still going strong on two developments of B3Living’s housing portfolio..
With an open Government-led consultation to review the ban on the use of combustible materials in and on the external walls of buildings, Paul Richards, Managing Director of Aquarian Cladding Systems, discusses why a balanced explanation is needed to enable stakeholders to make an informed decision on materials – and why everyone should respond before the deadline on 13th April 2020.
Dura Composites’ new cladding is the UK’s first co-extruded composite timber cladding with a Class B fire rating that’s tested in accordance with genuine install methodology from a UKAS approved laboratory.
Following the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, the negative spotlight on cladding materials had a major knock-on effect for the construction industry, from builders and sub-contractors to architecture firms. Days after the incident, cladding installed on buildings more than 18m in height was called into question by the Government, leading to significant increases in premiums for Professional Indemnity Insurance. Bryan Banbury, Managing Director of leading independent insurance broker Russell Scanlan, discusses the impact on the insurance industry and advises how companies can plan ahead when renewing policies.