A combination of ROCKWOOL’s non-combustible stone wool insulation and certified FIREPRO® products have been specified to ensure the Grange University Hospital, a new specialist healthcare facility in Wales, can achieve the highest levels of fire protection.
As part of FAAC Group’s EUR 100 million acquisition of ASSA ABLOY’s Automatic pedestrian door business in several European countries, the UK division re-launches today as FAAC Entrance Solutions.
The fire protection of critical movement joints within the main floor slabs of the new Midland Metropolitan University Hospital in Birmingham has consumed some 1,000 linear metres of Titan Lite 120/60, as a well proven and widely specified passive fire protection product.
The Knauf ThroughWall exterior infill panel system has now achieved BBA certification (certificate number 20/S046).
Both phases to the refurbishment and extension of the teaching and other facilities at a South London school are making full use of the insulating and loadbearing capabilities of Marmox Thermoblocks.
Bristol based brick slip cladding specialists Eurobrick are celebrating 30 years in business. The pandemic has tempered their celebrations, but it has been a good opportunity to reflect. Eurobrick managing director Richard Haines shares their story.
Brett Martin Daylight Systems’ Marlon Clickfix VF polycarbonate glazing system is delivering exceptional natural daylight inside Dublin’s new National Indoor Arena. The system has been used to create a bright, appealing interior that will help provide the perfect environment for sports, whilst providing exceptional aesthetics.
Leviat, the new global brand for CRH’s construction accessories companies, launches today. Under the Leviat brand, leading industry names including Ancon, HALFEN, Helifix, Plaka and Isedio come together as one global business, creating a world leader in connecting, fixing and anchoring technology.
The new DePuro Pro air purifier has been successfully installed in two NHS hospitals in Essex as part of their fight against the spread of Covid-19. The twelve units have been installed in three dental rooms and nine treatment rooms in a project to improve the air quality in the hospitals and increase patient turn-around in a clean and safe environment.