Sapphire’s offsite-manufactured Glide-On™ Cassette® balconies, together with the company’s logistical expertise, have solved several intriguing challenges posed by Block C1 at London Dock in Wapping, a stunning development of high-quality homes situated on the historic Thames waterfront.
To celebrate Scottish Apprenticeship week in March, fenestration specialist Sidey is set to officially launch its Training Academy.
Glidevale Protect is putting its specialist range of energy efficient building solutions to the test by providing a range of products for use at the new Energy House 2.0 development and embarking on a collaborative research partnership with the University of Salford and national housebuilder Bellway Homes.
Sapphire's Innovative Solutions Ensure Rapidly Installed, Rigid Balconies for White City Development
As industry leaders in prefabricated balconies backed by the brand promise to be rigid, ready and right, Sapphire has overcome challenges posed by a new residential project in one of London’s most notable suburbs.
Brett Martin has provided its StormCrate55 modular crates for an underground attenuation tank designed to control stormwater and address excessive rainwater run-off as part of a prestigious development of homes in central Scotland.
Quantum Flooring’s Q-Range Stair Nosing collection is at the forefront of safety and compliance for specification. It caters for all sectors and installations, with profiles to suit any project. Quantum is delighted to announce that the brand-new Q-Range Guide is now available.
The Synergised™ aluminium decking system is the latest offering in F.H. Brundle’s extensive product range.
Injectable chemical anchoring systems from EJOT combine high strength with ease of use to provide a dependable anchoring solution for cracked and non-cracked concrete, brick and block in the most demanding applications.
Quantum Flooring Solutions is delighted to announce that it is launching a brand-new set of awards for 2022. The Q-Awards are open to architects, specifiers, flooring contractors, and other project leaders.
In response to the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the Government brought into force new Building Regulations on 21 December 2018 banning all combustible materials in external walls of new high-rise buildings over 18 metres for certain residential applications. Furthermore there are still many high-risk residential buildings with some form of dangerous cladding which needs to be replaced.