A plethora of products from Zentia met a multitude of challenges at a redeveloped Welsh school.
A range of Zentia’s suspended ceiling tiles and grid systems have been used as part of an award-winning project to transform one of Northumberland’s largest schools.
Style, the UK’s leading supplier of moveable wall systems, has the contract to provide scheduled servicing of the large number of partitioning walls installed at a major university.
Schools, hospitality venues, community centres and other facilities with open plan areas can help reduce energy bills by using a moveable or folding wall.
Working in partnership with Jonathan Tuckey Design, Vale Southern Construction has constructed an award-winning sustainable building, which is home to a theatre in the grounds of an independent Berkshire school.
Recognising their long-standing commitment to exceptional customer service and product excellence, partitioning experts Style has been named by Willmott Dixon as both the winner of their National Goods Supply Chain Award, as well as Goods Supply Chain Partner of the Year.
In the face of the on-going energy crisis and rising energy bills, schools, colleges, and universities are under increasing pressure to reduce operational costs. Colin Lawson, Head of Market Intelligence at Tamlite Lighting says small changes can make a big difference with retrofitting the key to success.
It is no secret that Early Years Education (0-5 years) plays a key role in children's brain development and can hugely impact their first learning experiences. This in turn can deeply affect their future cognitive, emotional and social development.
Classrooms in England have come under the spotlight from the Department for Education (DfE) who are spending around £25m providing better ventilation for classrooms, including providing state schools with CO2 sensors. Research has suggested that poor light levels, the wrong temperatures, humidity, air pollution and CO2, can all impair learning. More importantly, studies have suggested that high rates of carbon dioxide are known to cause drowsiness, loss of concentration and headaches.