With current challenges in the supply chain for construction materials, there has never been a better time to explore the new possibilities that modern glass processing can provide. Susan Sinden, Commercial Manager of ESG Group, advises to tap into the know-how and expertise of your glass processor’s technical design team before specifying.
In June 2019 the UK Government announced a legally binding target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Modern glass processing can help address a number of construction challenges. Susan Sinden, Commercial Manager of ESG Group, explains why consulting your glass processor’s technical design team before specifying can give you a clear advantage.
Staying safe may have taken on a new meaning in the past year, but fire safety remains top of the agenda for the construction industry. Susan Sinden, Commercial Manager of ESG Group explains why fire safety glass is still one of the most important safety measures in keeping occupants safe in a wide variety of non-domestic properties.
There is a current trend in the market towards smooth finishes that emulate aluminium and thanks to next generation surface technology, Sidey can offer their customers an ultrasmooth, ultramatt finish with unrivalled performance benefits.
Despite Covid, 2020 saw some stunning new homes and glazing is top of the list when it comes to style.
Increasingly, in the modern construction industry, glass fulfils a number of essential roles, in addition to allowing clear sight lines and the influx of natural light. From privacy and sound proofing to security and fire resistance, it has become one of the most versatile construction materials, as Susan Sinden, Commercial Manager of ESG Group explains.
Over 60 Keylite Roof Windows have been installed to new homes and flats in the Brooke Close housing development in Margate, offering clean and modern aesthetics as well as peace of mind for the building contractor, PCR Projects Ltd.