John McMullan, Commercial Manager of EPDM lining specialist at Firestone Building Products, discusses the installation of the company’s GeoGard EPDM Membrane at the new USA Embassy Building in London.
Delta Membrane Systems Limited have launched a new range of Gas Membranes, our MemTech Gas Protection range are BBA Approved and work in compliance with Building Standards (BS8485:2015, BRE 211.2015, CIRIA 665, CIRIA 735, CIRIA 748 and NHBC Standards) suitable for the protection against dangerous gases and chemicals when building on Brownfield and contaminated sites.
EQUITONE facade materials from Marley Eternit evoke the unique nature of fibre cement - a mineral composite material with outstanding physical and aesthetic properties.
Following last year’s NFRC Roofing Awards win, Sika Sarnafil Registered Contractor Contour Roofing, has once again been recognised for its outstanding work, making the shortlist in the Single Ply category.
Architects, builders, developers and savvy home buyers are beginning to understand not only the importance of airtightness, but also the potential complexity in getting it right. There is, however, a very simple solution: work with a proven system of carefully developed and tested products – and the expert team behind them.
Carleton Manor Park is an exclusive new housing development that offers luxurious family homes of the highest quality. In order to showcase the high-end, aspirational feel of the development, the showhome was proudly designed and created and all of the high quality products used throughout were carefully considered.
Having experienced several years of steady and reliable increases in turnover, performance, and number of personnel, Newton capitalised on this growth in 2016 by expanding its premises at its headquarters in Tonbridge, Kent.
Flagship waterproofing membrane Newton 403 HydroBond has been shortlisted in the Product Innovation of the Year – Materials category at the prestigious London awards.
Last year a new version of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM 2015) was introduced by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). These regulations affect almost everybody involved in construction, from clients and designers to suppliers and contractors, and are applied to all sites.