In leafy Surrey, a private car collection containing rare Ferraris, Jaguars, Aston Martins and Bentleys is now elegantly, safely and securely housed in a bespoke Wohr parking solution.
Lisa Stephens, Building Envelope Product Manager at ROCKWOOL UK, explains the benefits of recladding and which factors need to be considered when planning a new recladding project.
The Sash Window Workshop specialise in high quality replacement timber windows and doors. The company were chosen to replace seventeen sash windows and a French door in a neo-Georgian town house in West London.
It has been a turbulent time for the UK housing market, with political and economic instability pushing mortgage rates up to a 7.2 percent high at the end of 2022. After years of skyrocketing house prices and record-low interest rates, the market is now in a period of fluctuation.
National Ventilation, a leading UK-based ventilation manufacturer and supplier, is delighted to announce that is has been shortlisted in the prestigious H&V New Awards 2022.
In the heart of Knightsbridge, a complex and challenging 142-week renovation programme has produced the striking Knightsbridge Gardens. With 31,600m2 of modern, high- specification retail and office space, the building also features 35 residential units and a new rooftop restaurant.
Contemporary Glass Structures a company which specialise in frameless structural glass products were selected to manufacture and install a flush glazed mirror door for a 4th-floor terrace glass façade as part of extensive renovations of a commercial office building in the heart of Manchester’s professional district.
UFCM and Ace Concrete Flooring were called upon when a heating solution was needed for a new centre for disabled children in north east England.
National Ventilation, a leading UK-based ventilation manufacturer, has designed and supplied a ventilation system for the Golden Hinde, a full-size reconstruction of the English galleon captained by Sir Francis Drake on his circumnavigation of the globe between 1577-1580.
A massive transformation of what is (probably) the most famous brewery site in the world, has resulted in a stunning and vibrant new city district in the heart of Copenhagen.