Sidey recently collaborated and supplied & fitted fenestration solutions for a project in Edinburgh that was a residential re-development of a large brownfield site which forms part of the master planned regeneration of the Granton area.

Polypipe Building Services has launched Terrain Q, a polypropylene, easy-to-install push fit system with multi-layer technology designed for a variety of commercial and high-rise residential buildings. Sitting alongside well-known Terrain drainage systems within the Polypipe Building Services portfolio including Terrain PVC and Terrain FUZE, Terrain Q brings a new dimension to the commercial drainage portfolio in the form of a drainage system that offers both noise reducing and fire retardancy benefits.

74 apartments and 18 houses in Wolverhampton fitted out by GA Nicholas will benefit from excellent indoor air quality thanks to ventilation manufacturer VORTICE. Situated opposite the iconic Royal Hospital building on the former bus depot in Cleveland Road, the site is part funded by Homes England and will benefit from a range of continuous mechanical extract and heat recovery units.

Sidey collaborated on a project to redevelop a landmark pub in Perth into 24 new flats that provide a safe, secure, and affordable place for Perth & Kinross Council tenants to live.

Vortice has recently added to its long-standing and popular range, the Vort Leto MEV, with the introduction of a humidity controlled mechanical extract unit – Vort Leto MEV HCS.

Architects and specifiers selecting fire doors for residential buildings need to be confident that they will perform as they should. That is where third-party certification makes a difference.

Sidey recently collaborated and supplied & fitted fenestration solutions for a project in Edinburgh that was a residential re-development of a large brownfield site which forms part of the master planned regeneration of the Granton area.

Following on from being among the first UK companies to achieve new fire door certification, Joint Managing Director, Steve Hardy talks about Sidey’s recent investment in a bespoke fire door factory and the benefits that it will bring...

Sally Lewis describes the start of her career as an exploration of what architectural education could offer. She was a practicing Architect in South Africa by the mid-‘90s, but turned to urban design thanks to a scholarship to study in the UK. By the turn of the millennium, she had completed an MA in urban design and was in the UK for good, building up her career with roles at the likes of Llewellyn Davies, John McAslan + Partners, CABE and HTA. Here, we find out about Sally’s time in South Africa, discover the designs she’s worked on here in the UK and learn more about the opening of her firm, Stitch Architects.

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.

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