Good bathroom lighting is essential for the avoidance of accidents; however, it is of particular importance in accessible installations. Here, Stuart Reynolds, Head of Product and Marketing at AKW, shows how specifiers and installers can ensure well-lit, inclusive bathrooms that promote independence and safety.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is changing the way we work, and for the better. However, according to construction research specialist Competitive Advantage, less than half of businesses are BIM Level 2 compliant and more than half are unable to name the person responsible for BIM in their business, says Erica Coulehan, Content Marketing Manager at GroupBC.
To understand the most pressing physical security concerns into the future and how best to prepare, Jacksons Fencing has commissioned original research among industry professionals to get a clearer picture of what is and might be. Here, Managing Director, Peter Jackson, talks us through the findings.
Leading contract kitchen specialist, Commodore Kitchens, has completed the installation of more than 250 kitchens across five phases for Countryside Properties’ Aura Development in Cambridge. Here, FC&A takes a look at the project.
Metal ceilings are a thing of functional and aesthetic beauty. Offering designers full flexibility – whilst still attaining the necessary fire, thermal, acoustic and light requirements – metal ceilings are quickly becoming the mainstay in modern buildings; from commercial offices to airport terminals, railway stations to shopping centres. John Spicer, Technical Manager at SAS International, explains more.