Encasement provides smart casing solution for Winchester College

A £4 million project to refurbish and extend Winchester College’s New Hall building is using our bespoke aluminium ‘Forma’ column casings to conceal structural columns and help create a dramatic new entrance and foyer. The design by architects Barnsley, Hewitt & Mallinson... View Article

A Georgian townhouse approaches Passivhaus EnerPHit standards

2017 An historic Listed Georgian townhouse in London’s Bloomsbury has been transformed into a comfortable, peaceful and energy efficient home that approaches Passivhaus EnerPHit standards. Robert Prewett of Prewett Bizley architects took on the challenge of convincing conservation officers that... View Article

Remmers deliver food grade flooring for Graze UK

Remmers UK were commissioned to install hygienic food grade flooring to the automated filling and packaging lines at the relocated premises of Nature Delivered (www.graze.com). A number of steel structure mezzanines were constructed to maximise space and house new sorting and packing machinery.... View Article

Zehnder takes part in Manchester residential building refurb

The refurbishment of 32 flats and 6 bungalows at Erneley Close, Longsight, Manchester was part of Eastlands Homes’ £180 million decent homes programme and is the UK’s first large-scale Passive House retrofit. The objective was to achieve the PassivHaus EnerPHit Standard of... View Article

Levolux fills up in Bristol

Filwood Green Business Park in Bristol capitalises on the latest innovations in sustainable building technology, including integrated photovoltaic panels, a green roof and a Timber Fin solar shading solution from Levolux. The bold design of the business park, which was masterminded by... View Article

Zehnder Group’s broad-ranging expertise in indoor climate solutions

Zehnder Group UK is a subsidiary of the Zehnder Group in Switzerland, one of Europe’s leading innovators and manufacturers of progressive indoor climate solutions. Thirty-five years after manufacturing a variety of mechanical consumer goods, including a hugely successful light motorcycle, in 1930... View Article

Sustainable cycle shelters from Fordingbridge

Cycle parking increasingly becomes major consideration for most building projects due to the vast range of benefits it provides people and society. View this recent design and build project at the University of the West of England. Getting from A to... View Article

Minus 7: a proven solution to rental income cuts and fuel poverty

Minus 7 provides renewable heating and hot water at minimal running costs, allowing landlords to charge a reduced price for heat and use that income to offset the government’s 1 per cent rent reduction. Eradicating fuel poverty in Poole UK Poole Housing Partnership’s (PHP) development... View Article

Synseal will focus on innovation at Ecobuild 2016

Synseal will be exhibiting for a fourth year in succession at Ecobuild 2016 at the Excel exhibition centre in London’s Docklands on 8th-10th March. Building on the success of their focussed presence at previous Ecobuild shows, Synseal’s stand will seek to demonstrate... View Article

Hadrian cubicles add to Shake Shack style

Fast food chain Shake Shack sprouted from a hot dog cart in Manhattan in 2001. All UK locations feature Hadrian Elite Stainless Steel toilet cubicles in the washrooms including one of the latest to open in the St David’s Centre... View Article

Component Developments supply drainage for vintage restaurant

Component Developments supplied drainage channels for Wagamama founder Alan Yau’s impressive new restaurant. The Park Chinois replaced an American-style diner on London’s Berkeley Street in November and delivers an all-round dining experience with a focus on music in the form of piano, string... View Article