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28th January 2016
The latest information and innovations for the design, specification,
and construction of civic and public buildings and spaces.

Triton release online resource on gas protection systems

Triton has published a new website dedicated to its new range of ground gas protection systems. It is designed to help construction professionals fulfil the guidelines set out in the recently revised Code of Practice BS 8485: 2015... ›››
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Kemper System to
feature at Ecobuild

Liquid waterproofing specialist, Kemper System will be showcasing its comprehensive range of BBA-certified Kemperol liquid roofing and waterproofing systems on stand E5090 at this year's Ecobuild Show along with its Stratex warm... ›››
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GEZE UK campaign urges retailers to Close The Door and save on bills

Following predictions of severe temperature drops, GEZE UK is urging retailers, architects and specifiers to consider the environmental and financial impact of keeping shop doors open when specifying entrance systems. The retail... ›››
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Aquaseal Liquid Roof from Everbuild

Aquaseal Liquid Roof from Everbuild (a Sika company) is a new, one-component, easy to use, all weather roofing system, ideal for waterproofing flat and pitched roofs. Creating a solid waterproof membrane which covers the... ›››
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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... ›››
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Cycle Shelters

Bostik improves energy performance of over 250 solid walled homes

An external wall insulation
(EWI) system from adhesive specialist, Bostik, has been used to improve the energy performance and aesthetic appearance of 252 Liverpool Mutual Homes (LMH) owned properties on the... ›››
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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... ›››
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Innovative ROCKFON to feature at the 2016 Surface Design Show

Renowned for their high quality acoustic ceiling and wall solutions, ROCKFON continue to push the boundaries of technology and are pleased to exhibit their latest innovations at the 2016 Surface Design Show. The company is also... ›››
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Seize the opportunity to be a TTA Awards sponsor in 2016!

There are superb sponsorship opportunities available at this year's TTA Awards. These will enable companies to get pride of place for their brand at the tiling industry event of the year. The Awards are to be held on Saturday 14th May at... ›››
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