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15th March 2018
The latest information and innovations for the design, specification,
and construction of building projects across the UK and internationally.

Roof refurbishment made easier with YBS BreatherQuilt

A roofing company active across East Anglia has switched to using BreatherQuilt from the range of YBS, finding it more cost-effective to install while offering superior performance compared to rival products on the market... ›››
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Flying light

Kalwall® translucent cladding has transformed the newly completed 4,200 square metre extension at Indiana's South Bend Regional Airport. Designed by architects Ken Herceg and Associates, the new terminal comprises... ›››
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Senior strengthens supply chain links with new college contracts

Collaboration and repeat business with key supply chain partners has seen aluminium glazing solutions from Senior Architectural Systems specified for use on two new college contracts in the North of England... ›››
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Ketley Brick achieves major success in the Brick Awards

Ketley Brick’s flagship project, Victoria Gate, Leeds, has won two categories of the prestigious 2017 Brick Development Association (BDA) ‘Brick Awards’. As one of the longest established and most widely respected building... ›››
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Historic Ceramic Mosaic floor renovated at major stately home

Restoring the historic ceramic mosaic floor in the game larder at one of the UK’s leading historic houses has been undertaken by National Federation of Terrazzo, Marble and Mosaic Specialists (NFTMMS) member... ›››
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Vortice launches new website

Vortice has launched its new website for the UK market at www.vortice.ltd.uk. The site is mobile-friendly and in keeping with the group’s corporate websites around the world.  Customers can order online, view technical details... ›››
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Signbox brings life and character to Cardinia Real Estate UK Ltd

Signbox has printed and installed 39 graphic artworks at new Cardinia Real Estate UK properties in London. Previously home to RBS, the two adjacent buildings on the Southbank now house a leading marketing communications... ›››
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improving sustainability in a Grade II Listed building

Jesus College, part of the University of Cambridge, is known for its Listed buildings, sustainable design projects,
and modern architecture. In 2014 it began work on the West Court development by purchasing the Grade II... ›››
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Extended study - Templeman Library, Canterbury

The design of a new extension to a university library in Kent both acts as a counterpoint to the pre-existing 1960s brutalist building, and achieves unification between old and new. Sébastien Reed reports. The original masterplan... ›››
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