Jan 22, 2019 Last Updated 4:27 PM, Jan 21, 2019
Typically, when people think of asphalt, they think of the standard black variety. However, as modern construction practices and building design has evolved, so has the choice of asphalt with today’s market offering an explosion of colours and design to meet virtually every conceivable requirement…
Air pollution is now recognised to be the greatest environmental threat to human health in the UK. Exposure to high concentrations of pollutants is harmful to our health, and the effects are cumulative. Elderly people, children and those with existing health conditions like asthma and…
With energy efficiency high on the agenda for facilities managers of public sector buildings, it’s crucial that heating systems are not only cost-effective but deliver maximum carbon savings too. Steven Evans, National Sales Director at Potterton Commercial, explains how alternative approaches to boiler system design,…
It is fair to say that the Planning (Scotland) Bill has been a long time in the making. The bill was introduced on 4th December 2017. However, the independent review of the Scottish Planning System was originally announced back in September 2015. The overall purpose…
James King, Sales Director of Sprue Safety Products, reflects on what measures can be implemented to best protect older residents from the risks of fire and carbon monoxide.
John Houlden, Procurement and Projects Lawyer at Burges Salmon, discusses what is a balanced scorecard and how it is to be used.
Tom Shaw, Director at Ramboll, asks: could clever engineering solve the lack of housing stock currently available in the UK?
John Houlden, procurement and projects specialist at law firm, Burges Salmon, discusses Brexit, Article 50 and procurement law.
Oscar Sorabjee, Commercial Director of the new local authority division of educational play services business Playforce, expounds on how councils, even in their current cash-strapped state, need to nurture the souls of their citizens by investing in their current and future wellbeing for the good…
Mark Gibbs, Technical Director for Alumasc Facade Systems and designer of the company’s new Alumasc Ventilated System (AVS), shares his views on the challenges of hitting Government housing targets.
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