Feb 19, 2018 Last Updated 4:17 PM, Jan 31, 2018
Terror organisations are now increasingly focused on using vehicles to kill, maim and cause panic. But rather than erecting concrete barricades in defence, Jaz Vilkhu, Managing Director of Landscape Protection at Marshalls, argues that urban planners must consider a holistic approach focusing on protection and…
The kitchen is the most dangerous room in UK homes, whilst also being the most under protected. James King, Sales Director at FireAngel, highlights the level of risk associated with household kitchens and provides advice on the solutions available to protect not only tenants, but…
Red Wharf Bay Sailing & Watersports Club is set in an area of outstanding beauty at Traeth Bychan on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. The member’s clubhouse has been sited here for over 50 years due to its suitable sailing waters.
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.
Marie Hanby, Marketing Manager at Intastop – a leading manufacturer of door, place and people protection – explains how key areas can be easily protected and why NHS trusts and healthcare providers have chosen products that offer long-lasting advantages.
The 8km Paiva walkway running through the stunning scenery of the UNESCO-recognised Arouca Geopark in Portugal is a landmark in itself. With an ever growing number of travel reviews and blogs singing its praises, the Paiva Walkway, constructed from around 3000m³ of timber treated with…
The Scandinavian log cabins and lodges at the picturesque Felmoor Park in Northumberland have been given a striking new finish thanks to Remmers wood coatings.
The construction industry’s drive towards considering lifetime structural performance, rather than just the lifetime of the construction project itself, is having a noticeable impact on attitudes towards product selection and implementation processes. Toby Champion, Commercial Director at Newton Waterproofing Systems, considers the motivations behind this,…
Work has begun on the creation of a three-storey basement at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, with a variety of materials from Delta Membrane Systems selected to create the necessary waterproofing to the structure. The contract itself is being carried out by Wates…
Regeneration of the 2012 Olympic village and stadium into the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park reflects London's proud heritage of high quality architecture, landscape and urban design.
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