Apr 27, 2017 Last Updated 2:06 PM, Apr 27, 2017
Topseal, one of the UK’s leading GRP fibreglass roofing manufacturers has released Topseal Direct Lay, an innovative new liquid-applied overlay system that is quicker and more convenient to install.
A West Sussex college that has undergone significant development has been enhanced with the addition of a stunning grill ceiling, manufactured by Hunter Douglas, a global leader in architectural products.
Meeting complex briefs and exceeding expectations for three decades, Hazlemere is one of the region’s longest-serving, most highly respected suppliers of premium architectural aluminium.
Steve Cookson, Technical Services Manager at Sika Liquid Plastics, discusses the inherent risks of hot works during roof refurbishment projects, highlighting the implications for building managers and occupiers and suggesting alternative approaches to mitigate risk.
A total corrosion management concrete repair specification from global product supplier, Sika, provided the protective solution for residential buildings’ deteriorating exterior to ensure the long-term comfort and safety of its occupants.
Jai Rennison, Operations Director of building services specialist, LJJ, discusses the ‘Future Campus’ refurbishment scheme at the University of West London’s Ealing campus.
Roofing Contractor, Weatherwell, is due to start work on site at Salix House; the ninth block of flats the company has upgraded using Sika Liquid Plastics’ Decothane liquid membrane as part of the ambitious Pendleton regeneration programme in Salford.
Last year a new version of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM 2015) was introduced by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). These regulations affect almost everybody involved in construction, from clients and designers to suppliers and contractors, and are applied to all sites.
Few environments present as many challenges when undertaking refurbishments as hospitals. But hospitals, like all public buildings, require upgrades on a regular basis to ensure they remain safe, functional and visually pleasing, while also adapting to meet the changing needs of patients and staff.
A forward-thinking housing association is reaping the rewards for investing in innovative energy-efficient improvements.
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