Jun 24, 2018 Last Updated 7:43 AM, Jun 6, 2018

ErP – We Are Ready

Warm Air, Radiant and Heating Products are now affected by European Regulations.
Achieving compliance on a building project is nothing new. In fact, records suggest that some Building Regulations date back to the late 1100s, when the sudden surge in building in London led to homes blocking access to natural light and poorly placed gutters, writes Michael…
Preventing infections in healthcare environments has become an increasingly important issue in the last decade. Managing the risk and finding ways of eradicating infections have led to new working practices and strict new regulations for the built environment of such facilities.
The demands placed on educational establishments are unique even when compared to other public sector buildings, so when it comes to specifying doors and entrances there's a lot to learn. Here Andy Howland, Sales Director of GEZE UK explains how architects, specifiers and contractors can…
Responding to architectural demand for colour and texture in the urban built environment, external cladding board specialist CEMBRIT has made a colourful start to the New Year.
STYROFOAM manufacturer Dow Building Solutions has released a new, independent publication summarising key changes to Part L of the Building Regulations, which come into force from April 6 2014.

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