Apr 28, 2017 Last Updated 2:06 PM, Apr 27, 2017
How we build schools that are ‘fit for learning’ in the 21st century has changed over the last six years. In 2010, the Government’s Priority Schools Building Programme was introduced with the aim to design and construct school buildings that are cost-effective to build and…
In 2014, the Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust embarked on a major refurbishment programme to replace the windows and doors of the hospital’s Esher Wing. The work was commissioned not only to improve the building’s aesthetics, but also improve thermal performance, reduce energy costs and…
The Tower, at 23-storeys is the tallest tower block in Cwmbran, South Wales, and has undergone a dramatic upgrade in both thermal performance and aesthetics with the use of Saint-Gobain Weber External Wall Insulation (EWI). U-values have been substantially improved and, occupying a very focal…

Can the RHI deliver?

The UK Government has set a 12% Renewable Heat target by 2020 to meet the EU Renewables Directive. With the UK providing only 2.3% of the total heat demand through renewables in 2012 – primarily from biomass and solar thermal installations – we still have…
Isosonic Dek Floor 30 is a new prime addition to the Thermal Economics. Isorubber product range.
Schöck was the supplier of structural thermal break products to the Aquatics Centre and Olympic Village for the London 2012 Games. In the Olympic Village alone there were around 10,000 thermally broken structural connections.

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