Jun 27, 2017 Last Updated 3:06 PM, Jun 22, 2017
For specifiers involved in the design of school buildings, natural ventilation specialist Passivent offers a CPD seminar covering the imminent changes to the Department for Education’s Building Bulletin BB101.
A raft of recent research has highlighted the crucial importance of good indoor air quality (IAQ) and how the nation’s health depends upon it. Social housing landlords should be aware of these findings and fulfil their duty of care to tenants by providing good indoor…
As a specialist in natural ventilation Renson provides window vents that ventilate buildings and at the same time meet the acoustic requirements. Renson Fabrications in Maidstone provides these solutions to the UK construction market.
An impressive development for Highgate School has been handed over in time for the start of the new academic year. The inspired scheme by architect firm, Architype, pays homage to the school’s passion and long-term commitment to achieving excellence in education.
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…
The new 1,600m² workshop facilities at The Trade Centre Wales in Neath, required a breathable anti-slip system to be installed due to the uncertain moisture levels of the relatively new substrate.
Demonstrating once again that the REHAU TOTAL70 truly is a ‘complete PVC-U system’, Devon based fabricator Interframe has for the first time manufactured innovative, parallel hinged sliding windows using only REHAU TOTAL70C chamfered profile.
The University of Cumbria received complaints from students about the café at its Ambleside campus in the heart of the Lake District. The drinks were hot, but the overall environment was not, and it was especially draughty close to the entrance. Airbloc soon resolved the…
Vent-Axia, a leader in low carbon ventilation, has supplied large numbers of its Lo-Carbon™ PoziDry PIV Compact ventilation units and Lo-Carbon™ Quadra fans for a ventilation upgrade as part of a major refurbishment of three high-rise blocks of flats in Smethwick, West Midlands.
Powrmatic Krystalite glazed smoke and natural ventilation louvres have been installed at six blocks of sheltered housing accommodation owned by Bournemouth Borough Council. The project was carried out to replace older ventilators that were proving unreliable and did not meet current requirements for energy performance.
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