Remmers provide anti-slip protection at snowdome

Having previously provided flooring solutions for the Snowdome, Remmers were again contacted to provide a flooring system to the newly refurbished ski hire centre. The client required a seamless, hard wearing non slip surface that was easy to maintain. 600m2... View Article

Aspire to luxury design with new sliding-folding door system

ESG Ltd has unveiled its latest innovation with the launch of the new ESG Aspire Sliding-Folding Door System, creating a truly ‘responsive building material’. A premium sliding-folding door system for interior use, the ESG Aspire offers quality and design excellence... View Article

GEZE UK’s architects’ reception captured on film

Filmed against the spectacular background of Tower Bridge and the Shard, a three minute video and selection of photos from GEZE UK’s exclusive evening reception are now available online. Capturing the spirit of the speech by renowned architect Eun Young... View Article

Improving the image of building industry is essential

The Government is right to identify the need to improve the image of the building industry, to help drive up standards and improve consumer protection, says the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) in response to yesterday’s new industrial strategy Construction... View Article

Planning rules relaxed for home extensions

The relaxation of regulations to allow people to build bigger extensions without planning permission has come into force, with the aim of boosting Britain’s economy. It is also good news for business, as shops and industrial units are also allowed... View Article

Pioneering work to establish intelligent building standards

Pioneering work to develop standards of good practice for protecting intellectual property and the design and operation of building systems has been launched by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). The IET’s technical briefing: the Resilience and Cyber Security... View Article

Reforming the construction sector to encourage growth

Reforms to strip out inefficiencies in public sector construction have already generated £447million in savings for the taxpayer last year and will deliver up to 20% savings in project costs by 2015, Cabinet Office Minister Chloe Smith has said. Making... View Article