Aggregate Industries’ innovative Lytag solution was the product of choice when it came to helping to lighten the load of
Sika’s waterproofing system were required to ensure the successful upgrade of one of the UK’s busiest rail terminals.
One of the most unusual locations for Troldtekt acoustic ceiling tiles has to be found inside a fascinating new house in
Sports and games played in a school environment encompasses more than just the benefit of physical activity. Pupils ...
The Hunter Douglas Architectural range of 80 and 130 BXD linear ceilings has been specified to great effect on the inter
Renderplas transforms Treliske Retail Park in Truro, Cornwall.
A hospital facility in Norrland, Sweden has been renovated extensively with wood-based products, including MTX.
Renderplas PVC movement joint beads were critical components in the successful rendering of Treliske Retail Park in Trur
Aggregate Industries’ innovative and highly-durable Watertight concrete mix proved the winning formula during the ongoin
Over two decades after it was first installed, The Kingspan KoolDuct System is still delivering excellent thermal comfor
Architectural aluminium systems by Kawneer are helping a unique fellow UK manufacturer realise ambitious business plans.
GPAD London’s design of eight apartments over a doctor’s surgery in Elsdale Street Hackney features VMZINC curved and pe
CUPA PIZARRAS slate has recently featured in the renovation of homes in the Scottish village of Blairlogie, guaranteeing
As the go-to concrete solution for building high rise structures, Aggregate Industries’ revolutionary Lytag product
Havas, one of the world’s leading global communications groups, chose to consolidate 1,700 employees across 15 London...
Alumasc Rainwater was specified as part of phase one of a £48 project to redevelop the Royal Edinburgh Hospital.
Kingspan Insulation products have been installed throughout the envelope of the new in-patient unit at St David’s Hospic
Techniglaze helps make a former gatehouse more thermally efficient in its new role as a museum and gallery