A bridge too far

Andrew Orriss of SIG360 discusses how thermal bridging has impacted the thermal performance of some new build homes and how the industry has been working to mitigate that risk. Andrew Orriss of SIG360 discusses how thermal bridging has impacted the... View Article

Comar 6EFT – Curtain walling

Due to demand from our Architectural and Fabricator clients, Comar Architectural Aluminium Systems are pleased to launch additional new mullions and transoms for their innovative Comar 6EFT Curtain Wall system, with the highest Ix and Iy values available on the... View Article

FACADE2016 – Call for entries

The Society of Facade Engineering launches the latest in its increasingly respected architectural facades competition. The highly respected Society of Facade Engineering (SFE) has called for entries to FACADE2016. It is the third in the series of the international competition... View Article

Wood for Good appoint new campaign director

Wood for Good has appointed Christiane Lellig as its new Campaign Director. Wood for Good aims to increase the use of timber across all potential markets in the UK and Christiane will be driving forward its new housing market campaign.... View Article

Scottish Accoya project scoops Wood Award

A carbon-friendly family home in Scotland, refurbished using world-leading Accoya®, has been named Modified Wood Project of the Year by the Wood Protection Association at its inaugural awards ceremony. Owner Dr Robert Hairstans, Head of Edinburgh Napier University’s Centre for... View Article

Wood for Good launches 2016 housing campaign

Wood for Good, the timber industry communications organisation, has developed its new campaign for 2016, designed to showcase how timber can help solve the housing crisis. Timber can address the need to deliver a major increase in new, quality housing... View Article

Britcon in steel job for King’s Cross German Gym

Britcon Engineering Services (BES) has completed a major contract to install supporting steelwork for the refurbishment of the listed 19th Century ‘Germany Gymnasium’ in King’s Cross. D&D London is currently transforming the historic 10,000 sq. ft building into a complex... View Article

GGF Pleased with Glasstec

The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) was pleased with the success of Glasstec Dusseldorf last month. The GGF exhibited at the show to support its Members who were visiting and exhibiting at the world’s largest glass and glazing industry event.... View Article