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Changing places at Wembley

Wembley Stadium is now even more accessible to all, at all levels…. The National Stadium has opened its new Changing Places toilet, ensuring it can accommodate every visitor’s personal hygiene needs. With equipment supplied and installed by Clos-o-Mat, the UK’s... View Article

Xpelair put users in control

Xpelair Ventilation Solutions has launched the ConneX range of RF (radio frequency) controls – the ideal command solution for the commercial and housing markets that puts users in complete control of their ventilation requirements. The battery-less ConneX controllers can be... View Article

Free CPD guide to BIM available from Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Electric has launched a free, CPD-Accredited guide to Building Information Modelling (BIM) to aid understanding of this new method of collaborative working in construction. BIM methodology allows different project teams and building occupants to share a virtual, computerised model... View Article

Levolux tackles light, heat and sound in Cardiff

The recently completed, award-winning £30 million Hadyn Ellis Building at Cardiff University creates the ideal environment for world-leading scientific research teams to make progress, thanks to the inclusion of a multi-purpose Solar Shading solution, courtesy of Levolux. As the main... View Article

Pivot Stove & Heating open for business in the UK

Pivot Stove & Heating, founded in 1876 and a long established brand in Australia and New Zealand, is opening for business in the UK and unveiling its first showroom and national distribution hub in Macclesfield, Cheshire. Supplying integrated home heating... View Article

Business is booming for designer contracts

Business is booming for Designer Contracts, the UK’s leading supplier of floorcoverings to the new build sector, as figures show a 40 per cent growth in the past two years. As a result the company has taken on an additional... View Article

Shingle roofing solutions for Cradley ‘Eco’ Development

The energy efficient homes, at St Katherine’s Field in Cradley were designed to embrace Zero Carbon by 2016. Forward thinking IE Developments (IED) wanted to tackled the “carbon challenge” using the German PassivHaus approach which lays down some clear guidelines... View Article

Dickies support the Antarctic Heritage Trust

Dickies, the internationally renowned workwear brand supplied overalls to the Antarctic Heritage Trust for their Port Lockroy operation. The United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust (UKAHT) works to conserve Antarctic buildings and artifacts, and to promote and encourage the public’s interest... View Article

Sustainable and recyclable products from UZIN

UZIN is especially focused on innovating new environmental solutions and have innovated the Cube It Simple recyclable packaging. The new packaging means:  77% less CO2– The cube packaging allows much more efficient method of transporting as more weight and units... View Article

Select Windows, pioneers of the Green Deal

Select Windows (Home Improvements) Ltd, has recently attained the nationally recognised PAS: 2030. The accreditation means the Walsall based supplier of PVC-U windows and doors has been successfully assessed and is now one of the first window companies in the... View Article

On the level – level access wetrooms

There are many practical reasons to install a wetroom, including providing safe showering for the elderly and for the less able. On The Level, UK manufacturer of patented underfloor wetroom shower trays, offers tailor-made level access wetroom solutions to provide... View Article

Astro Lighting wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Astro is a leading player in the design and manufacture of contemporary lighting, with an innovative collection of LED solutions and a particular specialism in IP44 bathroom lighting. Astro has recently received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise and International Trade... View Article

Geze UK’s designer doors complement comfort and care

Billed as the ‘best in the UK’, Marie Curie’s new multi-million pound hospice in Solihull boasts state-of-the-art facilities, fixtures and fittings designed to provide comforting and enriching end-of-life care for patients. From whirlpool to widescreens, Jane Darbyshire and David Kendall... View Article
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