Grand Designs Live, proudly sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements, will return to London’s ExCeL from 4 – 12 May 2019, with the brands involved set to inspire.
The 170 year-old, Grade ll listed, Hook Norton Brewery in Oxfordshire, was suffering from internal and external cracking due to the failure of 15 brick arches.
Heaton Products Ltd. is a leading UK manufacturer of prefabricated steel reinforcement, construction materials, building products, and non-mechanical plant.
Building services design has gone to exceptional lengths to help achieve a high-end finish to a major hotel development; over 50 metres of Gilberts’ products in this case.
Aggregate Industries is urging utilities firms to make better use of emerging asphalt innovations, in order to keep roads pothole-free for longer.
Nortech launched and provided live demonstrations of Nedap’s next generation of ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) camera at this year’s Parkex show.
MRA Research recently conducted a survey, whereby merchants, suppliers and other construction industry stakeholders were asked about their views on Brexit.
Klober’s long-standing commitment to training both contractors and merchants continues throughout 2019, with its training days at its Castle Donington site.
Rinnai is introducing a new global logo, as the company develops to meet the future. The new logo is a contemporary sans-serif typeface which is heavier but more friendly and gentle.
Crittall, the originator of the steel window and the sector’s leading manufacturer, has launched T60 – a highly innovative thermally broken steel window and door system.