Bricks from Wienerberger have starred in the development of Nottingham Mews Houses, which featured on the Channel 4 show ‘Ugly House to Lovely House’. Based in The Park Estate near Nottingham Castle, Nottingham Mews Houses on Ogle Drive, despite sitting in a picturesque location, had a structure that was in dire need of renovation to its external facade. The original[…]
Stamford Hill, a mixture of residential apartments, office and retail units in North London, features a combination of Ketley bricks and Dreadnought roof tiles, creating a contemporary design.
Dr. Geoff Edgell, of Lucideon, outlines the critical performance characteristics of engineering bricks and highlights the importance of selling products that are truly fit for purpose.
Kevin Tolson has been appointed as Wienerberger’s Commercial Director, following in the footsteps of Keith Barker, the previous Commercial Director and current MD.
A disused storage space at the University of Roehampton, southwest London, has been transformed with the help of Wienerberger and its selection of pavers.
Forticrete, part of Ibstock plc, is urging builders not to forget about alternatives to traditional building materials, following research by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), which highlighted rising prices.
Belfast’s Queen’s University has recently undergone a transformation of the northern portion of its historic main campus, with the external facade of the building featuring Wienerberger’s Lincoln Red clay brick.
The popular Brick Matcher app from Imperial Bricks has been made available for Android users through the Google Play store.
Imperial Bricks experts will be helping self-builders and renovators at the National Self Build and Renovation Centre (NSBRC), from 11 – 13 May in Swindon.
Imperial Bricks’ new CPD is sure to help architects, specifiers and developers gain a greater understanding of brick matching techniques.