Catnic is supplying a range of bespoke steel lintels for use in the two-year development of 25 properties on Cheshire’s Ford Lane.
Catnic has supplied a range of bespoke lintels for Albany Court, a new housing development in Essex.
Ancon Building Products and Ibstock Kevington have collaborated to produce a stainless steel based system, which has been designed to create brick-faced soffits and lintels.
Crown Trade Apprentice Decorator of the Year Competition Crown Paints’ competition has the support and involvement of the Painting & Decorating Association and the Scottish Decorators’ Federation. It is organised in conjunction with SkillBuild, the Construction Industry Training Board backed organisation which sets out to nurture the nation’s top apprentices and trainees working in different[…]
The company won the title of Best Eco Product’ at the Build It Awards 2013, in addition to Best Building Fabric Product’ and Product of the Year’ at the Housebuilder Product Awards with its Hi-Therm Sustainability Lintel, that is 500% more thermally efficient than normal cavity lintels. The last achievement for the company came at[…]
The system received recognition after winning the title of Best Product in the Show’ when it was officially launched at the 2013 UK Concrete Show. The new KSN Anchor System is designed to accommodate the longer rebar lap lengths required by the Eurocode 2, whilst removing the need for on-site bar straightening and allowing for[…]
The external envelope must be the first step to ensuring an energy efficient building that is sustainable for the longer term. This, of course, requires the careful planning of multiple materials and techniques, from glass and metal, to bricks, blocks and timber building elements. Lintels form a vital part of this blend, providing a lightweight,[…]