Crittall’s Corporate MW40 steel windows offer the ideal solution where superior air, window or water resistance and greater sound attenuation are required.
Saint Richard Reynolds Catholic College chose Encasement’s ‘Forma’ and ‘Vecta’ metal casings to conceal structural steelwork around a new courtyard walkway.
Ancon has made a simple improvement to one of its smallest, but most utilised, stainless steel building components to benefit installers of its masonry support systems.
Viega’s Megapress connection technology has been specified as the ideal solution for a section of pipe relocation work at The National Gallery in London.
At the Keystone Group, steel structural products are manufactured under strict quality control procedures – it has recently received NSAI Accreditation.
Heaton Products Ltd. is a leading UK manufacturer of prefabricated steel reinforcement, construction materials, building products, and non-mechanical plant.
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.
Schlüter-Systems has provided a range of trims and movement joints to guarantee a damage-free finish for the tiled walls and floors of Landmark Place, a high-end residential project.
IG Lintels has launched a new competition for architects, in partnership with RIBA Journal, which encourages architects to rethink suburbia, with a design for a one-off house.
Patrick Atkinson, CEO of Grafton Merchanting ROI, Ireland’s largest builders’ merchant group, has discussed the future of the industry with the Keystone Group.