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NARM members continue to grow

  • 26 Jun 2017

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The National Association of Rooflight Manufactureres membership is growing as glass rooflight specialist, Sunsquare, joins.

NARM Chairman Tom Oglivie said: “We are delighted to welcome Sunsquare to our ranks as the most recent member of our growing association. NARM represents the interests all leading UK rooflight suppliers and we look forward to working with Sunsquare in what I am sure will be a mutually beneficial cooperation.”

For many years, NARM has had a great influence over the UK construction industry, drawing on the expertise of many rooflight companies. Member companies enjoy the benefits of close collaboration with other leading experts, shared funding of potentially advantageous research and early access to research findings.

NARM is a member of the Construction Products Association and represents the rooflight industry in consultation with the Government and its subcontractors, CIBSE, AECOM and the BRE, on issues relating to Part L. NARM plays a key role in providing information to ensure that legislation is based on best practice.

For further information, please contact NARM using the contact details on our website, where you will be directed to the appropriate person.

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