Meeting the challenges presented by the COVID pandemic has been a team effort for UPVC roofline manufacturer Kestrel.
The GGF announces the latest addition to its suite of health and safety publications with the revised and redesigned ‘Asbestos Cement; Soffits and Rainwater Goods Code of Practice’.
UPVC fascia and cladding manufacturer Kestrel is saving resources and boosting efficiency by bringing more of its tool maintenance and refurbishment in-house.
Kestrel’s Regional Sales Director for the North, John Gunn, is teeing off on a marathon (26 miles) sponsored golf challenge this month to support children’s hospices.
Specialist water management manufacturer Alumasc launches its second series of live CPD webinars, following a hugely successful programme last year.
The historic Bell Street Stables in Glasgow has recently undergone an extensive conversion, featuring the installation of Alumasc’s Flushjoint aluminium rainwater downpipe system.
As a former national karate champion, who also represented the country in kickboxing, Kestrel’s Rich Amison has made use of his fighting spirit by pushing forward operations and logistics in a challenging year.
Keyline Civils Specialist is teaming up with the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity to launch a social media campaign encouraging the civils sector to open up about mental health and wellbeing.
Pilkington Plastics is a recent Freefoam customer specialising in the supply and fitting of fascia, soffit, cladding, windows and doors.
As the country heads out of lockdown, Kestrel sales and marketing director Owen Thorogood feels there are reasons to be optimistic.