Gilberts (Blackpool) has supplied a ventilation solution to tackle spot heat caused by high levels of computer use at Google’s temporary London offices.
A Changing Places accessible toileting facility has been installed at the official residence of Áras an Uachtaráin, the President of Ireland.
Newland Homes has specified energy efficient ventilation fans from Vortice for its new Grenville Place residential development in Bideford.
Tate Modern has opened its new £260 million extension, which makes use of REHAU’s Thermally Activated Building Structure (TABS) system for ecological cooling.
Methven has added two new models to its range of cool-to-touch bar showers, extending its presence in the UK market.
Gilberts Blackpool is now offering the capability to hydro-plate its ventilation grilles, diffusers and louvres; enabling all of its products to be finished in any colour.
Geberit’s Mapress Stainless Steel and HDPE products have been used in the £14m restoration of Hasting’s Pier.
Hydro International has launched the Hydro-Brake Flow Control Series, a toolbox of devices for watercourse, surface water and sewer network control.
Geberit’s RIBA-approved CPD training module ‘Embedding acoustics into design’ has gained official CIBSE approval.
Vortice has launched its range of commercial heat recovery units: its new NRG EC and NRG ECR systems have been designed with energy efficiency in mind.