A new guide that helps business owners understand the needs of its workforce and help plan safe working spaces has been created by two of Britain’s leading construction interior trade organisations, one being the GAI.
There are a range of hands-free door opening solutions – available to suit all budgets and needs – that can help minimise the spread of infection, says the ASSA ABLOY Door Hardware Group.
Three new GAI guides have been published to make specifiers aware of the additional hardware considerations needed for projects with additional hygiene, sustainability and connectivity requirements.
The Setting the Bar report published today (5 October) has been welcomed by the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI).
Architectural ironmongers are being encouraged by the GAI to demonstrate their competence for specifying door hardware by gaining a diploma in architectural ironmongery in preparation for industry changes.
Local authorities and housing associations can now access free guidance on self-closing devices for fire doors, as the GAI has launched a new door closer safety checklist.
Architects and specifiers can now access a pair of new Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) CPDs on door hardware, covering specification post-COVID and fire door installation.
Project Specification Group, a unit of ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions UK & Ireland, has brought high specification security solutions to One New Street Square in London.
The Foundation in Hardware online course from the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) is an ideal option for many in the sector who have been furloughed.
New research from the GAI shows some types of buildings can incur up to 19% of their total maintenance budget on architectural ironmongery.