The new document, BS 5250:2021 recognised buildings are under increasing strain from moisture for two main reasons. These are climate change and the desire for energy conservation; Hambleside Danelaw explains more…
This article sees Robert Hardstaff, Managing Director of EJOT UK Ltd, discuss how fastener technology drives better quality, greener buildings.
SIPs mean you can build modern, superinsulated buildings and extensions much faster, with fewer materials and workers, explains Hemsec…
Global fasteners, fixings and building envelope specialist SFS marks a new era for digital construction, following the launch of its new eCommerce-ready website this month.
Mobile access is impacting how we interact with buildings and manage their security. For users, a device they already carry unlocks doors and other openings digitally, explains ASSA ABLOY…
Vincent Matthews, Head of UK Marketing at SFS, explores how the building envelope can help to reduce energy usage and enhance a building’s lifespan.
Innovative fall arrest systems can do their job while being hidden to the naked eye, explains James Gooder, Fall Protection Business Unit Manager at SFS.
Exploring how the building envelope can support the reduction in energy usage can help the construction industry achieve zero-carbon buildings, says Vincent Matthews, Head of UK Marketing at SFS.
The correct specification of components, right down to what material they are composed of, is key to ensuring structures can stand the test of time, explains Neil Kirwan, Specification Manager at SFS UK.
There will be a need to repurpose and redesign buildings, as well as increase space as a result of the current global pandemic, according to a growing number of industry insights, explain Hemsec.