REHAU’s furniture division has adapted its business strategy to circumnavigate the fallout from Brexit and Coronavirus and ensure its UK customers continue to receive its high-quality edgeband, surface and tambour door solutions.
The latest total value sales data from Britain’s Builders’ Merchants recorded the third-highest quarterly BMBI sales ever, rounding off a record-breaking year for merchants.
After two years of unpredictability, Kestrel’s sales and marketing director Owen Thorogood is cautiously optimistic about the next 12 months.
GEZE UK has made donations to three local charities as part of their focus on Corporate Social Responsibility.
With heating being a school’s primary use of energy, leading independent building services specialist Gilberts is taking steps to help the educational estate optimise its carbon footprint.
A detailed ONS study earlier this year revealed just how much the pandemic has changed the attitude and behaviour of Brits towards the great outdoors. Pop Up Power Supplies reflects on that here…
Leading British ventilation manufacturer, Vent-Axia, welcomes the Government’s ‘Heat & Buildings Strategy’ that was published ahead of COP 26.
Sound absorber panels from Hush Acoustics significantly reduce reverberation and nuisance noise in open plan offices, helping businesses and public sector organisations to provide much higher quality, more productive and less stressful working environments.
By using data loggers to monitor the indoor environment, building owners, facilities managers and occupants can take an informed approach to balancing good air quality with occupant comfort, explains Tinytag…
Schools and colleges looking for sustainable solutions to student comfort and wellbeing should visit Mitsubishi Electric on Stand C27 at next week’s Education Estates exhibition in Manchester.