A major free virtual conference on Thursday for all door and window professionals is set to unveil the new logo, leadership and growth strategy for the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI).
The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) is helping to shape the competency frameworks for the wider construction products industry. This is as part of its drive towards clearer and more robust fire safety standards.
A new technical briefing, from the GAI and the DHF, has been launched to keep door hardware professionals at the forefront of changes to conformity marking.
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.
The Setting the Bar report published today (5 October) has been welcomed by the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI).
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.
New research from the GAI shows some types of buildings can incur up to 19% of their total maintenance budget on architectural ironmongery.
The GAI is partaking in the review of the process for specifying, supplying, installing and maintaining construction products, as part of Dame Judith Hackitt’s ‘Building a Safer Future’ programme.
The status of CE marking on construction products in Europe is to be considered as part of a review of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR), where the GAI will produce a response.
The GAI has published its first Quarterly Standards Review, intending to help door and window hardware professionals stay compliant.