Newly qualified architectural ironmongery professionals are celebrating their Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) education programme results.
Architectural ironmongers who are seeking to complete their career to become a fully qualified door hardware professional can now re-enrol in the GAI’s education programme.
A new publication containing the latest door hardware advice for architects and specifiers and showcasing best practice internationally has been launched by the GAI.
An 18th century manor house in Ireland has won the global ‘winner of winners’ in the Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards, organised by the GAI.
Dedicated industry professionals and promising newcomers within the door hardware industry were recognised at the annual Institute of Architectural Ironmongers (IAI) awards ceremony on 23 February.
Door and window hardware professionals are being encouraged to partake in an online survey to help shape the future of the Guild and Institute of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI).
Aspiring architectural ironmongers, builders’ merchant staff and locksmiths have extra time to enrol on the GAI education programme.
The shortlist for the biennial GAI RIBA Architectural Ironmongery Specification awards has been announced.
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.
Rising stars from the door and window hardware industry were celebrated at the 39th annual Guild of Architectural Ironmongers’ (GAI) Education Awards.