Senior Architectural Systems supplies the full aluminium fenestration package for a new retirement village in the West Midlands, which comprises 261 one- and two-bedroom apartments for the over 55s.
SFS has developed a whitepaper exploring the effects of rainscreen subframe systems on the overall thermal performance of external walls.
Hitting low U-value targets doesn’t mean missing out on design flexibility. This is thanks to Senior Architectural Systems’ stylish range of PURe® aluminium windows and doors.
The construction industry has a clear road-map for the energy efficiency and carbon reduction of buildings through to 2025 and beyond, which is a crucial step towards our zero-carbon future, says CCF.
Senior Architectural Systems is in a good position to help its customers achieve the new lower U-value targets required by Approved Document Part L of the Building Regulations and the new Future Homes Standard.
With Government putting forward their idea of what new homes and buildings may look like, GDHV review how much flexibility you have to create your own design.
Andy Swift, sales and operations manager, UK & ROI for ISO-Chemie, says changes to building regulations will impact on the energy efficiency of windows and doors.
Keystone is giving specifiers the chance to tackle thermal bridging and win a pair of tickets to rugby union’s Six Nations, with its Hi-therm+ lintels.
Pilkington UK Limited has launched an online hub dedicated to the latest developments from the upcoming changes to Part L of the building regulations in England.
At the heart of NARM is its influential Technical Committee, comprising leading experts in the design, manufacture and application of rooflights across all sectors.