The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) is introducing three new qualifications in the biggest-ever expansion of its education programme.
Here’s a handy from Stannah overview of the key acts, regulations and standards that outline best practices around lift requirements in buildings.
Stannah’s helpful guide on the existing lifts in multi-storey housing developments and flats, from the different types of lifts, including fire-fighting lifts, to refurbishing existing lifts in tower blocks.
The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) joins two steering groups with a focus on improving competency of wider construction professionals specifying building products.
Dave Wadey is an Engineering Manager at Pickerings Lifts. He’s been with Pickerings for 23 years, and part of his job is making sure all lift installations are legislatively compliant.
Door Group – a unit of ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions UK & Ireland – is calling for higher standards of fire door inspections in public and commercial buildings to ensure life safety.
Imperial Bricks has announced an exclusive partnership with a brick manufacturer in Turkey. This will provide an assurance of quality and year-round capacity for seven of its most popular brick colours and styles.
Imperial Bricks now requires all of its manufacturing partners meet and evidence at least four key internationally recognised standards for product quality, sustainability and ethical supply.
This article from Martin Oates, Director of Global Sales at SE Controls, covers everything you need to know regarding compliance for the façade industry.
Wavin has launched its new Hepworth Clay specification and design guide, aimed to support designers and specifiers in choosing drainage solutions and adhering to the latest legislation and standards.