Concrete evolution?

Gary Billington, managing director of Eco-Readymix, the producer of ready-mix concrete, mortar and floor screed, discusses how responsible sourcing and production techniques can help reduce the carbon footprint and environmental impact of concrete.

Construction and EU Procurement in No-Deal Brexit – has the government...

Kathrine Eddon, head of public procurement and Michelle Essen, managing associate in construction at Womble Bond Dickinson discuss Brexit and the impact of a No-Deal Brexit on UK businesses

The Wonder of Wood

At a time when the construction industry is under increased pressure to build quickly and sustainably, Jeremy English, sales director at Södra - Sweden’s largest forest-owner association - explains how timber is perfectly placed to solve the UK’s housing crisis.

Feel-good glass

Phil Brown, European regulatory marketing manager for Pilkington United Kingdom, discusses how glazing and coated glass can support the health and wellbeing of building occupants

A cleaner, greener future?

As homeowners and businesses seek to identify new ways of reducing their carbon foot-prints, Kevin Knapp, CEO of Ecolution Group, looks at renewable energy and the advances set to emerge within the next 20-30 years.

Low sightline IGUs: Why some specifiers are on thin ice

Alex Gray, managing director of Saveheat Group, says that the installation of non-compliant specialist glass units in heritage buildings may lead to injury and prosecution

How to choose the right stairlift

Advice from Sesame Access about what to think about when choosing a stairlift

The importance of planned maintenance

Designing and installing effective fire safety systems for a new build or refurbishment is vital to the safety of occupants, however this is only the first step. John Harris, national sales manager at Fire Design Solutions discusses why it is paramount that once installation and commissioning is complete, experts carry out maintenance regularly

A window to the future

Over the last 12 months, the UK windows market has increased by 1.2% totalling 6.82 million frames, with the value of installed products growing up to £2.38 billion. Here, Building Products editor, Sophie Stevens, talks to Lorraine Balch, certification manager for fenestration at the British Standards Institute (BSI), about the factors shaping the fenestration product sector.

Taking noise off the menu

Rockfon project support manager, Rob Noble, explains how noise affects the dining out experience.