Bringing construction sites in line with social distancing guidelines

With more and more people heading back to work, construction sites are having to be brought into line with new Government guidelines due to...

Aquarian Cladding looking ahead after sealing Mechslip deal

After a successful decade, when external brick cladding systems supplier Aquarian Cladding truly established itself as a market leader of brick and terracotta cladding...

Why attracting young people into the construction industry should be child’s...

According to the last ONS census in 2011, one in every five UK-born construction workers were aged over 55, which means that next year...

IoT: The foundations for smart buildings

Dr. John Bates, CEO, Eggplant, explores the implementation of the IoT in the built environment

Top of the class: How ceilings are aiding learning for today’s...

Ian Clarke, commercial technical manager at Armstrong Ceiling Solutions, considers how spaces can be designed to promote learning and explores the key role played by the ceiling.

Surface preparation in the food industry – the regulation jungle

Oscar Peralta, West Coast territory manager for surface preparation equipment manufacturer National Flooring Equipment, advises contractors on how to ensure regulatory compliance when preparing surfaces for the food industry

No matter what the event, modular constructions are the way to...

From temporary fencing to box offices, gatehouses and kiosks, modular builders can quickly provide event planners answers they're looking for

Eclisse answers some commonly asked questions

Eclisse Pocket Door Systems are regularly specified by architects for multi-million-pound developments worldwide and here in the UK

The growth of the UK housing industry

Richard Banks, commercial director of Euramax, discusses the recent news that UK homeowners can now add an extension to their homes without seeking planning permission

How the skills gap has affected the government’s homebuilding targets

Industry experts at Vizwear explore what problems the skills shortage in construction is causing for the government’s homebuilding targets — and what companies can do to help fill key positions