Glass Times editor Nathan Bushell foresees a shift in demand when young adults finally make it on to the property ladder.There has been an element of smart home technology available...
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Construction output rises at fastest pace for five months, led by housing
There was a moderate rebound in UK construction output, with business activity rising at the strongest rate since June, according to the IHS Markit/Cips UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI).New...
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Government urged to enforce the use of complete fire doorsets in the wake of Grenfell
Following the Grenfell Tower tragedy, DHF (Door and Hardware Federation) is calling for a change in Building Regulations, and for the UK government to enforce the use of complete doorsets...
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Consumers twice as likely to be satisfied with homes built by small house builders
Consumers are twice as likely to be ‘very satisfied’ with the quality of their new home if it was built by a small and medium-sized (SME) house builder, according to...
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Report reveals future for smart homes
The demand for smart homes has some way to go before it catches up with the technology available, according to a new report from the Inwido Group.The Group – which...
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New factory programme
Promat UK has completed a £multi-million development programme to create a new headquarters and manufacturing plant in Lancashire.The 66,000ft2 facility – The Innovation Centre – at Heywood near Manchester gives...
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NVQ support helps boost skills
One of the biggest concerns in the industry at the moment is the impending skills gap, which Epwin Window Systems is tackling, the company said. “We know that fabricators and...
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Double vision
Emplas has bought a second Schirmer machining and cutting centre.Automating profile cutting and machining, the Schirmer uses advanced profile scanning technology to introduce ultra-precision accuracy to positioning of cuts and...
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Education Awards
The educational achievements of the door and window hardware industry’s rising stars were celebrated at the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers’ (GAI) annual Education Awards. Held at the Royal Lancaster hotel in...
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A smart space
A recent revamp and extension in the Yale offices has helped to create a Smart Living showcase suite, which has a brickwork exterior to give the illusion of a house...
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Fire door training
Bluesky Certification is offering a one-day training course about fire doors at Cambridge Fire Research on March 13, 2018. “The aim of the day is to give delegates an insight...
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Glazed atrium provides focal point
When architectural practice Scott Brownrigg designed a new building at the headquarters of FTSE 100-listed wealth management business St James’s Place, it wanted to give the building a suitably impressive...
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New silicone additive
Dow Performance Silicones has introduced Dow Corning 904H Coating Additive, a silicone additive for architectural facade coatings. The additive is designed to help coatings reduce the ‘snail trail’ effect commonly...
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Machinery partner
Emmegi (UK) has been chosen as the machinery partner for Aluk’s newl training academy at its Chepstow headquarters.Emmegi machines are prominant in the 3,000ft2 training facility, allowing Aluk customers to...
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A moving projection of colour
Proto Studios has completed a high-profile commission for Toronto Transit Commission, drawing on specialist IGU expertise from Cornwall Glass. Sitting within the Toronto commuter-belt, Highway 407 is its new subway...
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