James Gooder, Business Unit Manager at SFS Fall Protection Systems, explains why today’s horizontal safety line systems provide assured roof safety without compromising building performance and aesthetic goals.
As sponsors of Centre for Window and Cladding Technology (CWCT), Premier Guarantee is part of a unique forum that drives forward research and training projects. Clive Everett, Facades Technical Standards Director, discusses the top methods Premier Guarantee promote for onsite water tightness testing The most common cause for façade failures...
Property Level Resilience (PLR) is a new strategy that aims to address the whole concept of flood mitigation and management.
Advantage Home Construction Insurance tell us which insurance policies to consider when thinking about builiding your own home.
Ian Brown, Client Support Manager for LHC’s north region, shares his views on why framework providers, LHC’s partnerships work.
Kiwa Building Products Technical Project Manager, Simon Lloyd, looks at the new generation of spray foam insultation products coming on to the market.
September 2018 marks the launch and delivery of the first externally accredited crime prevention learning and development programme for more than 50 years
"Value engineering" should be driven out of the construction industry as part of the root-and-branch reform of the sector following the Grenfell disaster, Dame Judith Hackitt has said
The government has issued new policies to protect at least 850,000 people in privately rented homes from poor living conditions and overcrowding.
New suggested standards for front doors to flats released in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy for the first time bring security compliance into the refurbishment sector
A ban on combustible cladding in the UK should apply to all new high-rise buildings, according to the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
The latest white paper from Lucion Services explains how the UK’s historic record in the import and use of ACMs has contributed to the country’s position as having the worst asbestos health related problems in the world.
The Fire Protection Association has opened up its research and experimental test rigs in Moreton for commercial use due to concerns about lack of market capacity and to speed up the UK testing process
Inspections have revealed that Carillion used non-complaint cladding on the Royal Liverpool University Hospital that it was building at the time it went into liquidation