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This ebook from Premier Guarantee looks at how to reduce the risk of water ingress through proper design and workmanship, as well as the correct installation of building elements.
Michael Jones, National waterproofing manager at Peter Cox outlines a range of waterproofing materials in construction, and the benefits they can bring if used correctly.
Sika has expanded its E-Learning platform, which will include on-demand webinars, aimed at giving customers greater insights into a range of practices and products in the waterproofing, roofing and concrete refurbishment sector.
Mould can impact businesses through a number of obstacles, including health, financial costs, and time out of operating. Stuart Kerr, Managing Director, Restorations UK, details how to prevent, spot and remove mould.
Cementaid Everdure CALTITE System Hydrophobic and Pore‐blocking Ingredient (HPI) for membrane‐free, truly waterproof structural concrete.
Cementaid Everdure CALTITE System Hydrophobic and Pore‐blocking Ingredient (HPI) for membrane‐free, truly waterproof concrete.
Aquobex discusses the launch of the FloodRecover brand and portfolio, a holistic flood resilience solution to enable cost-effective and insurable flood resilient repairs to properties of all types.
The outline business case has been approved for the £501m River Thames scheme which will deliver flood protection to thousands of homes across Surrey.
Graham has completed part of a railway bridge replacement and refurbishment works programme, incorporating a 72-hour single event possession, on the Ballymena to Coleraine rail line.
With ever-increasing competition to maintain or improve their position within the university rankings system, universities are constantly having to modernise and improve. This has involved building numerous new facilities, many of which extend below ground.
VolkerFitzpatrick gathered with Quintain and Wembley Stadium stakeholders to celebrate the newly constructed Olympic Steps at the National Stadium.
The Floating House on the River Thames at Marlow has been made possible by Cementaid’s Everdure Caltite System Hydrophobic and Pore-blocking Ingredient (HPI) for membrane-free, truly waterproof structural concrete.
With more than 5m properties in England at risk of flooding, Catherine Hill of Peter Cox examines the options for protecting properties from rising waters and how to recover if the worst happens.
Wastewater treatment plants are among the harshest environments for concrete, where there are many causes that degrade concrete and once this process starts, its effects are usually rapid.
Surrey-based PCR Projects, a home counties property developer has decided to use Actis Hybrid insulation products on all of its future developments.
Zurich is calling on the government to increase investment in maintenance of the UK’s social housing stock, as analysis reveals there is a worrying trend in escape of water claims.
Effective louvre specification requires more than just going with the (air)flow, says Andy Moul, technical support manager at Construction Specialities (CS).
The Canal & River Trust charity has appointed Arup to design the permanent repair of Toddbrook Reservoir, following damage sustained to the dam’s spillway in August 2019.
The government has revealed its long-term plan to tackle the risks of flooding and coastal erosion.
Breathable Membranes can keep your building envelope safe whilst you keep safe in these challenging times, says A Proctor Group.
Cementaid discuss their role in construction of Europe’s largest single-site medical facility: The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow.
Richard Walker, national technical and development manager at Peter Cox, offers some tips on protecting buildings from the effects of freezing weather.
In his latest article, James McDonald of Cementaid looks at the issue of curing concrete, structural defects and the importance of knowing how to avoid problems occurring in the first place.
In this ebook, StormMeister, looks at the company's history and explains how the Active Flood Seal works to ensure doors or barriers stay watertight.
Peter Cox has been drafted in to carry out essential maintenance work for homes in Grade II Listed Georgian terraces in Northumberland Square, North Shields.
The Weston at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park has won four RIBA Yorkshire Awards and has now been shortlisted for the 2019 RIBA Stirling prize.
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