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New homes to revitalise former Leicester landmark

A private residential development set to create 42 new homes in the heart of Leicester city centre has been awarded planning consent following an application from multi-disciplinary design practice, rg+p and developer, The Prideview Group. The £6.9m scheme on the... View Article

Illbruck PU700 The Van Essential

When speed and strength are paramount, illbruck PU700 multipurpose foam adhesive provides the perfect answer: offering rapid cure and ease of application for bonding a wide variety of construction materials. While one surface must be porous, these can include brick,... View Article

Keller Kitchens’ new design – a palette for creativity

The latest model from Keller is the Sturdy Classical kitchen which has been launched to offer customers a simple palette from which they can craft a trendy industrial-styled scheme; at an attractive price. The melamine-fronted kitchen units and carcasses come... View Article

Constructionline partners with London Build 2018

Constructionline, the supply chain and procurement management expert, has partnered with London Build 2018, the leading construction and design show for London and the UK. The partnership will involve the biggest Constructionline Meet the Buyer event so far and the... View Article

Fireproof balcony flooring provides outstanding performance

Neaco’s latest range of fireproof balcony flooring systems provides an exceptional combination of safety and durability. All systems are manufactured from aluminium which is A1 Fire Rated and fully compliant with Class 0 of Approved Document B ‘Fire Safety.’ The... View Article

Why Your Construction Firm Needs A Strong Brand

Your brand is not your logo. In this quick fire Q&A, I dispel the common misconception around what branding is and how it is a game changer for companies in the construction industry who are serious about success: How Can... View Article

Schöck meets curved balcony challenge in Docklands

When the Royal Victoria Dock finally closed to commercial shipping during the 1980s, it resulted in widespread dereliction and unemployment in that part of East London. At the time it would have been totally inconceivable that just over a generation... View Article

Freefoam de-mystify the process behind the products

TV Shows and online videos about how everyday objects are made are incredibly popular and can be a powerful marketing tool for many manufacturing companies – with Lego clocking up over 6.5 million views on YouTube!   Freefoam Building Products are... View Article

Green light for new CALA development in Inverurie

Aberdeenshire Council has approved plans for a new residential development by CALA Homes in Inverurie, heralding the first time the luxury housebuilder has built family homes in the town. The development – located in the Conglass area, on Crawford Road –... View Article
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