Railing London, London Joinery and Q-Builders have all achieved individual success – and collectively they deliver an “A-Z” of building, balustrade and joinery services.
A. Proctor Group recently supplied Profloor Levelling System to Countryside Properties’ recent development of 300 flats at St Paul’s Way, London, E3.
Stewart Milne Timber Systems has integrated high levels of sustainability into Aberdeen’s first council housing project in over 30 years.
Increasing numbers of housing associations are setting up direct labour organisations in response to rising VAT and the demise of several large name contractors but is bringing repairs and maintenance in house the answer?
Crossrail is the biggest engineering project in Europe and as it makes its way through one of the most historic cities in the world, it has uncovered some fascinating artefacts from London’s past.
External wall insulation is set to play a major role in overhauling the energy efficiency of Britain’s residential and commercial properties under the Green Deal. Holly Jobbins of the Insulated Render and Cladding Association looks ahead.
In order to equal level four of the Code for Sustainable Homes for its new build development in Dursley, house builder Bloor Homes required solar technology. Following an EcoMaster specification provided by Redland, Bloor Homes chose Redland’s roof integrated Solar PV tiles alongside Double Roman interlocking concrete tiles and Duo Plain concrete plain tiles installed by roofing contractor Brown Roofing and their solar division BR Solar.