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With pressure on margins unlikely to go away any time soon, contractors are looking more than ever to improve productivity. Steve Menary reviews some...
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The long term outlook for specialist contractors remains tough but tender enquiries are picking up, according to the latest FPDC State of Trade Survey,...
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Phase 2 at West Chester College was officially opened last week following a fit out by Neslo Partitioning. Neslo installed two products from Knauf...
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Deflection heads in drywall partitions are quite often the topic of discussion, and for Steve Halcrow, technical consultant to FPDC, the subject has arisen...

Extensive insulation, new windows and doors have been used to bring a 1950s former council house up to Passivhaus standards. The project, by
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Foulstone and Wombwell Academy is the latest new school to evolve out of Barnsley’s Building Schools for the Future (BSF) 10 school programme. Rotherham-based...
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The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has published the draft revision to Part L of the Building Regulations. The proposals, which cover...
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Bournville College, Birmingham, is where Horbury has installed drylining and ceiling systems. Gyptone Quattro 41 was selected and extensively used in...
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The sector has been waiting for the chance to herald the new European Standard for gypsum plasterboard systems for a long time. Steve Halcrow,...
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Talk about information technology in construction today and conversations will often turn to building information modelling (BIM). With the government now making BIM mandatory...