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Britain is to build more homes, but will they be better quality homes? Philip Hammond underlined the government’s approach to solving the housing crisis...
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FIS technical director Joe Cilia considers the usefulness, and importance, of standards in the finishes and interiors sector, and opens up discussion on whether...
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Sean Dooner, part of the MPG Apprentice scheme, has won the Gold Medal in Plastering and Dry Lining in the World Skills UK competition. After...
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Back in November it was supposed to be the budget that sorts out housing. The Chancellor committed £44 billion to help build 300,000 new...
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The Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group – representing the largest sector in the UK construction industry (by value) – is calling on the Government...
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Winter is always a challenging season for specialist contractors. Days are short and weather slows sites down, but even though a cold hard economic...

An eye-catching ceiling design from SAS International at Bloomberg’s new European HQ, near Cannon Street Station in London, is thought to be the first...

Selectaglaze has provided additional, unseen, security at Banqueting House, in Whitehall, London, with secondary glazing treatment. The addition of secondary glazing to a building generates...
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The phrase “no man is an island” not only holds true for individuals and societies but also applies to the construction sector, where building...

An innovative thin partition system from Siniat is set to help multi-residential developments increase floor space while providing high-specification acoustic insulation. Resilient Acoustic Stud (RAS)...