The Metal Cladding & Roofing Manufacturers Association (MCRMA) is expanding its scope of operation to include those system installers who are involved in industrial, commercial and warehouse construction, together with the rural and agricultural building sectors. The decision has been made as part of MCRMA’s continuing drive to raise standards and ensure compliance across the industry.
The winners of the 2019 NFRC Scottish Roofing Contractor of the Year Awards were announced at a ceremony hosted by TV presenter Carol Smillie on 15 November at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow.
A derelict building in Northampton has been transformed into a striking 21st century educational facility, thanks in part to mirror-polished, perforated panels from Proteus Facades.
Heightsafe, the Wirral-based Work at Height specialist, has announced the addition of eight new members to its team. These strategic hires are in response to industry demand for its safe Work at Height expertise.
Prater has been appointed to deliver a new fast transit system at Luton Airport, supplying the full envelope package to two rail stations – a new Central Terminal and the redevelopment of the existing Luton Airport Parkway.
A new retirement complex in Winchester has become the latest development to feature bronze rainscreen cladding from Proteus Façades.
Montrose building firm MCK Construction, from Angus, has been presented with a new Isuzu D-Max Utah Pick Up at a ceremony on site after beating hundreds of builders across the UK to scoop the overall Master Builder Award in the prestigious Federation of Master Builders’ (FMB) 2019 Master Builder Awards, sponsored by Isuzu.
The construction sector is increasingly embracing digital transformation, with a growing number of businesses abandoning paper-based processes in a bid to boost productivity, according to WorkMobile.
Vivalda Group Chairman: “we finally have confirmation that the construction industry is getting a new, independent safety regulator”
Peter Johnson responds to the Queen’s speech which contained plans to create higher safety standards in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster.