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Heat Vision Cameras To Identify Poorly Insulated Homes In Canadian City

In an innovative environmental pledge, the City of Vancouver government are beginning a new pilot project, using heat vision technology to identify weak housing insulation. Designed to help the public cut down their energy bills, the project also aims to raise awareness of the issue of poor insulation, a crucial factor in reducing greenhouse gas […]

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Construction sector pressed to do better, faster

Modernise the UK construction sector by improving project delivery, or face stark times. That’s the view of a new, independent report commissioned by the government, which suggests that a lack of innovation, collaboration, and R&D could lead to a permanent state of decline. There are more basic problems noted too, such as a lack of […]

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2017’s new thermal Insulation standards—and you

Few authorities have more clout in the house-building industry than NHBC. This makes its new and updated Standards an early 2017 must-read. If that’s not enough, if your foundations are going in after 1 January, the Standards are what you have to adhere to – so the sooner you get abreast of the key changes, […]

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Meeting building demands doesn’t have to be about compromise

There’s no doubt that the heat is being turned up on architects as Britain strives to meet a diverse range of needs. In the region of a quarter of a million new homes a year are needed to keep up with demand – and while numbers are rising, it’s not enough. At the same time, […]

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Your Site Waste Management Plan (SWMP) – why bother?

The business case for reducing construction waste is proven to save you time and boost your profits. Seven killer facts and the key questions to ask There are two key reasons to adopt an effective SWMP – better project management and bigger profits. The killer facts Project Management Storage and ordering – Of the 400m […]

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Resource efficiency – it’s just good business sense

If you’re not convinced by the case for limiting on-site waste and using recycled materials, then perhaps it’s high time you should be. Resource efficiency is not about being a hardened environmentalist. The firms that manage their resources the best are getting ahead, and it’s hardly surprising. Sensible and considered decisions on materials have always […]

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Superglass at Jewson Live

Superglass will be showcasing its latest products at Jewson Live, the builders’ merchant’s first ever UK-wide event for construction professionals. 140 leading construction brands will be exhibiting at the free to attend event, which will take place on December 16th 2015 at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. Jewson will be offering exclusive product deals […]

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Ken Munro Appointed Chief Executive

The board of Superglass Holdings PLC is pleased to announce the appointment of Ken Munro as Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect. Ken, aged 46, assumed responsibility for all operational activity within the Superglass business in February of this year when he was promoted to the position of Managing Director of the Company’s principal trading […]

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Russian Firm eyes expansion in UK and North America from new regional HQ in Scotland

TechnoNICOL International, the leading roofing and insulation group, is to use its newly acquired Scottish base as the launchpad for an ambitious expansion programme in the United States. TechnoNICOL, which bought Stirling-based Superglass this summer, has created a new division to focus on new business opportunities in the US, as well as the domestic market […]

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