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Implications of new roofing standards explained

3 Sep 2014: The way pitched roofs are fixed in the UK is set to change with the introduction this month of new roofing standards. more »

No brick shortage here, says Ibstock

3 Sep 2014: A leading brick producer is urging designers and specifiers not be scared off by reports of brick shortages. more »

SIG targets drainage

2 Sep 2014: Construction products supplier SIG has launched a new division to serve contractors working in drainage. more »

Steni launches wind barrier system

2 Sep 2014: A wind barrier system capable of sealing a building against the elements for up to 12 months before the final cladding can be fitted has been launched by specialist panels manufacturer Steni UK. more »

UK company provides noise barriers for World Trade Centre rebuild

27 Aug 2014: Echo Barrier has supplied barriers to reduce construction noise at the World Trade Centre development site in New York City. more »

BAM’s Xbloc armour units picked for Reunion Island coast road

26 Aug 2014: BAM Infraconsult has signed a licensing agreement for the use of Xbloc concrete armour units on a new coastal road on the French island of La Réunion in the Indian Ocean. more »

Safway introduces high-definition laser surveying service

22 Aug 2014: Safway is introducing a service that can deliver three-dimensional (3D) images of existing conditions for projects such as industrial plants, bridges or historic renovations. more »

Wolseley’s utilities acquisitions cleared

21 Aug 2014: The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has approved Wolseley UK’s purchase of Fusion Provida UK and Utility Power Systems. more »

Factory reorganisation doubles Innovaré production capacity

20 Aug 2014: Innovaré Systems, a manufacturer of structural insulated panels (SIPs), is reorganising its factory in Coventry to double production capacity. more »

Kawneer products in bimstore

20 Aug 2014: Products from architectural aluminium systems supplier Kawneer are now available through bimstore. more »

Townscape provides counter terror system in Saudi

20 Aug 2014: British street furniture manufacturer Townscape Products has provided 600 blocks as permimeter protection from vehicle-borne attacks at the new US$507m King Abdullah Sports City in Saudi Arabia. more »

CRH earnings jump 27%

19 Aug 2014: Building materials group CRH has reported a 27% rise in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation (EBITDA). more »

Ibstock increases output by 200 million

19 Aug 2014: Ibstock is increasing its UK brick production this year by 200 million units. more »

New shoring kit from Beaver 84

19 Aug 2014: Scaffolding, fencing and groundworks specialist Beaver 84 has added a new line of high-clearance linear shoring equipment to its product portfolio. more »

New generation noise barrier launched

19 Aug 2014: Fencing supplier Echo Barrier has launched a new version of its H2 sound reduction barrier. more »

Kingspan buys US insulation business

18 Aug 2014: Kingspan Group has agreed to buy the US building insulation division of Pactiv. more »

Polypipe IPO cost £12.4m

18 Aug 2014: Plastic pipe producer Polypipe has shown a steady start to life on the London stock exchange, reporting first-half numbers that reflect market growth. more »

Dragoncam checks duct quality

14 Aug 2014: Running a camera down cable ducts to check quality can save developers and distribution network operators thousands of pounds, a connection company says. more »

Marshalls combines kerb and drainage

8 Aug 2014: Mono Beany is the newest edition to Marshalls’ range of water management products. more »

Lafarge collects coffee pods to power cement plant

7 Aug 2014: Lafarge Canada is to burn used coffee packs as a replacement for some of the fossil fuels at a cement plant in British Columbia. more »

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