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New procurement guidelines designed to boost British steel suppliers

2 Nov 2015: The government has produced new purchasing guidelines for public sector projects that it hopes will help ailing steel suppliers. more »

Tanking Up

29 Oct 2015: If “unsatisfactory intermittent discharges” sound rather unpleasant " they are. And in a scheme designed to stop such discharges entering the Mersey, the KMI joint venture has just installed what is believed to be the UK’s largest concrete detention tank. David Taylor reports more »

Gullies Go Green

29 Oct 2015: A Hampshire contractor has developed an efficient way of extracting useful products from the muck sucked out of roadside gullies. Lisa Russell reports: more »

Where There's Muck...

29 Oct 2015: British Sugar is a major " if unlikely-sounding " supplier to the landscaping sector. David Taylor reports: more »

Ibstock Brick floats

22 Oct 2015: Brick producer Ibstock has listed on the London Stock Exchange with the sale of 162,200,000 ordinary shares at 190 pence each. more »

Hanson UK chief steps down

22 Oct 2015: Hanson UK chief executive officer Patrick O’Shea is stepping down in December after eight years at the head of the construction materials business. more »

Cemex converts Rochester plant for T-beams

21 Oct 2015: Cemex UK has opened a new flooring production plant at Rochester in Kent. more »

Brick sales soften, prices go up

19 Oct 2015: Michelmersh Brick Holdings says that its 2015 financial results will be better than expected despite sales volumes slowing down. more »

Colas turns roads into giant solar panels

14 Oct 2015: Colas has launched a new type of road surfacing that acts as a giant solar panel to produce renewable energy. more »

Trimble updates structural design software

8 Oct 2015: Trimble has introduced a new version of its Tekla Structural Designer software that enables structural engineers to analyse and design steel and concrete buildings by combining analysis and design into a single process. more »

Cemex launches SUDS offering

7 Oct 2015: Cemex has launched a new range of permeable concretes under the Permaflow brand. more »

New name for Hanson Building Products

6 Oct 2015: Brick producer Hanson Building Products has changed its company name to Forterra, following a recent divestment by former owners HeidelbergCement. more »

Manufacturers remain optimistic

5 Oct 2015: The Construction Products Association’s state of trade survey for the third quarter of 2015 indicates a tenth consecutive quarter of increased sales. more »

Johnson Controls and Hitachi launch global JV

2 Oct 2015: Johnson Controls, Hitachi and Hitachi Appliances have launched a new products and technology partnership for air conditioning. more »

Redland raves about tile clip

2 Oct 2015: Tile maker Redland describes its new Innofix Clip as a ‘revolutionary’ new tile fixing. more »

Ibstock to float on stock exchange

28 Sep 2015: The US private equity owners of Ibstock are floating the company on the London Stock Exchange less than a year after buying it. more »

Low temperature asphalt makes Scottish debut

23 Sep 2015: Midlothian Council has become the first highways authority in Scotland to use UltiLow low temperature asphalt. more »

Tarmac renews Home Counties asphalt plant

17 Sep 2015: Tarmac has opened a new asphalt plant inside the M25 at Harper Lane, Hertfordshire. more »

Lakesmere investment fuels McMullen expansion

10 Sep 2015: McMullen Facades is looking to grow production capacity at its Northern Ireland factory by 50% over the next 12 months, thanks to investment by new parent company Lakesmere Group. more »

Poundfield meets sea wall challenge

10 Sep 2015: A Hartlepool sea defence walling project has provided Ipswich-based Poundfield Products with its largest ever contract. more »

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