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Structura adds Kalwall distribution

04/06/2013: Structura UK taken over the Kalwall distributorship for England, Wales and Northern Ireland from Stoakes Systems. more »

Tudor Griffiths buys four Cemex batching plants in Wales

04/06/2013: Shropshire aggregates company Tudor Griffiths has acquired four Cemex readymix concrete plants in mid and north Wales. more »

Danish court rules against Rockwool marketing claims

03/06/2013: Manufacturers of expanded polystyrene have won a court ruling in Denmark against advertising claims made by Rockwool. more »

Eleco offloads loss-making building products division

03/06/2013: Eleco has sold its four building products manufacturing businesses to Omnis Industries Ltd for £200,000. more »

Lifting gear firms for sale

03/06/2013: Melrose Industries is looking to sell two of the three lifting gear companies that it acquired as part of its takeover of FKI in 2008. more »

Strainstall to monitor Forth bridge construction

03/06/2013: Strainstall has been awarded a contract to provide structural monitoring technology and engineering support to the new Forth crossing, a cable-stayed bridge carrying a motorway that will complement the existing road and rail crossings over the Firth of Forth. more »

Carbon-negative building block unveiled

24/05/2013: Masonry products manufacturer Lignacite has launched what it describes as “the world’s first carbon-negative building block”. more »

Dunton brickworks to close

23/05/2013: Michelmersh Brick is closing its Dunton brick-making plant in Chesham, Buckinghamshire. more »

New planning policy fails aggregates industry

21/05/2013: Are changes in the planning regime failing to safeguard the future supply of essential construction materials? Is it a real threat? Mark Smulian reports more »

Cement market reform to improve competition

21/05/2013: The Competition Commission (CC) is promising 'hard-hitting measures' to 'break open' the cement market amid allegations of coordination among producers. more »

Speedy suckers

20/05/2013: There was double innovation on display in Edinburgh, with a new lifting attachment being used to place Benchmark Konnect engineered façade. more »

Specification of louvres needs to change

20/05/2013: Intelligent specification of louvres can improve building energy efficiency, says Simon Hunter. more »

Not your average bike shed

20/05/2013: Dane Architectural Systems fabricated and installed the curtain walling on the new Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome more »

Cladding on the up

20/05/2013: The UK cladding industry seems to be on the verge of recovery, but it’s not out of the woods yet, reports David Taylor. more »

At the cutting edge of cladding

20/05/2013: Many recent advances in cladding design and practice are rooted in research carried out at the Centre for Window & Cladding Technology (CWCT) at the University of Bath. more »

A bit of glitz on the Sidcup strip

20/05/2013: Kerr-ching! The streets may not be paved with gold but the walls are clad in it. more »

Kawneer helps academy to BREEAM excellence

20/05/2013: Glazing systems from Kawneer have been used on a BREEAM Excellent academy more »

Quick sketch tool from Technal

20/05/2013: Technal has launched visualisation software for architects and specifiers to produce 2D and 3D drawings and 3D renders for architectural aluminium façade designs. more »

Colour swings it for Aluglaze panels

20/05/2013: A new youth centre in southeast London has been built using Aluglaze composite panels from Sheffield’s Panel Systems. more »

Wealth no indicator of solar uptake

16/05/2013: Seven per cent of UK homes have installed solar panels in the past three years, according to government figures, but there are some surprising indicators, new research has found. more »

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