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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 »

BRE software for Green Deal assessments

14/05/2013: BRE, the building research establishment, has published the first modules of a suite of software to help domestic energy assessors (DEA) and green deal advisors (GDA). more »

May Gurney expands use of recycling for pothole repairs

03/05/2013: May Gurney is to expand its use of an innovative thermal road repair system, which mends potholes and other surface defects by recycling the existing macadam. more »

Breedon completes quarry acquisitions

01/05/2013: Breedon Aggregates has now completed the purchase of assets from both Aggregate Industries UK and Marshalls. more »

Solar power attachment designed to reduce generator fuel consumption

26/04/2013: Speedy Hire is offering for hire or sale a new type of solar powered generator. more »

Komfort wins gasket patent dispute

24/04/2013: Office partitioning specialist Komfort has won a battle to protect one of its patents. more »

Concrete moves for carbon reduction

12/04/2013: Ash produced at coal-fired power stations is helping to improve the sustainability of concrete. Dr Robert Carroll from the UK Quality Ash Association explains how. more »

Bumper edition of The Construction Index magazine is out now

12/04/2013: The April issue of the Construction Index magazine is out now. At 108 pages, it is the biggest edition to date of the magazine that was launched just last year. more »

Breedon confirms its second big quarry purchase of the week

12/04/2013: Paving block producer Marshalls has agreed a deal to sell its aggregates quarries and sand & gravel pits to Breedon Aggregates. more »

Safe to scream on the 'marmalising' Smiler

10/04/2013: Kiwa CMT helped ensure Alton Towers' latest thrill has firm footings more »

Repairs at Wolf Rock

10/04/2013: Concrete on the world’s first lighthouse helipad has been repaired and protected. more »

Thermomass panels for Asda distribution centres

10/04/2013: A concrete sandwich system has benefits over tin for big sheds. more »

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