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Smart Safety

27 Oct 2014: Forget “selfies” - now you can take “safies”. David Taylor reports more »

Certification for Marshalls' sourcing

27 Oct 2014: Paving and masonry products firm Marshalls has become the first company in the materials sector to secure BRE Global’s BES 6001 Responsible Sourcing certification. more »

Hanson Structherm system for Dalmuir tower blocks

23 Oct 2014: Hanson Structherm has won a contract to supply its structural external wall insulation (SEWI) system to a large housing refurbishment scheme for West Dunbartonshire Council. more »

Rodeca completes its largest UK roofing project

22 Oct 2014: Polycarbonate panel manufacturer Rodeca has completed its largest UK roofing project to date, replacing glass rooflights in an aircraft hangar at Heathrow airport. more »

Put a sock on it

14 Oct 2014: They say the simplest ideas are always the best, and what could be simpler than the Concrete Sock? more »

Breedon buys two asphalt plants

14 Oct 2014: Breedon Aggregates’ acquisitions trail continues with the purchase of asphalt plants in Suffolk and Essex from Hope Construction Materials. more »

New owner for Bridon Ropes

13 Oct 2014: Bridon, British producer of wire rope for bridges, cranes, elevators and mine shafts around the world, is changing ownership once again. more »

Domestic sales still rising for construction products

13 Oct 2014: Latest data from construction products suppliers provide a more upbeat picture of the health of the industry than the latest government figures. more »

Breedon to buy Barr Quarries for £21m

9 Oct 2014: Breedon Aggregates has agreed terms with Barr Holdings to acquire Barr Quarries for £20.8m in cash. more »

Hope opens its first new quarry

7 Oct 2014: Hope Construction Materials has opened its first new greenfield quarry. more »

Timber sector reports record orders

2 Oct 2014: New data from the Structural Timber Association (STA) suggests a record number of orders for the sector in the last year, with some organisations doubling their business. more »

New chamber cover addresses fall risk

17 Sep 2014: Scottish Water has developed a new type of access cover that is designed to reduce the risk of falls into pump chambers. more »

Lafarge Tarmac's CAT challenge postponed

12 Sep 2014: A hearing into whether Lafarge Tarmac must sell a plant to open up the cement market to a new supplier has been postponed. more »

FM Conway begins bitumen imports

11 Sep 2014: FM Conway has forged a deal with ExxonMobil to import bitumen from its refinery near Antwerp in Belgium. more »

Wavin consolidates UK manufacturing

4 Sep 2014: Dutch pipe manufacturer Wavin is planning to consolidate its UK manufacturing in Doncaster and Chippenham and close its extrusion facility in Brandon, Durham. more »

Breedon expands with Bowen JV

3 Sep 2014: Breedon Aggregates has acquired a 50% interest in HV Bowen & Sons (Holdings) Limited, the owner and operator of Tan-y-Foel quarry near Welshpool. more »

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 »

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