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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 »

New initiative targets illegal timber trade

9 Sep 2015: Five countries from eastern and southern Africa have announced new measures to curb illegal timber trading in the region. more »

Sub-standard scaffold boards putting lives at risk

9 Sep 2015: Northern Ireland’s Health & Safety Executive has issued a new warning about the use of sub-standard timber scaffold boards. more »

Motorway cables protected by SmartWater

4 Sep 2015: Highways England is looking to combat cable theft by using a special crime-fighting liquid. more »

Saatchi fit-out uses chilled ceiling system

4 Sep 2015: A multi-million pound fit-out of the new London office Saatchi & Saatchi is incorporating the innovative Rehau CoolBoard chilled ceiling system. more »

Trimble acquires BIM specialist

3 Sep 2015: US technology firm Trimble has acquired Vianova Systems AS, a Norwegian company specialising in building information modelling (BIM) software for infrastructure design. more »

Vivian takes over as MPA chair

2 Sep 2015: Simon Vivian, who retires as chief executive of Breedon Aggregates next year, has been appointed chairman of the Mineral Products Association (MPA) for the next two years. more »

Marshalls has eye out for acquisitions

28 Aug 2015: Marshalls, the paving block and landscaping products supplier, saw its pre-tax profits rise 48% in the first half of 2105 and is hungry for more growth. more »

Self-healing concrete trials start

28 Aug 2015: Field trials of self-healing concrete have begun at the Heads of the Valleys highways improvement project in South Wales. more »

‘This glove will self-destruct in two years’

28 Aug 2015: Concern about construction workers’ old gloves filling up landfill sites has led to the development of what is said to the world’s first fully biodegradable synthetic work glove. more »

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