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All set for UK concrete show

9 Jul 2016: Concrete services, supplies and equipment covering nearly 180 product groups are appearing at the 2016 UK Concrete Show at Birmingham’s NEC this month. Here’s a snapshot of what’s coming up more »

MBO for Polyframe

8 Jul 2016: Polyframe Group, the Halifax-based manufacturer and distributor of trade windows and doors, has been bought out by its senior management team. more »

Asphalt acquisition investigated

1 Jul 2016: The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) is considering an intervention in the proposed acquisition of Pure Asphalt Company by IKO. more »

Alumasc completes strategy switch

1 Jul 2016: Alumasc has completed its transition to becoming a focused supplier of niche building products, systems and solutions. more »

SOS tech for lone workers

1 Jul 2016: Morrison Utility Services (MUS) has developed an app to improve protection for lone workers. more »

New test measures the self-sealing qualities of concrete mixes

30 Jun 2016: The qualities of self-sealing concrete can now be proved with a test that has been granted a US patent. more »

YellowJacket adds lean construction feature

28 Jun 2016: A new feature has been added to YellowJacket, the construction industry health & safety tool, to help measure productivity. more »

Costain prepares drones framework

23 Jun 2016: Costain is negotiating with operators of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to create a framework of approved suppliers that can meet its needs. more »

Breedon reveals it has no need for Hope's senior team

22 Jun 2016: There is to be no place for any of Hope’s senior management team in Breedon’s executive once the acquisition is complete. more »

Aggregate Industries signs up Eddie Stobart

21 Jun 2016: Building materials supplier Aggregate Industries UK has signed a five-year deal with Eddie Stobart as its concrete products division’s new logistics partner. more »

Aggregates rail depot pops up in Cheshire

21 Jun 2016: DB Cargo UK and Cemex have opened a ‘pop up’ rail depot in Warrington to serve the northwest construction market and reduce the number of lorries on the roads. more »

The kneepad reinvented

21 Jun 2016: A carpenter’s daughter has developed a new type of kneepad for construction workers after witnessing her father suffering with osteoarthritis. more »

BBA enhances wall testing capability

17 Jun 2016: The testing capabilities of the British Board of Agrément (BBA) are set to be significantly expanded with the imminent arrival of some new kit. more »

Modular roofing panels designed to speed construction

17 Jun 2016: An insulation company has come up with a new modular roofing system for pitched roofs that could help speed construction. more »

Marshalls drivers go on strike

8 Jun 2016: Drivers working for landscape products group Marshalls will stage a 24-hour strike on Monday 13th June in their long-running dispute over overtime pay. more »

Research shows how choice of asphalt mix can help cut CO2

4 Jun 2016: A new study by a researcher working for Danish consultant Cowi has developed a technique for designing asphalt mixes that can help reduce CO₂ emissions from vehicles. more »

Ordnance Survey launches BIM-ready mapping

19 May 2016: Ordnance Survey (OS) data can be plugged straight into a building information model (BIM) using a system that is being launched next week. more »

App saves money for Keltbray Piling

19 May 2016: Keltbray expects to save £60,000 a year through a new app that changes how its piling division manages information. more »

Bridge beam fabricator expands capacity

10 May 2016: Prefab concrete specialist ABM has upgraded its facility in Newark, Nottinghamshire to enable production of larger and heavier bridge beams. more »

Bond Street trials thermal imaging for concrete strength testing

5 May 2016: Costain and Laing O’Rourke have been trying out a new way to test the strength of sprayed concrete on their Bond Street Station Upgrade (BSSU) project for London Underground. more »

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