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Benif Interior Film on display at NEC

The NEC in Birmingham opened in 1976 with seven exhibition halls, now they have nineteen and hold some 500 events attracting over six million people every year. As part of their ongoing refurbishment programme, Benif Interior Film from David Clouting was specified to refurbish one of the many washroom facilities Continue reading

KEMPER SYSTEM On Display at Museum of Liverpool

Kemper System has helped to refurbish part of a waterfront museum which is one of the largest in the UK. Positioned over the Leeds Liverpool canal link, the Museum of Liverpool spans an area 110m long by 60m wide and is 26m high at its tallest point. Architects Bickerdike Allen Continue reading

TIMco expands warehouse to meet increasing customer demand

TIMco, one of the UK’s largest and fastest growing wholesalers to the construction industry, has further expanded its warehousing facilities in order to improve efficiency and service to its growing customer base. The newly expanded warehousing facilities, which will be operational from the end of February 2019, will allow for Continue reading

Wates living space set to extend city of London contract

Leading affordable housing maintenance provider, Wates Living Space, is set to extend its work on behalf of City of London Corporation with the delivery of responsive repairs across London. Valued at approximately £1.5m, the new appointment marks the renewal of Wates’ previous repairs contract for City of London Corporation’s estate Continue reading

Brick manufacturers rising to the challenge

The latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show a thriving domestic manufacturing industry in bricks, with investment in new plant and production efficiencies continuing to increase supply in line with growing housebuilding numbers. The January statistics cover the period up until the end of December 2018 Continue reading