Millcroft Hits the Right Note for Iconic Record Label HQ Refurb

Millcroft, the specialist in complex scaffolding and access solutions, has been awarded a £380,000 contract by contractor GRAHAM to provide all internal and external scaffolding and protective gantries for the £25 million Gramophone Works project on the banks of the Grand Union Canal. Fast becoming a highly sought-after waterside location Continue reading

Watson’s St Chapel by NIKJOO

A neglected early Victorian chapel in Deptford has been given new life and purpose as a personalised studio space, gallery and family home for an artist. The chapel had fallen into disrepair after years of disuse, and was being used as a temporary studio space before NIKJOO was tasked with Continue reading

Canmoor refurbishment kicks off at Anchorage

Leading developer and asset manager, Canmoor, has been appointed by the owner of Anchorage, Salford Quays, and will be undertaking an extensive £8million refurbishment programme at the 220,000sq.ft., four building office complex. Phase one of the works commenced in August and will see the atrium of Anchorage 2 completely reconfigured Continue reading

Award-winning recycling bins changing modern spaces

Method’s beautiful bins ensure the waste management in your refurbishment helps you simply reach your sustainability goals. Designed to be out in the open, Method Recycling Stations are a creative and effective solution for your renovation. Launched in 2013 by New Zealand designers Steven and India Korner, Method has reimagined Continue reading

Feel at Home with a Lifton Home Lift

Lifton Home Lifts combine advanced technology with outstanding design providing homeowners with a simple way of moving between the floors of the home. If you are looking for a premium product for your renovation project, Lifton domestic lifts are a masterclass in style with its muted colours, curved profile and Continue reading

WHAT THE BUILDER SAW

Roger Bisby cleans up with the Allsaw from Addex. Dust is a hot topic right now, with sites being closed while people sort out their extraction. For the smaller builder working in occupied houses dust has always been an issue – you simply can’t get away with it. Customers will often recommend you (or not) solely Continue reading