VELUX® GIVES £40 SPRING BOOST TO REWARDS SCHEME

– £40 rewards up for grabs with top retailers and restaurants for every VELUX white painted roof window purchased –

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Armstrong’s new, ultra-green tile is right at home in the new home of a renewables firm Dune eVo, and a bespoke metal tile, feature for Community Windpower.

A mineral tile that is ultra-green, even by Armstrong Ceilings’ standards, and a bespoke version of a metal tile feature on the £1 million conversion of a former farm building into the headquarters of a wind farm developer.
Community Windpower’s new head office in the old market town of Frodsham, Cheshire, uses 300m2 of the new Dune eVo MicroLook tile in the back offices and canteen, and 250m2 of acoustic mineral tile Perla 0.95 dB(which performs to Sound Absorption Class A) in closed cell offices, both on the ground floor. In addition, 900m2 of metal MicroLook 1800mm x 300mm metal lay-in planks have been used in open-plan areas and corridors on the first floor.

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Armstrong Ceiling Solutions help landmark offices celebrate their curves

Refurb of Radio House is set to send potential tenants Ga Ga.

Ceiling systems from Armstrong were specified for the £7 million high-spec refurbishment of a landmark Cambridge building for their cost effectiveness and functionality.

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Armstrong’s new, ultra-green tile is right at home in the new home of a renewables firm Dune eVo, and a bespoke metal tile, feature for Community Windpower.

A mineral tile that is ultra-green, even by Armstrong Ceilings’ standards, and a bespoke version of a metal tile feature on the £1 million conversion of a former farm building into the headquarters of a wind farm developer.
Community Windpower’s new head office in the old market town of Frodsham, Cheshire, uses 300m2 of the new Dune eVo MicroLook tile in the back offices and canteen, and 250m2 of acoustic mineral tile Perla 0.95 dB(which performs to Sound Absorption Class A) in closed cell offices, both on the ground floor. In addition, 900m2 of metal MicroLook 1800mm x 300mm metal lay-in planks have been used in open-plan areas and corridors on the first floor.

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Armstrong ceilings top a ground-breaking laboratory facility

Systems, including a custom one, toe the visual line for collaborative teaching.

A myriad of metal wall-to-wall systems by Armstrong Ceilings were specified for a next-generation laboratory facility for their cost-effectiveness and versatility.

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New guide aims to demystify drain and sewer lining

A new technical guide has been created to explain best practice in the use of no-dig sewer and drain lining.

The guide, from drainage specialist Lanes Group, also explains the pros and cons of the main lining techniques available to construction and maintenance contractors.

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BUILDING BLOCK MANUFACTURER POWERS AHEAD WITH HYSTER® LIFT TRUCKS

Lorries fully loaded with building blocks in less than 5 minutes, happy lift truck drivers, exceptional reliability and a low cost of ownership: these are just some of the ways a quarry operation in the South West of England has benefitted since adding a new Hyster® lift truck to its operation.

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STAY ON GUARD WITH KEE WALK

Kee Safety, a global supplier of fall protection equipment and safety railing systems, has expanded its range of safe access solutions for roof top walkways and stepovers with the introduction of Kee Walk® with Guardrail. A cost effective and modular approach to guardrail protection, this system provides roofers, contractors and maintenance teams with a clear demarcation route to eliminate potential fall hazards.

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“Trusted” Armstrong Ceilings deliver a contemporary aesthetic

Bespoke mesh metal ceilings bring form and function to an office refurbishment.

When architects TP Bennett needed a trusted supplier to deliver their vision for a central London office refurbishment they knew immediately where to look.

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Top Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Construction Site

Construction sites closing over winter is something that happens a lot less now with improved building techniques and higher-quality products. However, there are still differences between winter and summer and with spring now under way, it is worth looking at your construction site and analysing how to improve it.

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