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North East Firms Join Forces to Develop Pioneering Framed Mesh Façade...

TWO MANUFACTURERS from the North East have joined forces to create an innovative new product which can protect buildings and update their look through...

Ministry of Defence Slammed Over Roof Asbestos Scandal

THE MINISTRY of Defence (MoD) has been slammed by Unite for failing to remove asbestos from the roof of its base at Ashchurch in...

Cladding Specialist Announces Prestigious Contract Win

CURTIS MOORE (Cladding Systems) Ltd has secured the roofing and cladding contract for a brand-new sports centre in Edinburgh. Working alongside GRAHAM Construction, Curtis Moore...

Guttercrest Launch Dedicated Rainscreen Website

GUTTERCREST has launched a dedicated website for its range of rainscreen cladding: www.husk-architectural.co.uk. Guttercrest’s cladding, which all comes under the Husk Architectural brand name, includes...

MCRMA Publishes Guidance on Pre-Laminated Membrane Gutters

THE METAL Cladding and Roofing Manufacturers Association (MCRMA) has published a guidance document titled ‘Pre-laminated membrane and factory assembled insulated pre-laminated membrane gutters’. The purpose...

MCRMA Publishes Guidance on Combustible Ban Compliance

THE METAL Cladding & Roofing Manufacturers Association (MCRMA) has published an Advice Note titled AN 05 A2 Material Specification: Combustible Ban Compliance Note 1. The...

Roofers ‘Bottle it’ to Help Stop Plastic Pollution

ROOFING and cladding teams will do their bit to tackle plastic pollution while they celebrate owning shares in a local construction company. KGM is issuing...

Government to Fund Removal of Dangerous Cladding on Private High-Rises

DANGEROUS GRENFELL Tower-style cladding on private residential high-rise blocks will be replaced at the cost of around £200 million funded by the Government, the...

Dangerous Development Condemned for Flammable Cladding and Fire Risks

HUNDREDS OF students and young professionals will be evicted from a newly built £30m Liverpool development after catastrophic risks were revealed, including flammable cladding,...

Well-Known Cladding Firm Fined after Worker’s Hand Crushed in Machinery

SIG Trading, trading as A Steadman and Son, has been fined after a worker’s hand became trapped in machinery. On 21 October 2015, Matthew Hook, an...