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Tony Prior

New Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt delivers what matters for today’s decorator

Newly launched formulation brings improved in-can consistency for easy application and a high quality finish.* In response to the changing needs of commercial and domestic appliers and the changing environment that they operate within, Dulux Trade has launched a much… Continue Reading →

Cameron Corsby – Piecing Together Custom House

Built by Laing O’Rourke on the site of the former North London Line station, Custom House Crossrail Station will include a new ticket hall, an interchange with the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) and step-free access between the platforms and street… Continue Reading →

Stoke window company helps complete £750k community project

A Meir Heath company has helped complete a £750,000 community facility in Audlem. Family-run business Target Windows worked with Sneyd Building Contractors to supply windows and doors for the project, which saw an annex created to enhance the Public Hall… Continue Reading →

St Ann’s £400k investment will enhance local environment

A £400k project to improve homes on four roads in St Ann’s will see new fences, sheds, paths and driveways installed. Nottingham City Council recently approved the investment, which will see four areas of St Ann’s improved, as part of… Continue Reading →

MC Construction completes largest contract in its history

A £9.5m upgrade of the building which houses the University of Manchester’s School of Arts, Languages and Cultures has been completed. MC Construction undertook the two-year project at the Samuel Alexander Building, the largest contract in the Salford company’s 46-year… Continue Reading →

Horbury secures ceilings and partitions framework

Horbury Property Services, part of the Horbury Group, is celebrating its success in becoming part of a framework agreement with Coventry City Council.  This will see Horbury Property Services being one of the approved providers of ceilings and dry wall… Continue Reading →

Mace volunteers give historic London Youth Hostel a £20,000 makeover

London’s historic youth hostel, YHA London St Pauls, has benefitted from a £20,000 makeover thanks to the Mace Foundation, the charitable arm of the international consultancy and construction company, Mace. The 200-year-old Youth Hostel, is owned and run by the… Continue Reading →

Iconic brutalist gem preserved with innovative Sika Sarnafil roof solution

The roof refurbishment of the Central Building at Cambridge University’s Fitzwilliam College is one of the first major projects to use a new, pioneering approach combining Sika Sarnafil’s single ply membrane with large areas of its Sikalastic 621 – a… Continue Reading →

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