APPOINTMENTS & NEWS  New year, new appointment

Marley Alutec is delighted to announce the appointment of Drummond McKenzie, as its first dedicated sales manager for Scotland, in a move that underlines the company’s commitment to the country. Adding a new sales manager reaffirms Marley Alutec’s dedication to continued growth in 2017. Over the last 12 months the company has launched its most durable coping range,

unveiled a newly updated website that includes access to industry- leading BIM files and supplied products for the UK’s largest roofing project in Sheffield, along with bespoke technical guidance.

01234 359438 Saracen supports rock physics software

Workplace consultant, Saracen Interiors has supported Ikon Science’s move to larger premises in Surbiton with the completion of a fit out project two weeks ahead of schedule. Saracen fast-tracked all works for the oil and gas technology provider, taking into account

Christmas and New Year holidays and activities, to finish the project ahead of time and within budget. Work was completed in January and comprised the installation of partitioning and mechanical and electrical services.  New London office opened by Kawneer

UK manufacturer of architectural aluminium systems Kawneer has opened a new London office. Designed to be even more convenient for capital-based specifiers to meet Kawneer representatives and get up close and personal with samples of the company’s curtain walling, window and door systems, the new

office is at 12 Berwick Street, in the heart of Soho. It opened in the New Year and comprises a first-floor meeting room with literature, graphics boards and flat screen TV for presentations including CPDs as well as the samples.

0207 287 5911 Architects Datafile website

The Architects Datafile (ADF) website is an online provider of past and present products and news items for the architect or specifier. is a one-stop source for all the latest press releases providing any visitor with access to information about products and services that they may require. From the website, you can find links to digital

issues that have live links to advertisers’ sites, as well as daily email alerts to keep you as informed as possible. Wallgate announces new Australasian distributor

Wallgate Limited, a market leading specialist in the design and manufacture of robust washrooms and sanitaryware solutions, has appointed Australia’s leading commercial tapware designer and supplier, Galvin Engineering, as its sole Australasian distributor. The addition of the Wallgate brand provides Galvin with increased access into a number of Australasian markets including commercial, secure, and healthcare as well as mental health and custodial environments. It also reinforces Galvin’s purpose of working closely with leading designers and contractors to help them build world facilities for better health and safer communities. Already established across these various markets as a tapware supplier, Galvin will now be able to offer a comprehensive package of highly innovative and suitable washroom equipment by having access to Wallgates range of sanitaryware and electronic water management systems. As part of the new arrangement, Wallgate will be distributing Galvin’s healthcare range in the UK and wider global markets. Specifically, the company will be responsible for supporting the GalvinCare, anti-ligature tapware and fixtures range.

01722 744594 UK architects say Brexit will have a negative impact on the sector

Brexit divided a nation and since the vote arguments have come forward from both the remain and leave camps, highlighting the opportunities and challenges ahead for UK professionals and their respective sectors. Aluminium building systems supplier Hueck UK wanted to find out what architects and specifiers feel about this issue and others affecting their sector. To do this they commissioned glazing and construction industry data experts Insight Data to carry out the survey, which asked more than 14,000 architects a series of questions about their expectations for the year ahead. When questioned, just over half (52 per cent) of architects said they see Brexit as a challenge for their sector, with 12 per cent saying they saw it as an opportunity and 28 per cent stating it was both an opportunity and a challenge. When asked what the biggest challenge they will face in 2017 will be, 52 per cent of architects said rising costs of materials; 16 per cent said retaining free movement of skills and services; 12 per cent said finding skilled professionals to employ and four per cent said changes to UK building laws and regulations.

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