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APPOINTMENTS & NEWS; CULTURAL BUILDINGS PROJECT REPORT


LRWA appoints its first CEO


The Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association (LRWA) has announced the appoint- ment of Sarah Spink (MIoR) as its first Chief Executive Officer (CEO). With more than a decade of experience in the liquid roofing sector, Sarah will provide strategic direction to the association as it continues to grow, raising aware-


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SAFER Saint-Gobain launches calumenlive


Finding the right glazing products and evaluating the technical performances of your glazing speci- fication has just got easier with the launch of CalumenLive by Saint-Gobain Building Glass. CalumenLive is a free online and responsive speci- fication tool, giving you access to the information


you need directly on your mobile device, laptop, PC, Mac or tablet. CalumenLive is the new and improved successor to Calumen II, delivering a more intuitive and fluid user experience for glass config- uration and insulated glass unit (IGU) composition. The new interface also enables you to share your results faster.


www.saint-gobain-glass.com www.calumenlive.com  SIG Roofing announced as sponsor Grade I Listed Banqueting House


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• Most effective method of sound proofing


• Helping projects achieve BREEAM “Excellent” standards


• Bespoke treatments • Secured By Design accredited


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The National Federation of Roofing Contractors is pleased to announce SIG Roofing as headline sponsor for this year’s prestigious UK Roofing Awards. James Talman, Chief Executive at NFRC said: “As hosts of the Awards, we are delighted and excited to once again welcome SIG Roofing as our headline sponsor. This


event as always, its aim is to recognise and reward outstanding stan- dards of workmanship, technical excellence and safety across all aspects of roofing. SIG Roofing has been supporting the Awards for the last 10 years, and combined with their commitment to best roofing practice, they make the ideal sponsor.”


info@sigroofing.co.uk Saracen adds new names to portfolio


Saracen Interiors has announced a run of contract wins at the end of 2017’s first quarter putting the award winning, workplace consultant on track to complete almost 100,000 square feet of fit out and refurbishment work in the coming weeks. All


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of the wins are first time clients for Saracen and were won in compe- tition, with big brand names like Samsung, Call Credit and Giraffe Restaurants. The company will complete a fast track office fit out for Samsung in Brentford, while undertaking sizeable fit out projects for both Call Credit and owners of Giraffe, Boparan in London.


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ness of both the technical and financial benefits of specifying liquid applied waterproofing systems. As CEO, her primary role will be to enhance the support, training and guidance the LRWA already offers to its members and the wider industry.


0207 448 3859 www.lrwa.org.uk


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