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APPOINTMENTS & NEWS


SPECIFYING HARDWOOD TIMBER DOORSETS


RENOLIT LAUNCHES NEW RIBA APPROVED SURFACE DESIGN CPD


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dormakaba unveils new website


dormakaba has launched its new website. Due to the merger in 2015, the website now provides a single source of information about the company’s comprehensive range of smart access and security solutions as well as its industry leading service and support options.


Urban Front offer a RIBA certified CPD: Specifying Hardwood Timber doorsets which has been updated for 2017 to include for changes in building regulations and to include the more complicated fitting of timber doorsets into frameless and architectural glass. The CPD aims to educate specifiers on all the aspects of fitting hardwood timber doorsets into various private and commercial dwellings. Urban Front also have RIBA certified blogs which you can find on the RIBA website and on Urban Front’s website. To make a booking please call Urban Front. 01494 778787 www.urbanfront.co.uk


The new website allows for quick and easy access to company information as well as a detailed overview of its products and services. Helping users to navigate, the site has been categorised into: door hardware; entrance systems; electronic access and data; mechanical key systems; lodging systems; safe locks and interior glass systems.


01462 477600 www.dormakaba.co.uk


RENOLIT has launched a new CPD seminaron the flexibility and uses of thermoformable PVC as a decorative surface which illustrates the benefits of PVC films over other decorative surface materials. The seminar provides architects with an understanding about PVC and its common uses within interior construction projects. It informs how to recognize different types of surfaces films, their applica- tions and raises awareness of some specialist applications. 01670 718222 www.renolit.com/design


AkzoNobel wins big at BCF Awards


AkzoNobel Decorative Paints UK has won both the Sustainable Innovation Award and Customer Service Award at the British Coatings Federation Awards 2017. AkzoNobel’s Dulux Academy also received a Highly Commended Certificate


for demonstrating Excellence in Training. The British Coatings Federation (BCF) is the sole UK trade association that represents decorative, industrial and powder coatings, printing inks and wall covering manufacturers. AkzoNobel also received the Customer Service Award for Transformation of a Paints Business.


01254 687950 www.sikkens-wood-coatings.co.uk Service Team growth for GEZE UK


GEZE UK has expanded its service division and created six supervisor positions to work across its regional offices and oversee continued quality and improvement alongside an increasing market share of the UK’s


service industry. The field operations supervisors’ key role will be to support engineers in the field – ensuring continuity of service and setting quality standards to further enhance the customer experience. Each field operations supervisor will be responsible for a number of engineers, spanning two or three offices.


01543 443000 www.geze.co.uk Saracen creates ‘space’


Saracen Interiors has been awarded a refurbish- ment contract by Oxford strategy consultancy, White Space following close collaboration with both landlord and client to refine designs, and agree schedules of work, acceptable to all. Work is due to be completed on the 5,000sq ft project at the beginning of December and will include the full refurbishment of first and second floor toilets, partitioning to create offices and meeting rooms;


the installation of new power, data and electric charging points for vehicles; and new flooring and new furniture.


www.saraceninteriors.com BAL specification team expands with three new hires


BAL, have expanded their specification team with the appointment of three experienced specification sales managers. Joining BAL are Daryl Smallbone, Allan Garland, and Phil Cooper, who will work with architects, designers and contractors to deliver tiling specifications and projects in London, the South West and the Midlands respectively. Daryl has worked with major global leading manufacturers within the construction, off-site prefabrication and interior & design (A&D) markets with organisations such as Nexans, Formica and more recently, AKW, giving him more than 15 years’ experience in specification and product sales. Allan has many years’ experience in the flooring and tiling sector joining from Burmatex Ltd, promoting the company’s portfolio of products through the A&D, interior designer, local authorities, end user, main contractors and flooring contractors platforms to deliver high end specifications. Phil Cooper has joined BAL in a consultancy role to work with architects and designers in the Midlands. Phil is an experienced specification professional with an extensive track record of successfully promoting technical solutions within the built environment.


01782 591100 www.bal-adhesives.com/specifiers


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