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APPOINTMENTS & NEWS LONDON HOMEBUILDING & RENOVATING SHOW PREVIEW SITE PREPARATION Ancon honoured at third Royal Reception


Ancon has been honoured at a Royal reception to celebrate its success in the 2018 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise – the third Queen’s Award for the company. It was a very proud moment for the two Ancon representatives who share over 50 years’ service and have played important strategic roles in the company achieving and maintaining UK market leadership and its significant international growth. Ancon’s latest Queen’s Award comes as a result of expanding into advanced composites, with


the successful introduction and on-going development of the ultra-low thermal conductivity Teplo range of basalt fibre wall ties, which improve the energy efficiency of masonry construction.


0114 238 1219 www.ancon.co.uk Winner of Dulux academy challenge


Barrie Thompson, a professional decorator based in North London won the 2017 Dulux Academy Design and Decorating Challenge. Run in partnership with Graham and Brown, wallpaper supplier partner to Dulux Academy, entrants were asked to submit their own wallpaper design and take part in an installation challenge. Barrie explained “This competition has been a valuable experience and I have since taken advantage of the courses available at the Dulux Academy, including Mural Effects


and Feature Walls, which has given me the opportunity to develop my industry knowledge and really enhance the technical expertise I can offer my clients.”


0333 2227070 www.duluxacademy.co.uk I-Joist assembly line building completed


Structural work is now complete on the new 3,000m2


I-Joist assembly line building


at James Jones & Sons Ltd in Forres. The new line will see JJI-Joist production capability more than double from the 7.5 Million lineal metres per year the site currently produces to a potential 20 Million lineal metres a year. Globe Machine are supplying the new I-Joist line and components will arrive on site in the coming weeks. Once commissioned, the new line should alleviate any concerns the UK


construction industry might have over I-Joist supply due to on-going Brexit negotiations, with the world’s most advanced assembly line being on UK soil.


jji-joists@jamesjones.co.uk www.jji-joists.co.uk Snickers’ ‘Climate Control’ Workwear


The onset of summer and warmer weather calls for a change of focus on what you choose to wear on site. From keeping warm and dry in winter, warmer weather brings with it a need for professional craftsmen and women to be cool and dry - to maintain well being and working efficiency. That’s why Snickers’ new working clothes for the summer uses 37.5®


fabric technology which


is really good at ‘wicking’ moisture away from the body and keeping you dry. In the Snickers Workwear FLEXIWork, LITEWork


and RUFFWork product families, there’s NEW Shirts, Shorts and Work Trousers that are super-light and quick-drying with advanced ventilation to keep you cool in the heat.


www.snickersworkwear.co.uk


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EXTENDED EMPTYING INVERVAL


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TEL: 01278 786104 EMAIL: SALES@BIODIGESTER.COM WEBSITE: WWW.BIODIGESTER.COM


24 www.sbhonline.co.uk LONDON H&R SHOW STAND NO S151


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