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APPOINTMENTS & COMPANY NEWS


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Approved National and International Best Practice Build Details


Approved National and International Best Practice Build Details are contained in a new 190 page publication from Cavity Trays of Yeovil, that contains the most extensive range of construction product solutions. Building envelope protection at all levels from below ground to roof top. Considered essential reading for all disciplines this free informative publication has been released by the only UK specialist in its field awarded European Technical Approval. It contains new construction solutions previously not released. Cavity Trays of Yeovil is the longest-established cavity tray company and the only UK tray manufacturer awarded European Technical Approval. Its products are accompanied with a performance warranty for the benefit of architect, builder and client. The latest 190 page technical manual addresses more construction problems and identifies where current regulations and standards can be improved. New and existing construction solutions + insight into ways to remedy existing deficiencies. A free scheduling, appraisal and guidance service operates. Build details include concave and convex cavity walls, fire-rated closing requirements and dentil impingements.


01935 474769 www.cavitytrays.com T. Gunning completes major renovation project at Fairfield hall


T. Gunning Ltd, the Chartered Building Company specialising in interior/exterior refurbishment, has completed a major project to refurbish and renovate Fairfield Hall, a magnificent, historic building in Bedfordshire. McCoy Pearce was appointed on behalf of the management company to deliver the planned maintenance programme and to invite tenders from a selection of suitably qualified Contractors. T. Gunning was subsequently appointed to carry out works to the Grade II Listed former hospital on the maiden major works contract known as Phase 1. T. Gunning has helped to transform the building, cleaning and repairing masonry and undertaking an extensive series of repairs to the building’s timber-framed windows. It has also conducted repairs to the roof, replaced guttering, and redecorated throughout – all of which has been done using materials appropriate to the building’s historic status. T. Gunning established a methodical system of working from initial site set-up and scaffold erection, through to repair surveys and final completion. A dedicated site management team meant that any issues that were identified could be swiftly dealt with.


020 8593 8916 www.tgunning.co.uk New National Sales Manager at Firestone


Firestone Building Products has appointed former lining sales manager, Andrew Cooper, in a newly created role as national sales manager. Andrew’s new role sees him taking on sales and business development responsibility across commercial roofing, modular roofing and lining sectors, building


on his previous remit of lining sales for decorative ponds, landscaping features and irrigation reservoirs for the agricultural sector. Andrew comments: “Firestone Building Products takes a personal approach to looking after every customer, including both specifiers and contractors, and ensuring every project is the best it can be.”


01606 552026 www.firestonebpe.co.uk The essential architect’s guide


The 2019 edition of Kick-Start’s The Specifier’s Guide to Ceramic Tile & Calibrated Natural Stone, which explores all the latest ceramic tile design trends and advanced installation techniques, is now available in print and online at www.specifiersguide.co.uk. The guide will be officially unveiled at The Surface Design Show (5th


to 7th this annual industry bible is an essential specification


tool for architects and designers. Content includes informed analysis of global tile trends, along with reports on the latest technology, and sustainability; as well as some truly inspirational case studies.


01892 752 400 www.specifiersguide.co.uk Enhancing production capabilities


Hadley Group is delighted to announce that it has further enhanced its UK production capabilities with the addition of a new heavy-duty flying cut-off press at its Downing Street headquarters in Smethwick. The new addition means Hadley Group can process a wider range of metal products than ever before. The capacity to work with larger, heavier-duty


products of greater sectional complexity and gauge thickness is enabling Hadley Group to take on jobs that they haven’t been able to quote for previously meaning the company can deliver even more innovative solutions to customers across a diverse range of industries.


0121 555 1300 www.hadleygroup.com Rhodes & Partners report a record year


A leading structural and civil engineering consultancy has reported that 2018 was a record year for the company, in which it surpassed all previous records for the volume of work which it had handled. Rhodes & Partners,


February). Now in its fifth edition,


which has a number of business award wins to its credit, offers a wide range of professional services for both small domestic and large commercial projects. “Over the past 26 years we have worked on well over 22,500 jobs,” says Managing Director Nick Ribbeck. “In the process, we’ve developed a very wide range of specialist skills. That enables us to handle a very wide variety of different project types.”


0161 427 8388 www.rhodesandpartners.co.uk


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