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WHAT’S NEW?


Assessed CPD: Floor Tiling onto Calcium Sulphate Screeds. This is a subject frequently raised by architects, contractors and applicators with our technical team.”


SAINT-GOBAIN WEBER INTRODUCES WEBERSPEC AND NEW RIBA APPROVED TILE


FIXING CPD Saint-Gobain Weber, manufacturer of professional tiling products, has recently introduced its new WeberSpec online tool to the market, allowing architects and specifiers to quickly and easily create concise, technically accurate and up-to-date specifications for tiling at www.weberspec.co.uk.


With a simple registration procedure, an account can be opened and accessed by email and password. A project brief is required with prompts to enter specific fields such as: the


surface to be tiled; the substrate; type and area of tiling; finish and movement joints. A full M40 specification to NBS standards is automatically generated, including all necessary components and ancillaries. The M40 specification is saved in the account which can be accessed at a later date or amended if necessary. This specification is supported by British Standard BS 5385, the recognised Code of Practice for wall and floor tiling.


Tracey Dempster, Head of Marketing at Saint-Gobain Weber, said: “WeberSpec is a completely free M40 specification tool constructed on an easy-to-use platform, but when advice is required our technical team is on hand.


“And, to support WeberSpec, we have also introduced a new RIBA-


The main learning aim of the new CPD is to assist in the design and specification process. By identifying potential problems and how to avoid them, specifiers will learn to understand the key considerations when detailing tiling work on anhydrite screeds and meeting industry standards. This 30 minute CPD can be presented by Saint-Gobain Weber’s specification team either on site or at a clients’ office, and has been designed for individuals and small groups.


“We pride ourselves in providing full technical advice and application support, helping customers and clients to specify the right solution for every project.


“As a global business, Saint-Gobain is totally committed to training through in-house programmes and at Technical Academies across the UK and Ireland to ensure correct specification and application every time,” Tracey continued.


Saint-Gobain Weber provides a 10-year materials guarantee on all tile adhesives and grouts which are manufactured under the requirements of BS EN ISO 9001:2000.


www.weberspec.co.uk


The flagship development, by St Edward, includes a collection of bespoke suites, penthouses and apartments set in London’s cultural heartland. FILAPROJECT worked alongside Stone & Ceramic to provide ‘initial clean’ and maintenance solutions for the multiple tile designs specified, including a dramatic stone feature wall within the development’s private spa complex.


STYLISH LONDON DEVELOPMENT GETS THE FILA TREATMENT


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STYLISH LONDON DEVELOPMENT GETS THE FILA TREATMENT


FILA surface treatments have been specified, by stone and tiling subcontractor Stone & Ceramic, for its most extensive project to date at 190 Strand.


Situated within Westminster’s world-famous ‘Strand’, the development spans six iconic buildings, designed by Grid Architects and set within a private, landscaped square.


www.tomorrowstileandstone.co.uk


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