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20th January 2015
The latest news and innovations from the construction industry
 
 


Punk: Aggressive Accessories

For tradesmen, time is money when on the job, but with a PUNK accessory in your power tool you'll be at peak performance every time. The new highly disruptive PUNK range has been designed to give you the power to... ›››
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MHA Lighting brightens prospects at Hyndburn Leisure Centre

A NEW lighting installation is brightening the prospects of aspiring sports stars thanks to a revolutionary LED solution from MHA Lighting. Hyndburn Leisure Centre is the largest leisure facility in the borough of Hyndburn, offering... ›››
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Rod Glen joins Mark Kelly to cater for growth at Metrotile

Area sales manager Rod Glen has joined lightweight steel roofing firm Metrotile UK, with the aim of helping to continue
the company's 30 per cent growth from 2014 into 2015. More than half of Metrotile UK's growth last year... ›››
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BM TRADA extends Wood for Good contract

BM TRADA is set to deliver a series of in-house practice events aimed at architects and engineers as part of its CPD (Continuing Professional Development) contract for the UK's wood promotion campaign, Wood for Good... ›››
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Ecobuild 2015 – the market place for green building innovation

Housebuilders and developers keen to procure the latest building materials should head to Ecobuild 2015 (3rd to 5th March 2015, ExCeL London) where the latest innovations will be on display from over 800 leading companies across... ›››
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HLM to invest £250,000 in new Training Academy launch

HLM, a leading architectural practice has announced the launch of 'HLM Academy' — an in-house professional excellence programme which will help ensure that all employees have the opportunity and resources to... ›››
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Fact of the Day
Construction of the Taj Mahal took around 20 years, beginning around 1632 and finishing around 1653. It is estimated to have taken more than 22,000 people to build this impressive building including labourers, painters, stonecutters, embroidery artists, and many others.
 
 
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