Author archive for Sarah

  • Amco Group – helping to protect the environment, meeting legal obligations and strengthen their brand with ISO 14001 certification

    By Sarah on November 21, 2019
    Amco took the decision to strive for ISO 14001 and have been certified the standard for Environmental Management Systems (EMS). The company wants to reduce its impact on the environment by implementing a recycling system and diverting its waste from landfill, demonstrating its commitment to protecting the environment by implementing this global standard, which will enable it to meet its […]
  • Gripple eyes growth in construction with specification listing

    By Sarah on November 21, 2019
    Joining and suspension solutions manufacturer, Gripple, has cemented its plans to increase visibility among engineers, architects and other construction industry professionals by gaining accreditation from National Building Specification (NBS). Gripple will be the only wire rope suspension solutions provider listed on the technology platform which allows specifiers to source quality approved building products. It follows a strategic move by recently […]
  • REHAU celebrates Scope success

    By Sarah on November 21, 2019
    REHAU employees from all across the UK have reached the peak of their charitable endeavours to raise money for the UK disability equality charity, Scope. Setting a mighty target of £12,000, REHAU employees are now only £300 away after toughing out a whole host of challenging fundraisers, including the brutal task of climbing the infamous Three Peaks. Scope lead the […]
  • New Chief Executive for Water UK

    By Sarah on November 20, 2019
    Water UK’s new chief executive is Christine McGourty, who will join the water and sewerage industry’s trade body on 16th December 2019. Christine has extensive experience in regulated industries and trade bodies, leading the corporate affairs functions at Centrica, British Gas and Energy UK, as well as serving as a non-executive board member at Smart Energy GB. Her most recent […]
  • Specialist recruitment firm invests to help raise aspirations in primary schools

    By Sarah on November 19, 2019
    Primary school children in Yorkshire will receive award winning ‘Positive Footprints’ personal development programmes, thanks to funding from manufacturing and engineering recruitment specialist, The Works Recruitment. The Works Recruitment is heavily involved with other careers programs, such as Leeds Manufacturing Festival and Bradford Manufacturing Weeks, which focus on introducing 14 to 18 year olds to the sector. Managing director, Craig […]
  • Revealed: The towns and cities taking the biggest gas safety risks

    By Sarah on November 18, 2019
    Experts are warning homeowners and landlords across the UK to check their gas appliances in the run up to Christmas with carbon monoxide poisoning, gas fires and even explosions due to faults in their heating systems potential risks that have remained dormant over the summer. As temperatures fall, more of us are switching on the heating in our homes, but […]
  • Scotland school receives building upgrade and enhances educational environment with solutions from Distech Controls

    By Sarah on November 15, 2019
    Collaboration delivers new energy-efficient building management system for St. Columba’s School in Kilmacolm, Scotland. Distech Controls, an innovation leader connecting people with intelligent building solutions, has recently completed equipping St. Columba’s School with a smart and integrated building management system (BMS) to reduce energy costs, while providing a comfortable learning environment for pupils, teachers and staff. Scotland-based system integrator, West […]
  • Construction industry shows support for new Common Assessment Standard

    By Sarah on November 7, 2019
    The construction industry is getting behind a new scheme designed to simplify and strengthen the construction pre-qualification process. According to CHAS (The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme), which was the first recognised assessment body to certify companies against the new Common Assessment Standard, over 30 of the construction industry’s biggest names have announced their support for the scheme since […]
  • Waterloo announces new sales director

    By Sarah on November 7, 2019
    Leading UK air distribution manufacturer Waterloo Air Products has announced the promotion of Andy Wardle to the position of Sales Director, with a seat on the Company Board. Over its 100-year history, UK manufacturer Waterloo has earned a reputation as the country’s leading supplier of Diffusers, Grilles and Louvres due to the unparalleled quality of its bespoke-fabricated products and excellent […]
  • Just one week remaining till LuxLive opens

    By Sarah on November 7, 2019
    There is just one week remaining till LuxLive opens its doors on 13-14 November and time is running out to secure your place. As Europe’s leading annual lighting event for anyone who supplies, buys, specifies and designs lighting, I’m sure you won’t want to miss out on two days of tech innovations, inspiring design, in-depth learning and stimulating debates. Register here now! Plus expert speakers from industry leaders […]