News

Shou Sugi Ban partner with MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME for interior of Sticky Sisters Restaurant

Translating to ‘burnt cedar plate’, Shou Sugi Ban is a Japanese term for the ancient art of charring timber to both preserve the wood and give it a unique burnt finish.  Sharing its name with the charring techniques it practices, Shou Sugi...
27th June 2017

Kingspan TEK is fit for a King

Holiday-home owners at Haggerston Castle Holiday Park in Northumberland will be relaxing in style this summer at the Park’s new owners’ lounge, constructed from the Kingspan TEK Building System of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) during the...
26th June 2017

Green homes project set to form Scotland's tallest timber structure

Work is under way to build dozens of new energy- efficient homes which will form Scotland’s tallest timber structure. Glasgow firm CCG is behind the project to build 42 “mid-market’ rented flats in Yoker for Sanctuary housing with views...
20th June 2017

SMARTPLY OSB to be used for giant Greenpeace tree at Glastonbury 2017

The Greenpeace Field at Glastonbury festival has long been popular among festival-goers thanks to their free hot showers and delicious veggie food available at their cafe. This year, however, will see a new feature to the field with the...
20th June 2017

Gripsure and MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME provide a new solution to increase safety at The Eden Project

Gripsure® non-slip decking solutions have partnered with MEDITE® TRICOYA® EXTREME to produce their latest product innovation, Gripsure Xtreme, which lines one of the walkways at The Eden Project, Cornwall.  An...
19th June 2017
 
 
PEFC
Ejot
Citu
PEFC
Ejot
Citu
PEFC
Ejot
Citu