03-05 March 2020 / ExCeL, London
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In the news

In the news

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  • The UK’s leading paint brand Dulux Trade has unveiled its annual Colour of the Year: Heart Wood, a warm neutral, with a hint of heather. The colour has been revealed alongside key colour predictions for 2018 as part of the brand’s industry-acclaimed trend forecast, ColourFuturesTM, now in its 15th year.
  • Saint-Gobain UK & Ireland has launched the third edition of its Entrepreneurship Foundation, in partnership with the IOEE, CITB and Supply Chain Sustainability School.

  • Competitive Advantage Consultancy Ltd have surveyed construction professionals, asking them questions about their journal readership, blog readership, social media activity, use of product directories and CPD requirements.
  • Latest insight from AMA Research shows the UK market for panelised modular building systems is estimated to have grown by 10% in 2015, with further growth of 8-9% in 2016. 
     
  • Mars say it aims to cut emissions from its supply chain by 67 per cent by 2050 and is looking into eliminating exploitative labour practices 

  • Mapei provided 500m2 of their Ultratop Loft system for the BUPA head offices at The Spectrum Building in Cabots Circus, Bristol.
  • A converted factory art venue, a house mimicking an upturned ship’s hull and a forestry centre are among the six shortlisted schemes for the 2017 Stephen Lawrence Prize.

  • Tesco has shared the extensive eco-innovation behind one of its most sustainable superstores to a group of industry peers including Heathrow, Unite Students and University of Cambridge, a pioneering move to drive the transformation of building performances across industries.

  • Dulux study reveals 85% of teachers think the school environment affects learning and behaviour...
  • Work is set to get underway on the next phase of regeneration at the award-winning Laurieston Living development in the Gorbals area of Glasgow.

  • Businesses and experts explain why companies are aligning with the UN’s sustainable development goals – and what’s in it for them.

  • The third in the government’s series of fire safety tests of cladding and insulation combinations has been completed by the BRE.

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