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Construction and Engineering

Can the building sector have confidence in the print industry becoming a more sustainable partner?

Can the building sector have confidence in the print industry becoming a more sustainable partner?

Many industries, including professionals working in building and construction, rely on the print industry. It’s fair to highlight that the print industry has gathered up negative associations of being particularly destructive to the environment. This is primarily due to deforestation and the various oils which contribute to the creation of ink.

Embracing the Past to Excel in the Present

Embracing the Past to Excel in the Present

Founded in 1989, Traditional Clay Roof Tiles Ltd do exactly what they promise from the outset – to continue using the techniques of yesteryear to produce a top-quality product that stands the test of time. Named the ‘Most Outstanding in Handmade Roof Tiles’ by BUILD magazine in April, we took a closer look at the company with Director Jakub Kostrzewski to find out more about their methods and product.

Updating the construction industry: artificial intelligence

Updating the construction industry: artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence is weaving its way into so many industries. For the construction industry, we’re seeing the technology being deployed at every stage of design, construction, and even long after the project has been completed. From organising information for easier access to taking the role of bricklayer, artificial intelligence is proving highly effective in an industry that is usually slow to integrate new technology into its processes.

PPE Standards in the workplace

PPE Standards in the workplace

Previously, the PPE Directive was completely focused on manufacturers who placed products into the market. However, this new regulation that was put into action on 21st April 2018 will involve the entire supply chain. As a result, anyone who is part of the supply or distribution chain must abide by PPE and meet the standard requirements that have been set out — while also having an understanding that only products that meet the standards will be made available on the market.