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The threat of climate change has made decarbonisation of our built environment an essential objective.  Here, David Oaten - one of our Project Consultants - looks at the issue of embodied carbon, why it is important and how selecting materials and products carefully can help minimise the environmental impact of a building.

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TECHNAL GLAZING SYSTEMS PROTECT THE 47TH G7 SUMMIT VENUE FROM COASTAL STORMS

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Pavilion Point is a Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) development on London Road in the centre of Brighton in East Sussex, close to the University of Brighton’s main campus. Managed by student accommodation specialist Fresh, the building provides 232 student rooms, dedicated social and study areas, a gym, café, multimedia space and landscaped courtyard as well as retail units on the ground floor. The five storey development, designed by Corstorphine & Wright, targeted BREEAM Excellent standards as well as high levels of acoustic performance.

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TECHNAL HOME CELEBRTES EASTER

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Part L of the Building Regulations is changing in 2022. But what does this mean in real terms for architects and specifiers. Here, UK Product Marketing Manager Gary Fowler from architectural aluminium specialist TECHNAL highlights what's new and how architects and specifiers need to think differently when it comes to specifying window and door systems.

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Given the extent of the climate crisis and the UK Government's net zero by 2050 target, there is now more focus than ever on the sustainability and energy efficiency of the built environment. Gareth Evans, Sales Manager of the West for TECHNAL UK looks at how key elements of the building, the correct choice of doors, windows and curtain walling systems have a critical role to play.

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Creating a circular economy in construction, where products and materials are kept in use for as long as possible through re-use and recycling is essential. Here, Tim Adams our Sales Manager for the East looks at how is can prevent waste and reduce the embodied carbon of buildings as well as its having a key role in ensuring the industry has the resources required to meet the future needs of the UK.

Creating a circular economy in construction, where products and materials are kept in use for as long as possible through re-use and recycling is essential. Here, Tim Adams looks at how it can prevent waste and reduce the embodied carbon in buildings.
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At the end of last month, TECHNAL UK held three product introduction events across the country to showcase our new platformed products to some of our fabricators.

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TECHNAL’s curtain walling and Stormframe STII aluminium doors have been used to create an impressive, light-filled entrance to the state of the art Silverstone Experience building. The high performance, low profile glazing allowed the design concept to be realised while meeting the project specific technical requirements.

TECHNAL’s curtain walling and Stormframe STII aluminium doors have been used to create an impressive, light-filled entrance to the state of the art Silverstone Experience building.
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Facade systems from TECHNAL helped the University of Leeds set a new benchmark for student accomodation in the city

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