Sustainability is a core concept in modern construction. However, creating a building that is truly sustainable requires architects and building owners to consider the environmental impact of the materials they are using, and how the design choices will influence the operational emissions of the building.
The public sector encompasses a wide range of different types of buildings from local authority housing, schools and hospitals to government buildings and transport infrastructure. Each area of the public sector has different needs and specific factors that shape the building design; however, there are also several common elements that apply across the sector.
This contemporary style, five-bedroom detached house commands a floor area of 10,000sq ft and includes an indoor swimming pool together with gym and leisure facilities.
TECHNAL and installer Ravenworth work together to deliver this £4.2m scope of work for Telford Homes.
The design and specification of residential properties must balance a range of considerations. Here we look at the factors that affect developments and how the choice of doors and windows can help to ensure a safe, comfortable and secure home.
TECHNAL SUSTAINABLE FACADE SYSTEMS USED AT NEW LOUGHBOROUGH SCIENCE AND ENTERPRISE PARK
As part of the Hydro Group, TECHNAL can assure fabricators, end-users, clients, architects and specifiers that we take social, economic and environmental protection seriously when it comes to our business activities, supply chain, and the effect that our operations may have.
TECHNAL aluminium windows, curtain walling and doors were specified and installed at Heathervale House, transforming the outdated office development.
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