The Deckshield range of car park deck waterproofing and coating solutions is explained in a new, 28-page brochure from CPG UK.
This comprehensive publication moves from highlighting the common car park challenges, through detailed solutions for key areas such as exposed decks and high-traffic ramps and also includes sections on movement joints, finishes and specifications.
RPM International Inc, one of the global leaders in speciality construction products, has unveiled a new identity for its regional construction division in Europe.
Launching in the UK on June 1st, and already active across the continent, Construction Products Group (CPG) Europe, is the new umbrella for RPM’s leading construction product brands, including illbruck, Flowcrete, Nullifire, Tremco, Vandex and Dryvit.
Due to the ongoing crisis, a large proportion of us have now relocated and are working from home with our children, and it’s not an easy situation. However, to help you, we have pieced together a number of activities for you and your children to complete throughout the working day!
Through these unprecedented times Flowcrete has made every effort to protect our employees with the implementation of safe working practices, according to the Government guidelines, whilst maintaining business continuity.
As a key supplier to the UK construction industry, and in line with the statement from the Secretary of State on the 31st March, we plan to continue to manufacture at all of our sites and maintain our service to the UK construction industry.
In the current situation, we are faced with the unknown concept of “lockdown”, this is a time that many of us are bound to find challenging. For the majority, living in such close quarters with other members of our family, having to fit work in around our children and other caring responsibilities, could become somewhat of a nightmare. Some of us may be suffering from cabin fever, some of us may be suffering from the disruption of our normal daily routines. For many, the prospect of an extended isolation is likely to change the way in which we work.
The Flowcrete team work from home regularly, so have plenty of experience of how to do this effectively. Check out our hints and tips:
We have been advised by our delivery companies that due to the rapidly evolving situation regarding COVID-19 and in relation to the health and wellbeing of their employees the following change will be made in accordance with Government advice, preventative guidance from Public Health England (PHE).
The instruction from the Association of Pallet Network (APN) is a revised process for signature capture. This will apply to all Electronic Devices, Printed Schedules and Customer Own Paperwork for ALL Pallet Networks. This change is being put into place to protect individuals and reduce direct contact.
The current Covid-19 crisis is having a significant impact on the supply chains of many manufacturers, ours included. The wellbeing of our people, our suppliers and our customers is our priority.
Additional safety measures have been implemented in our business and our partners which means increased pressure throughout the whole supply chain. Countries are adopting tighter border controls; most companies have adopted safety protocols and more people are self-isolating. All of this is starting to impact on our ability to turn around product and orders within 24 hours.
The University of the West of Scotland’s (UWS) new £110 million Lanarkshire campus has installed floors from Flowcrete UK that convey the open, multifunctional and collaborative ethos of the site.
The new Lanarkshire facility, based in the Hamilton International Technology Park, was designed to be at the cutting edge of sustainability while creating a vibrant and contemporary venue for learning, research and innovation. Resin flooring manufacturer, Flowcrete UK, provided the university with colourful, fit for purpose surfaces that reflected the site’s energetic atmosphere.
The historic Spanish City utilised flooring solutions from Flowcrete UK in its 2018 restoration project that saw its Edwardian features brought back to life.
Starting life in 1906 as a makeshift theatre with temporary stages painted like Spanish streets, the Whitley Park area was a place for William Simcocks’ North East Toreadors group to perform. With rising popularity, the area quickly became known as Spanish City.
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