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Bureau Veritas is urging the construction industry to ensure that the practical ramifications of the latest government guidance on the amended Approved Document B are understood and implemented, in order to avoid costly delays or breach of building regulations.
Building Regulations

LATEST AMENDMENT B GUIDANCE COULD LEAD TO SIGNIFICANT DELAYS AND

Bureau Veritas is urging the construction industry to ensure that the practical ramifications of the latest government guidance on the amended Approved Document B are understood and implemented, in order to avoid costly delays or breach of building regulations. The technical changes regarding fire safety aspects now curtails the use of desktop studies and reinforces […]

With the construction industry remaining one of the largest global markets, it is imperative that the advanced materials sector listens to the industry and observes what is needed to increase usage within the sector.
Technology

How Can We Grow the Use of Advanced Materials in the Construction Sector?

With the construction industry remaining one of the largest global markets, it is imperative that the advanced materials sector listens to the industry and

Nanotechnology is not new. However the production of nanofibers and materials through the process of electrospinning is changing the way many sectors think about production and manufacturing.
Technology

Nanotechnology, flagship of nanotechnology

The world is advancing in technology at an astounding rate. Everyday new developments are changing the way humans live and work, looking for new

Technology

Electrospinning, the Nanotechnology, next generation of Companies

Every single day we see new technological advances in every field. The speed at which human endeavour is innovating is pushing the application of science

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