Out and about in the last couple of weeks, working with Architects in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Met the team at Alan Murray architects on Friday - www.ama-ltd.co.uk, followed by the guys at BMJ in Glasgow - www.bmjarchitects.co.uk.
The industry is changing and our response to this will determine our future. We've developed a very innovative new way to build and are offering all architects, builders and developers the chance to book a CPD event to learn about how they can adapt to the future of construction. We're happy to come along to present to your team, this can be at lunchtime if that suits you better and there's no charge, we even buy the sandwiches.
The principle of SIPs panels should have been a revolution in building, however this has been let down by the execution of current systems. Enter a new generation build system that addresses all of the problems of standard panels and sets a new benchmark for ease of build, rapid deployment, thermal performance and airtightness.
Magnesium Oxide (MgO) faced SIPs panels. MgO is highly water resistant and fireproof. The common use for MgO is in firebricks for smelters and chimneys. It’s been around for a very long time, for example, all of the mortar in the Great Wall of China is MgO based.
See the product overview – www.ecoenvelope.co.uk or contact
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