Lindab’s new RIBA approved CPD seminar is now available. The CPD examines the options for steel rainwater drainage systems, including selection of the right material and the specification decisions involved in detailing.
Alumasc Water Management Solutions (AWMS) continues to develop its team with the appointment of two new area managers in London & the South East and the North.
ARP has a new RIBA approved CPD seminar covering design, rainwater calculations, construction, maintenance and the environmental impact of materials..
Check out the new video from ARP which demonstrates how quick and easy it is to install their aluminium seamless gutter system.
Saint-Gobain PAM has supplied its Classical rainwater system to two category B listed building projects: the Municipal Buildings in Dumbarton & Parkhead Housing Association in Glasgow.
For the third year running Lindab will be exhibiting at three Homebuilding and Renovating Shows in 2017. You can visit Lindab at the NEC, Birmingham; SEC, Glasgow and Sandown Park, Surrey. Click to find out more and claim free tickets….
Lindab has expanded its BIM offering for the Rainline product range. New features in the BIM package include two new gutter and five new downpipe systems.
A new British Standard covering metal gutters BS 9101:2017 Steel and aluminium rainwater systems has been published by BSi
The first conference and exhibition focused on the latest innovation and technology in materials for architecture, construction and design will be held at the ILEC Conference Centre in London on 25-26 April. Register for your complimentary ticket at www.materials2017.co.uk
The Metal Gutter Manufacturers Association was formed in 1994 to represent the leading UK manufacturers of metal gutters. Membership of MGMA is open to all companies who manufacture and market metal gutters, downpipes and their associated fittings in the United Kingdom. In addition, membership is open to those companies who provide a range of professional support services to the metal rainwater systems industry.
The Association seeks to foster and take part in research and all forms of technical development in relation to metal gutters and to encourage the best methods of their production and use with the construction and allied industries.
The Association has produced a Membership Charter to reflect the current concerns of the industry with particular reference to technical ethos, health and safety and environmental issues. In accordance with the Charter, the MGMA will ensure that its members undertake all work in accordance with relevant health and safety legislation and have a health and safety policy which they uphold both in principle and practice.
In addition, members are required to have due regard for environmental issues during procurement, delivery (including installation implementation) and waste disposal and members are committed to minimising adverse environmental impact in the provision of their products and/or services.
The MGMA is the only organisation which represents the major UK manufacturers and is, therefore, a valuable source of
information and advice on all matters relating to metal gutters.