Entries by Lyn

Waverley launches open protocol S3 intelligent shading system

Waverley, the leading designers, manufacturers and installers of inventive shading and screening solutions, are excited to announce the launch of the highly innovative S3 Synchronised Solar Shading range. Designed to aid building efficiency, reduce carbon footprints and for cost-effective installation, it only seems fitting to launch on the summer solstice – the longest day of […]

A brighter future starts with the right lighting

    Educational establishments are complex, with many different activities taking place under one roof.  Here, Phil Brown, Product and Marketing Director at NVC Lighting, discusses the role that LED lighting can play in helping educational establishments significantly reduce energy costs and their carbon footprint, whilst also creating the optimal learning environment for pupils and […]

David Bailey Furniture Systems relaunches its new Toprail division

David Bailey Furniture Systems, a leading manufacturer of high-quality fitted furniture solutions, has officially relaunched Toprail as a dynamic and innovative new division of its business, following the acquisition of the company in 2023.   Toprail, a revolutionary wall furnishing solution that offers unparalleled flexibility and easy reconfiguration, was developed by a team of engineers […]

Vox Ignis Launches Unicorn Voice PAVA with global first UL Certification

Worldwide voice alarm and safety communications specialist Vox Ignis has launched its new unified PAVA system, Unicorn Voice, after becoming the global first to recieve UL certification to EN54-16. This European standard specifies the requirements for voice alarm controls and other equipment used in fire detection and alarm systems. Unicorn Voice is a powerful wall-mounted, […]


Multi-million pound project transforms mothballed school

Contractor Clegg Construction has completed a £5.9m renovation scheme to transform Maltby Grammar School, near Rotherham, into a community resource and education centre. During the course of the project, Clegg invested more than £3m into the local economy by using local labour and materials wherever possible. Nine former Maltby Grammar School students, as well as […]

‘Amazon warehouse’ school extension approved ‘reluctantly’

A school extension has been approved by councillors despite concerns the new building looks like “an Amazon warehouse.” Hastings High School, in Burbage, near Hinckley, is to get a new sports hall, classrooms, dining room and bigger car park in a bid to increase capacity at the site, after Leicestershire County Council backed the scheme at a […]