Snickers New Stretch Work Shorts – Comfortable and Lightweight

Work Shorts for the flexible working environment – designed to deliver superior comfort and freedom of movement.

Fabric, Functionality and Fit are hallmarks of Snickers Workwear, it’s the innovation and fabric technology in the design of the new Stretch Shorts for men and women that really set these new garments apart.

These new AllroundWork and FLEXIWork shorts are great for working in the warmer months. Delivering superior flexibility and comfort, these lightweight work shorts come in a body-mapping design and a range of new colours including Hi-vis options.


Rinnai is now offering a new service – a dedicated information hub – to all essential works installers and contractors in maintaining a constant and uninterrupted flow of hot water supply to all the key and critical sites.

‘All questions and queries on maintaining constant flows of hot water for hygiene and cleaning use in all healthcare, care homes and mobile hygiene, foodservices – including any new or planned sites – can be readily directed to us as an information hub, “says Tony Gittings of Rinnai.

Out of sight shouldn’t mean out of mind

With budgets under increasing pressure, roof maintenance and repairs are commonly addressed reactively as issues occur. Here Tom Kerr, Sales Director at Langley Waterproofing Systems Ltd looks at how taking a proactive long-term approach to maintaining flat roofs will help facilities managers maximise budgets, achieve cost certainty and manage their estate more effectively.

Ashfield Academy installs Optimum 100s

Spread across 40 acres of rural countryside, Ashfield Academy is a secondary school with academy status located in Kirby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire. Having already purchased a platform lift from Ability lifts back in 2005, when it came to looking for another platform lift for the expanding Ashfield Academy, Ability Lifts was the obvious first choice.

The IPG congratulate Roman for hitting record breaking numbers at KBB 2020

Europe’s leading shower designer and manufacturer, Roman, has revealed its delight at hitting record breaking numbers at the UK’s main bathroom event, KBB, earlier this month.

The IPG, the largest and fastest growing membership group for plumbing, heating and bathroom specialists was one of the first to share in their delight. Roman Showers are one of The IPG suppliers who made an impressive impact at KBB with record numbers hitting their stand. Visitors were able to view Roman’s British manufactured products, including new launches and a range of innovative developments, demonstrating the company’s full range of capabilities and vast experience within the UK market.

Kier secures second Nightingale hospital

Kier has been chosen to deliver its second Nightingale Hospital project, transforming a conference and exhibition centre in Bristol into a coronavirus treatment facility.

By transforming the University of the West of England conference centre, Kier will provide North Bristol NHS Trust with additional beds and facilities, to cater for up to 1,000 patients.

Birmingham Nightingale in one week

Interserve is on track to open the 500-bed Birmingham Nightingale hospital to patients on Friday.

In a phenomenal effort, 400 Interserve staff and subcontractors, with help from 60 Ghurkas, worked around the clock to complete the project in one week. And this was achieved in line with the social distancing guidelines set out by the Government.

Left with Unexpected Free Time, Architectural Photographers Catch Up and Plan Ahead

In the United States, more than 300 million people in at least 42 states have been directed to stay home to fight the spread of COVID-19; across the globe, that figure stretches into the billions. While some are fortunate to be able to work from home, architectural photographers are not; being out and about is embedded into the very DNA of their work. With most construction brought to a standstill and photo shoots postponed indefinitely, many photographers are facing an unexpected break in their usual pace. RECORD spoke with 10 professionals who shared the ways they are using that time.

Contractors urged to support suppliers and keep cash flowing

Companies that delay payments to suppliers during the coronavirus pandemic should remember one thing: what goes around, comes around

Industry leaders have issued a thinly veiled warning that anyone looking to play hardball in the current circumstances will find their reputation totally trashed by the time this is all over. This is no time to play heavy or get legal, they warn.