Insulate Magazine Issue eighteen includes an excellent insulation feature with ISOVER, articles from Kingspan, Insulation in education, Cavity Wall Insulation Surveying, Sound Insulation and much More…
It is fitting that the sun begins to show its face again and growth is back on natures agenda. The growth and appreciation for this publication is equally as satisfying for our dedicated team as we bring you issue 18.Special thanks to the committed companies that are proud of what they do and continue to support a best practice sharing, industry celebrating publication for their industry.
Back in December 2016, when we were promoting the launch of Insulate Magazine, I spoke to Kiwa BDA about the possibility of working with them and sharing industry related content. My details were passed to Alan Thomas, a consultant looking to increase brand awareness for the Kiwa Agrément certification.
Alan and I exchanged many emails discussing the benefits of the publication and potential routes to market for Kiwa. Alan wrote three article during the following months that were read extensively online and no doubt in print. Sadly Alan passed away on May 3rd this year and our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time.
The Team Behind Insulate Magazine
Colin worked for 17 years in construction and education prior to founding Insulate Magazine. His insulation experience comes for 5 years within the sector as Commercial Director at GER Group, having noticed a media gap for the insulation sector, he teamed up with Jamie to deliver what is now a leading trade publication. Outside of Insulation, Colin can be found dining in the restaurants of McDonalds or Michelin, attempting to play football or golf and spending time with his family.
Head of Creative
As the dynamic Creative Team leader Jamie helped realise the companies iconic Insulate branding, modernise the publication and evolve the brand into an online and offline entity. His background is in Marketing, achieving a BA Hons. degree at Bournemouth University. Jamie's background in Insulation was built on five years as Marketing Manager at leading acoustic and thermal manufacturer Cellecta Ltd. Personal interests include discovering new cultures, time with family and friends, visits to Stamford Bridge and eating
A creative technical writer and a technical creative writer, Paul combines a decade working in domestic and commercial architecture with his six years of experience managing technical services for Recticel Insulation. He believes in opening up the conversation about low energy construction and finding the best solutions for the right challenges. When not building his technical writing career, Paul is either out running, making a mess in the kitchen, or volunteering at his local independent cinema.