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Insulation on the agenda as BBA Host WFTAO Assembly

Insulation on the Ageda as BBA Host WFTAO Assembley

BBA hosts global construction products experts at WFTAO Assembly The use of magnesium oxide boards and insulating façade systems in construction projects was discussed during the recent World Federation of Technical Assessments Organisations (WFTAO) General Assembly, hosted by the British Board of Agrément at its base in Watford. WFTAO representatives …

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All in One Certification Made Easy

The Key to Easy All in one certification with the BBA

The Key to Easy All in One Certification In the October issue of Insulate Magazine the BBA discuss how their service provides the key easy to all-in-one certification. The British Board of Agrément makes life easier for manufacturers of doors and windows products by providing the right industry assurances, all …

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Building For the Future

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Building For The Future -BRUFMA Conference Our buildings built and retrofitted today must meet tomorrow’s requirements and respond to future changes whether in relation to climatic, technological, social or regulatory influences. To make buildings more resilient and reduce energy costs, we must reconsider how we design, construct and upgrade both …

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Insulate Magazine Issue 9 has arrived

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Insulate Magazine Issue 9 is Here Featuring fantastic articles with Miller Pattison, an inside perspective on the value of Trade Associations and articles from BBA, 3M, Darren Evans and many more the August issue of Insulate Magazine represents a must read. What’s Inside Issue 9? Here is a run down …

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BBA’s Claire Curtis-Thomas Shares Enthusiasm for Innovation

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A Healthy Enthusiasm for Innovation With a need for design strategies that will manage future trends and drivers affecting the energy performance of buildings, it’s naturally important that buildings of the future are not only low-energy and sustainable but also capable of responding to future changes, whether in relation to climate, technology, social or regulatory influences.  At this year’s BRUFMA conference, …

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