Last month saw the UK sizzle with some of the the hottest days recorded in 40 years and as heatwaves swept the country, cities were hit the hardest.
Urban landscapes of asphalt, brick, metal and dark rooftops soak up [...]
In this series of articles, we take you through some of the basic steps to ensure you get the most from the Revit families available in the BIM Centre of MyPortal. In this fourth article, we look at how to use eccentricity.
In this series of articles, we take you through some of the basic steps to ensure you get the most from the Revit families available in the BIM Centre of MyPortal. In this second article, we look at how to insert and validate bends [...]
In this series of articles, we take you through some of the basic steps to ensure you get the most from the Wavin content packages available in the BIM Centre of MyPortal. We’ll start by looking at how to import our packages in [...]
In the wake of flooding in Europe recently, many residential and commercial buildings were hit hard by stormwater damage. The effects of climate change on rainfall levels and frequency have forced many companies to consider long term [...]
Recent changes to legislation along with an increase in flooding have forced building developers to reconsider how water is managed within their developments. In turn, this has prompted designers to rethink how to manage water using [...]
London’s Flood Expo 2016 (October 12th & 13th) is the largest event of its kind to present solutions to the epic flooding problems plaguing the world over. Industry leaders in flood prevention showcase the latest, cost-effective and [...]
As a leading supplier of plastic pipe systems, we're often asked for guidance on best practice for installing land drainage. In this blog post, Martin Lambley, Product Manager for Foul, Utilities and Water Management, provides an [...]
Wavin AquaCell units are a tried and tested modular technique for managing excessive rainfall and can be assembled to create an underground structure as either a temporary attenuation tank or infiltration soakaway.
December 2015 was the wettest month on UK record and saw over 16,000 homes flooded, highlighting the fact that our towns and cities aren’t well equipped for high levels of water and prompting the question – ‘How can the UK be [...]
At this time of year, high winds can bring heavy debris which can clog gutters and downpipes. If not cleared, rainwater can overflow the gutter and start causing damage to the property.
It was interesting to read this week that The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) are running a National Maintenance Week campaign, promoting the need to look after buildings, ancient and modern.
Bringing faded guttering back to life