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Clippings And Musings

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Our regular column by guest editor Helen Duval

Welcome to a new feature for 2018, a guest editor column called Clippings and Musings. This will be a regular column, crafted by the highly experienced and talented Helen Duval. Her CV boasts an impressive list of companies, both national and international, and brings to the awards a polished perspective that few in the industry can match.

Each month Helen will be tackling the bigger subjects within fenestration and wider construction, as well as some of the topics close to her heart. Clippings and Musings will also appear in our monthly digital magazine, NFA Digital, which you can find out more about here.

We hope you’ll enjoy!

Clippings & Musings: Exhibition Season

September 13th, 2018|0 Comments

This is a guest article by our guest editor Helen Duval Autumn is a season full of exhibitions that pretty much cover just about every aspect of construction.  Whether it’s ways to reduce heating [...]

Staying Safe – Protecting Both Young and Old

August 29th, 2018|0 Comments

This is a Clippings & Musings article by our guest editor Helen Duval Protection of the elderly and vulnerable remains the highest priority for manufacturers when looking at creating new security technologies. For installers [...]

The Tragedy Of Substandard Products

June 18th, 2018|0 Comments

The horrors of Grenfell Tower seem to be haunting the news once again and the tragedy of substandard products continues to raise its ugly head.   According to the BBC Panorama programme the insulation that [...]

Demand For Housing?

May 10th, 2018|0 Comments

This is a Clippings & Musings featured article by our Editor Helen Duval There seems to be continuing issues regarding the supply and demand for housing, despite mutterings that the housing market is still [...]

Clippings & Musings – Glass

March 20th, 2018|0 Comments

When it comes to glass in buildings its evolution goes back hundreds of years with holy paintings created in stained glass not only to depict religious meaning but to open up the building itself [...]