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Architects Journal
Margo Cole

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  • Simple answers to museum complexity




    Long-established company Union has changed its image radically with a range of exciting new products and new services aimed at architects
  • Mixture that stands the test of time


    If longevity is any measure of success for a construction material, then mastic asphalt is surely a winner, as it can boast a history dating back to Old Testament times. Importantly, though, the material has managed to maintain its place as the waterproofing material of choice throughout the intervening millennia, and is still specified today for many of the UK's most prestigious buildings.
  • Pushing soft selling as hard as it dares


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  • Rehabilitation programs


    A few simple IT management steps could save your firm the cost of a large fine for using unlicensed software BY MARGO COLE
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