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Tarting up my Stagg...

…no, not a reindeer in lipstick…

My first mandolin, a Stagg M30 which my other half bought me a few years ago, was all chipped, scuffed, badly set up and well, awful.  177 more words


July 2014 - Week Five

Roof repairs are progressing from the south end of the building


Thirteen new skylights have been installed in the south warehouse and they provide a lot of light! 13 more words


The Added Value of Equipment Service and Maintenance

Although we are known for our wide selection of industrial abrasive tools, accessories, parts, and equipment, we also offer various services that can be of great value to your company. 226 more words

When old is better than new

Finishing works continue at The Foundry which means that we are ever closer to completing the building!

This week we finished laying our new/old recycled carpet tiles! 85 more words

July 2014 – Week Four

Roof repair continues with damaged purlins repaired


Pits are filled!



BREEAM Refurbishment and Fit-out 2014 out for consultation

The BRE launched its draft BREEAM Refurbishment and Fit-out 2014 scheme last Friday (July 18th). The document is available for public consultation until August 29th 2014 (a total of 6 weeks) via the BREEAM website, click… 496 more words



Is demolition the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning? We already know that construction can be pretty energy consuming and wasteful, is there any reason to think demolition is any better? 323 more words