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David Francis.

6 April 2018 | Natural Stone Memorials

In the previous issue of this magazine there was a report on the outcome of a Fatal Accident Enquiry in Scotland following the death of an eight-year-old boy after a piece of stone from an old...

At Risk. Mallow Castle is one of 76 buildings receiving support from Ireland's Structures at Risk Fund this year.

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

6 April 2018 | Stone Heritage

Ireland has announced a budget of €2million for the Built Heritage Investment Scheme (BHIS) this year, which it has allocated to help with the repair and conservation of 370 heritage buildings.

5 April 2018 | Market Intelligence

Almost 50% of Stone Federation’s members work in the conservation and restoration sector, which plays a large part in the overall natural stone arena.

Mark Priestman.

5 April 2018 | Market Intelligence

As 2020 looms closer I have been thinking that surely this is going to be a year exploited by the nation’s opticians. So far I have been disappointed.

Robert Merry.

5 April 2018

Derek Hale (left) receives his certificate from Kirk Imm.

4 April 2018

Michael Poultney (right), MD of Portland Stone, with his son Jordan.

2 April 2018

Lord Bamford (centre) at the unveiling of the battery-powered mini-excavator due to be launched at the end of this year and, on the left, the new battery-powered scissor lift.

2 April 2018

One of the best small companies to work for.

29 March 2018

The House of Lords Science & Technology Committee wants your views on offsite manufacturing in construction and you have until 26 April to give them.

29 March 2018

A male urban pheasant wooing a female back to his nest. The snow sculpture by team USA/GB in China that gained them third place in the contest against the highest standard of international competition.

26 March 2018

Woojin Lim's Hi-Macs house that reacts to the changes in the landscape in Sokcho, South Korea.

26 March 2018