Charity Project - Team Oasis Saves over £1200 by Sourcing Materials through ReciproCity Wirral

posted 04.09.2014

Team Oasis came to Recipro with a mission statement to update and refurbish an old derelict building and transform it into a child friendly space where Team Oasis can deliver activities for children of all abilities, backgrounds and circumstances. They were able to source materials to cover up and repair damage to the roof/ceiling as well as the walls and floors giving the whole building a new le...

Category: Case Studies, community, Our News, Paul Jones, Testimonial, Third Sector

Building Material Giant Cemex Launches new Building Block

posted 25.03.2014

The material giant Cemex has launches a new concrete brick which is designed to be a smaller version of the aggregate block, called Readybricks. They have been designed as a spacer or coursing brick and for use where the brick is covered by plastering or rendering, such as in-fills above doors and windows. Cemex said the UK building industry have got behind the new size with sales of Readybricks ...

Category: in the news, industry, Paul Jones

Community Centre Saves Money on Brand New Materials & Reduces Carbon Emissions

posted 13.03.2014

One of the best things about working for Recipro is the good we can do within the local community for third sector and community projects. Earlier this year we were contacted by one of our users called Amit, he helps run his local community centre in the Leicester area.  He informed us they had a small budget to carry out the repairs and maintenance needed to get the place up to a decent standar...

Category: community, general, Paul Jones, Testimonial, Third Sector

Construction Output Enjoys 3 Consecutive Quarters of Growth

posted 21.02.2014

Updated ONS statistics have dispelled fears that the end of 2013 saw a stutter in construction output, as they revised figures from a 0 to 0.2%. The rise was driven by a healthy growth in construction output which rose to 0.7% although refurbishment work dipped 0.5%. The new statistics mean the UK construction industry enjoyed 3 consecutive quarters of growth for the first time since 2010. While...

Category: industry, Paul Jones

Qatar to submit Report on Construction Working Conditions

posted 31.01.2014

There have been more developments in the World Cup Construction scandals as Qatar, who were awarded the 2022 world cup, have been given just 2 weeks in order to show FIFA a report on the steps it has taken to improve the working conditions for labourers. Recently the next World Cup host, Brazil, has come under fire with regards to workers safety following a crane collapse that killed 2 workers. B...

Category: health and safety, in the news, industry, Paul Jones



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