A job to be proud of: Fitzroy House
There’s a real art to achieving a perfectly flat finish on internal partitions – especially on large scale projects – so we believe that you should take pride in a job well done.
A job to be proud of Star and Garter
This month, we caught up with Geoff Cox, Managing Director at PM White Drylining, the contractor on the redevelopment of the Star and Garter – one of the most opulent and well-known buildings in the picturesque area of Richmond, Surrey.
A job to be proud of national college for high speed rail
Karl Smith, Commercial and Estimating Director at drylining, plaster and ceilings specialist Tudorharp Ltd, tells us all about the work that was undertaken to deliver a world-class finish at Doncaster’s pioneering National College for High Speed Rail.
How homeowners can benefit from the Green Homes Grant scheme
A job to be proud of: UTC Leeds
This month, Mathew Bates, Commercial Director at Sparta Systems, explains the work carried out to sympathetically restore a Grade II listed Victorian factory into Leeds’ first University Technical College.
Why choose ThistlePro Magnetic plaster?
New and innovative plaster products on the market present plasterers with the opportunity to expand their offer and find a niche. In this blog, we explore how introducing ThistlePro Magnetic plaster can help to differentiate you from your competitors and we share some ideas to inspire your clients to choose a Magnetic Wall.
WorldSkills: A Year in Review
British Gypsum is proud to support events such as WorldSkills and the young people who make the competition such a success. Our National Technical Training Representative and WorldSkills Expert, David Kehoe tells us all about last year’s UK Competitions, with an emphasis on the final, which took place at the NEC in Birmingham in October.
Gyproc Habito Corners: new name, same great product
The PureFinish Effect
We caught up with Pete Townsend, a member of British Gypsum’s plasterer Scheme for over four years about a recent project where ThistlePro PureFinish was the obvious choice.