Few sectors are as aware of the dangers of unhygienic environments as the food and beverage industry. If businesses in this market don’t meet a high standard of sanitation then it could lead to issues ranging from non-compliance with regulations, reputation damage, loss of business and even civil or criminal litigation.
Flowfresh has been a staple of the food and beverage market for a long time, with many leading brands trusting it to provide the hygienic properties their sites require.
The Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) food safety management system is a preventive risk assessment tool operated by the food industry to ensure that all food safety hazards are assessed and that appropriate controls are put in place to eliminate or reduce contamination of food from those hazards.
The volume and quality of dairy goods produced in Ireland requires a considered approach to the design, maintenance and functionality of each and every facility involved in its production, processing, storage and transportation.
When specifying a protective coating material for car decks, the primary concern is its service life and durability. This is because car park operators consider the financial implications and costs associated with potential closures of the car park for maintenance, re-waterproofing, or refurbishment work.
When it comes to applying screed over underfloor heating, both products must be carefully considered at the design stage in order to guarantee a successful installation.
The climate change debate has caused us all to consider how we interact with the world around us and the inherent environmental consequences our choices have. The construction industry has an especially important role to play in creating a more sustainable world, as not only does it account for approximately half of all the raw materials extracted from the planet, but it also creates roughly a third of global waste and 40% of carbon dioxide emissions.
Oftentimes we ask ourselves this question after a few hours of food and shopping and we are back at the multi-storey car park trying to locate our cars. When we leave our cars, especially in public spaces, we don’t really give it much thought even though car parks are an essential part of everyday living.
As we approach the Christmas season, the usual scenes start to replay: the lights, decorations, food, music and of course the most resonating scene of all - buzzing shopping centres with every car parking space occupied in the multi-storey car parks.
As energy bills soar across Europe, the cost-of-living crisis is being felt by homeowners and business owners alike. With the seemingly never-ending surge in energy prices, it appears that all industries are feeling the pinch.
When designing car park solutions, health and safety considerations are of paramount importance. For car park users, the deck plays a very important role in safety due to the potential of slips and skid risks posed by water and/or slippery automotive oils lying around.
Sustainability is an increasingly important factor in the design of all kinds of buildings, including multi-storey car parks. The size of these structures, often large, have a significant impact on the environment, so it is crucial to consider sustainability from the outset.