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It is essential for successful companies to be able to overcome market shifts and economic stresses by innovating and solution-finding. Especially in an ultra-competitive environment like today, bringing staff back into the office to increase work efficiency is key for business survival.Read more
It is essential for successful companies to be able to overcome market shifts and economic stresses by innovating and solution-finding. Especially in an ultra-competitive environment like today, bringing staff back into the office to increase work efficiency is key for business survival.
The opening of the Elizabeth line is the start of a new chapter in transport history. But how do you create contemporary ticket halls and platforms to complement the original and historic stations of London?
World Ocean Day is a celebration that propels action throughout the year to protect our planet. The purpose of this day is to inform the public of the impact of human actions on the ocean. It is an opportunity to unite the world’s population on a project for the sustainable management of the world’s oceans.
Workspace environments are perceived as being the place where the work gets done. An optimal working environment considers numerous physical, mental, and also social aspects of work. In this article, I would like to shed light on the role played by acoustics in this context, specifically for International Noise Awareness Day.
The transportation and mass transit environments are unique in that they require a combination of durability, aesthetics, and technical performance. Metal ceiling solutions are ideally suited for these environments and can comfortably satisfy the demanding project requirements.
Right at the end of 2020, we welcomed our new Chief Exec, Gert van Doormalen.
Gert’s background demonstrates a proven track-record of re-focusing businesses with customer satisfaction at the forefront of his delivery plans. He was an obvious choice for SAS, and he tells us we were for him! We predict the start of a sympatico new era for SAS.
With experts warning that, even with a vaccine, we could be living with Coronavirus for years to come, the selection of materials and finishes to impede cross contamination and enable enhanced cleaning protocols will be key to providing clean and safe indoor environments.
Now that we have all become much more virus-transmission aware, designers and building owners need to be delivering confidence to people who will continue to use communal spaces
The IWBI’s excellent WELL Building Standard now has worldwide recognition and many supporters, with well over 5,000 accredited projects across 68 countries to date. SAS was delighted to be involved in one of the first UK projects where the wellbeing of occupants was central to the design. 4 Cannon Street, London achieved the coveted WELL Gold Certification.
Newly appointed SAS Operations Director Steve Daniels is an engineer at heart. Interested in how things work and problem solving, Steve has twenty five years of experience in UK manufacturing in a diverse range of industries.
The new complex will cover an area of approximately 200,000 square-meters and includes an entertainment area, aquarium and multiplex cinema. SAS International have been invited to work on this highly complex project, which will require numerous SAS ceiling systems to achieve the client’s desired result.
It is impossible to forecast the actual situation UK businesses will face in January 2021. We have planned for the worst case, whilst hoping for the best. Our priority is to ensure that we can service you, our customers, in the event that no agreement is reached with the EU, causing problems with the import and export of raw materials and finished products.
The impact of Covid-19 is set to change the way buildings are ventilated and cooled. The virus could result in a move away from conventional, recirculating air conditioning systems to more innovative solutions such as radiant chilled ceilings and displacement ventilation to help minimise its transmission in new buildings.