Advisory organisations with expertise on facades on BUILDING DESIGN. Helping you get the best advice for your project.
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  • British Stainless Steel Association (BSSA)
    BSSA promotes and develops the manufacture and use of stainless steel across the UK. Based in Sheffield, it provides marketing support, technical advice, information, training and education in all aspects of stainless steel. Originally formed as an association of stainless steel fabricators, the BSSA has steadily increased the scope and range of...
  • Centre for Window and Cladding Technology (CWCT)
    CWTC provides information services and training relating to building envelopes and glazing. It sets industry standards and publishes standards and guidance. Through its members, it provides advice to the construction industry on a consultancy basis. It has approximately 300 members including clients, architects, consultants, contractors...
  • Concrete Centre
    The Concrete Centre is the central development organisation for the UK concrete industry. Its aim is to enable all those involved in the design, use and performance of concrete to realise the full potential of concrete. The Concrete Centre is part of the Mineral Products Association, the trade association for the aggregates, asphalt, cement...
  • Concrete Society
    Members of The Concrete Society exchange information and experience in order to enhance the performance, productivity and quality of concrete as a construction medium. Its members collaborate to produce and disseminate reports, recommendations and practical guidance....
  • Copper Development Association (CDA)
    CDA promotes and supports the correct and efficient use of copper and copper alloys. It provides information, literature, software and training to specifiers, designers, engineers, architects, consultants and contractors....
  • Council for Aluminium in Building (CAB)
    CAB supports the interests of the architectural aluminium industry by encouraging the use of aluminium products in architecture and in the construction industry as a whole. Members are involved in all stages of construction, extrusion and design of systems, fabrication of products, finishing, production of associated products and final...
  • Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF)
    GGF represents manufacturers, suppliers and installers of flat glass and related products such as double glazing, conservatories, decorative glass, safety and fire resistant glass and energy efficient windows. It provides advice to architects, specifiers and the general public....
  • Insulated Render & Cladding Association
    INCA represents system designers, specialist installers and key component suppliers to the external wall insulation industry. It aims to maintain technical, ethical and legal standards, provide impartial advice and promote the advantages of external wall insulation....
  • International Glassfibre Reinforced Concrete Association (GRCA)
    GRCA represents those interested in glassfibre reinforced concrete, including architects, engineers and specifiers....
  • Metal Cladding & Roofing Manufacturers Association (MCRMA)
    MCRMA represents manufacturers in the metal roofing and cladding industry and promotes the effective use of metal building products, components and systems. In 1995, the MCRMA introduced a membership charter which obligates its members to ensure high standards in manufacturing. It also produces a range of technical papers....
  • Steel Construction Institute (SCI)
    SCI provides technical expertise and disseminates best practice to the steel construction industry. It promotes the effective use of steel in construction and sustainable and environmentally responsible solutions....
  • Timber Research & Development Association (TRADA)
    TRADA provides information on the specification and use of timber and wood products. It operates on-going research programmes, offering an extensive collection of printed materials and training courses. It has a diverse membership comprising companies and individuals from across the wood supply chain, from producers, merchants and manufacturers...
  • Timber Trade Federation (TTF)
    TTF promotes the use of wood through industry representation and business support for its members. It is regularly consulted by government and sister organisations on issues affecting the wood industry. Member companies are required to satisfy strict criteria previous to joining....