COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. — University of Colorado-Colorado Springs (UCCS)  is making some unique changes to it’s campus. It’s building a five-story parking garage with a roof-top soccer field. According to UCCS, there’s been a lot of growth at the school, so expanding is the right thing to do. With the new five-story parking garage, the school

In our home-farm-to-table quest, the crops in my garden have become a little more challenging and interesting this summer. Bored with the usual tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers, my son, Stephen, perused the Internet. How about black beans, popcorn, goji berries and kiwis? No problem. Moving on to melons — rattlesnakes, cannon balls, sugar queens, and

10 Tips For Replacing Your Roof

Wednesday, 23 July 2014 by

If a new roof is on the horizon, our 10 smart moves can help you navigate this costly and sometimes complicated project. Making the right choices can add curb appeal and increase your home’s value if you intend to sell soon. 1. Add a layer or start from scratch? Your first decision: whether to put

Wednesday, 9 July 2014, 9:27 am Press Release: New Zealand Government New system for post-disaster building management A new system for managing buildings in the event of earthquake or flooding disasters was launched by Building and Construction Minister Dr Nick Smith at the Australasian Structural Engineering Conference in Auckland today. “We need better systems, stronger

With the SunControlServer Building Management Systems (BMS) offers a central unit for automation of sun protection with maximum functionality. With the basic version already 50 sectors can be controlled. By fast communication via KNX-net/ IP the SCS can also be used as central unit for very big and complex projects. Different shading strategies and many

A London construction company and the director of a Hertfordshire roofing firm have been fined for safety failings after a worker was seriously injured when he plunged almost six metres through a void for a roof light. The roof light void where the fall occured  The self-employed roofer, who does not want to be named,

By Erin Arvedlund, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: July 20, 2014       Roofmeadow founder Charlie Miller and head of operations Melissa Muroff are designing, promoting, and maintaining green roofs all across the Philadelphia area – the 13,000-square-foot green roof at the Barnes Museum, another atop the Granary building in Fairmount. Lately, they’ve been busy.

Firestone Training at Beijing 2014

Wednesday, 16 July 2014 by

Satu Atap Sdn Bhd have sent all their technical staff for Training Programs to increase their knowledge on Firestone Building Product at Beijing on 16th of May 2014. The objective of these training programs is to educate and familiarize roofing contractors with all aspects of performing a successful Firestone EPDM roof installation. Each training program

Satu Atap Sdn Bhd as a Firestone Authorised Distributor at Archidex 2014, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur. This event started on 25 June 2014 and ended on 28 June 2014. Thank you to whom visited to our booth.          

Cool roofs

Tuesday, 15 July 2014 by

Cool Roofs reflect solar energy and discharge stored heat. So they have both high reflectivity and high emissivity. Compared to standard roof surfaces, Cool Roofs stay 50 degrees to 60 degrees cooler on hot summer days. And that keeps cooling costs down. Watch a SMUD video to learn more.     Homeowners win with: Lower cooling costs

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