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Sustainable Building Envelope Centre (SBEC)

Funded by Tata Steel, the Low Carbon Research Institute (LCRI) and the Welsh Assembly Government, SBEC’s focus is on accelerating the development of low and zero carbon solutions for the built environment using steel in combination with other materials. Read more…

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RIBA Approved Building Envelope CPD presentations

Presentations, webinars, videos, Building Tours

Details of how to access a range of RIBA approved CPD courses from Tata Steel's Colour Coat brand. Colour Coat provides metal envelope expertise and delivers by a dedicated specifications team on subjects such as:
Sustainable, low carbon, non-domestic buildings. Read more…

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Steel Construction: Embodied Carbon

Guidance and industry reports

A document which explains what embodied carbon is and discusses the pros and cons of cradle to gate versus cradle to cradle approaches to calculating embodied carbon emissions. Read more…

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Refurbishment solutions for non-domestic buildings

Guidance and industry reports, Case studies

This technical paper explains the key reasons for choosing to refurbish a building and describes the various options available using pre-finished steel cladding systems. Read more…

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Creating an air tight building envelope

Guidance and industry reports

This Colour Coat Technical Paper shows designers and constructors how a good level of air tightness can be achieved using Colourcoat pre-finished steel products from Tata Steel. Read more…

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