The design of interiors, specifically in commercial property, is always driven by the optimal use of materials taking aspects ranging from speed and flexibility of installation to expected design life and ultimately, total installed cost.
As we move with increased vigour to a decarbonised and efficient construction industry, all aspects of the processes play a role, and manufacturers have the opportunity to make use of steel in the interior fit-out phase that, even though not seen, contributes to the lowering of CO2 emissions.
Making the planet a better home
In 2019, Saint-Gobain made its commitment to a ‘net zero carbon’ ambition by 2050. They continue to develop innovative solutions for construction that are energy-efficient and preserving of natural resources – all within the life cycle of a product. Their mission is to meet the highest standards of sustainability while providing excellent performance.
From its origins in Paris to today, the Gypsum Trophy honors those craftsmen who use Gyproc solutions in sustainability, comfort, safety, aesthetics, and modularity to make the world a better home.
Saint-Gobain in South Africa has developed an innovative alternative to the dominant fibre-cement eaves cladding solution currently used in the industry. Namely, Glasroc® X Eaves.
Enhanced engineering technology for performance and sustainability.
Introducing RhinoLite’s® newest addition – RHINOFILL™ Crack Filler.
Our trusted and improved plasters range, now available in new packaging.