Mental Health is just as important as physical health. Ahead of World Mental Health Day, the NAS: has signed the Building Mental Health charter (), making a commitment to improving mental health in the industry welcomed Blue Lobster Therapy () as our first Approved Training Provider for mental health, resilience, and stress awareness training introduced Wider Wallet () to our members - inclu.. more..
The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) is planning a small-scale pilot for Medium-sized employers - i.e. those with between 100 and 250 employees. If selected to take part, employers could receive up to £20,000 to support training and development within their businesses and/or invest in systems which will improve their ability to deliver training. In return, the selected employer .. more..
The National Association of Shopfitters (NAS) is pleased to announce the launch of the Wider Wallet Benefits Hub — a new membership benefits website for the NAS. The Wider Wallet Benefits Hub brings together a range of offers that can be accessed directly by employees of NAS member* companies, providing them with high street and online discounts. Also available via .. more..
James Filus, Director of the NAS, visited Westminster on Thursday 12 September 2019 to listen to a keynote speech from the Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, on the subject of Brexit readiness. The speech was attended by representatives from UK business, Government agencies, and Trade Associations. Mr Gove MP started by confirming that the Governme.. more..
The National Association of Shopfitters (NAS) is delighted to have joined Build UK (https://builduk.org/) as a Trade Association Member. Build UK brings together businesses from across the construction industry, including the largest Contractors (https://builduk.org/members/contractor-members/) and Trade Associations (https://builduk.org/members/trade-association-membe.. more..
The National Association of Shopfitters has successfully represented and promoted the shopfitting and interior contracting sector since 1919. Now in its centenary year, the Association is going through a period of transformation and modernisation. We are currently looking for a talented and driven individual to help support us in achieving our aim of being seen as a ‘best in class.. more..
EDIT: This news item was updated on 19 September 2019 to include dates and locations of the recently released CITB skills and training fund workshops. Please find these at the bottom of the article. Are you a small construction CITB registered employer with 99 (or less) directly employed staff on the payroll? If so, you may be eligible to claim between £5,000-£1.. more..
Three new associate members, Clearabee Ltd, Jemic Ltd and SERIOUS PR, have recently joined the National Association of Shopfitters. Details on each new member and the services they offer are detailed below. Clearabee Ltd Clearabee is the UK’s largest in-house rubbish removal company, offering a same day or on demand service across the country. Services include man .. more..
I am incredibly sad to announce the passing of Chris Gabb, a former National Association of Shopfitters (NAS) Council member, President (2011-12), Treasurer, and Honorary Member. I would like to tell you a bit about how Chris started out, and how he eventually became involved with the NAS. Chris started in the industry following secondary school, successfully complet.. more..
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) are currently visiting businesses undertaking unannounced spot checks in regards to DUST and RPE (Respiratory Protective Equipment) masks, taking relevant action (by way of fines) where necessary. Inspectors are currently undertaking checks to ensure businesses have measures in place to protect their workers’ lungs from the likes of wood dust, silica.. more..
We are pleased to announce that the National Association of Shopfitters (NAS) won the Corporate Social Responsibility Award for our #NAS100CharityChallenge at the Trade Association Forum Best Practice Awards last night. The awards, held at County Hall in London, recognise, reward and promote best practice amongst trade associations in the UK. The prestigious awa.. more..
Can you believe we are more than halfway through the year already? We have taken the time to reflect on the year and what activities have been completed for the #NAS100CharityChallenge so far. We launched the Charity Challenge at the beginning of 2019 to celebrate our Centenary Year with a target that the NAS and our members collectively raise £100k either in funds or gifts in-ki.. more..
Three of the UK’s leading access specialists, including our associate member Howe Green, have come together to form the Access 360 portfolio which provides a total manufacturing solution for roof, ceiling, wall and floor access products for the construction industry. Access 360 comprises of Howe Green, Bilco UK and Profab Access. These well-established brands all have a strong reputa.. more..
To celebrate the National Association of Shopfitters’ Centenary Year, our #NAS100ApprenticeshipCompetition took place recently at Leeds College of Building putting the future generation of the construction industry to the test! The competition was open to apprentices of any age who are undergoing training in the craft of bench joinery or its related activities. The f.. more..
We are pleased to announce that Lorraine Shepherd has joined the National Association of Shopfitters (NAS) as our new Training Manager. Lorraine has a wealth of experience, working most recently as Group Training Manager at DE Group which provides a suite of specialist services to the construction, rail and property development sectors. Prior to that she held training .. more..
**The original Promulgation was issued on 24th May 2019. However, the Fare & Travel scales had been incorrectly calculated and this Promulgation supersedes it with the correct figures. No adjustment should be made to operatives who have already been paid under the old scales but the new, correct, scales contained in this Promulgation should be applied at the earliest opportunity.*.. more..
The NAS has just announced a competition to win a DJI Osmo Pocket, as part of their #NAS100 Charity Challenge. The Prize An Osmo Pocket uses a 3-axis mechanical handheld gimbal. In real time, it precisely adjusts for your movements, turning your handheld video into a movie-like scene – capturing footage at 60fps, at up to 4k resolution. It’s a very impressive piece of kit as you.. more..
At our recent AGM, Martin Quille, the outgoing President, handed over to Tekne Shopfitting's Marc Allen and Marcon Fit-out Business Development and Marketing Manager, Alan Stewart who will serve as NAS President and Vice President for the next two years. Marc Allen said: "It is an honour to have been selected as the President of the National Association of Shopfitters in this it.. more..
The CITB has advised that the Health, Safety and Environment test for the construction industry is being updated on 26 June 2019. The HS&E test helps to raise the health, safety and environment standards for those working in the construction industry – giving you the assurance that your workforce, and those they work alongside are well prepared to be safe on the job. .. more..
We are thrilled to announce that stand-up comedian and comedy writer Dominic Holland will be our host for the Centenary Celebration Fundraising event on 24th October. Dominic is a well-established comic artist with experience as an after dinner speaker, actor and comedian. He launced his career with a Perrier Best Newcomer Award in 1993 and today is one of the most popular event comedian.. more..
Fee for Intervention (FFI) rate increase - 6th April 2019 Please be advised that HSE’s cost recovery rate for Fee for Intervention (FFI) will increase to £154 per hour with effect from 6th April 2019. This means that businesses that are found to be in material breach of health and safety law will be charged at this new rate. As now, those businesses that meet their.. more..
#NAS100CharityChallenge gathers pace and we continue to see amazing commitment and drive from a number of our members. Barbour Fit Out are putting in a magnificent effort with Kenneth, Alan and Norrie Barbour taking on the Etape Loch Ness 19, Glasgow Resolution Run and a 10k run as part of the 5000 mile challenge for St Cadoc’s Youth Club between them and on top of that Norrie is joining t.. more..
The NAS Executive Council have announced that for 2019, they will be resting their annual Design Partnership Awards as they focus their attention on the activities and events surrounding #NAS100. The Awards will be returning in 2020, in a revised format and further announcements about the plans for them will shared with everyone in the coming months. .. more..
Thanks to Triplar, Barnwood Shopfitting and Garenne, we have our first look at what our fantastic members are doing to support #NAS100. We set the #NAS100CharityChallenge at the Autumn Conference 2018 and they have all now gone back to their teams and risen to the challenge! Barnwood Shopfitting have arranged a Golf day in aid of CRASH and are inviting teams from Member's organisations to.. more..
Howe Green Ltd, the UK’s leading manufacturer of fabricated metal access covers, has recently launched a new CPD seminar. The CPD – “Safe Access All Areas: Floor Access” has been accredited by RIBA and is listed on the RIBA CPD website – www.ribacpd.com (http://www.ribacpd.com/). The aim of the CPD is to help architects, specifiers and building services professionals gain a great.. more..
The NAS are on a mission to achieve their goal of getting 100 Members to take part in #NAS100CharityChallenge The idea is simple - help a local good cause or national charity by volunteering some time, or raising some money to #makeadifference. Members Triplar and Barnwood have already signed up and plans made to do just that. Dave Carpenter and his fellow Directors of Barnwood are.. more..
On 22nd November 2018, NAS President Martin Quille advises Members of immediate withdrawal of a code of practice Notice of Withdrawal: Code of Practice on the Safe Erection of Hoardings and Similar Structures Our Code of Practice on the Safe Erection of Hoardings and Similar Structures (“the Code”), which we issued a number of years ago, no longer complies with current practice.. more..
Following a lengthy recruitment process, we are pleased to announce our new Director is James Filus. From the outset, James has suitably impressed all those he has interacted with, noticeably being credited for his enthusiasm and professionalism at every stage of the appointment process. From a senior public service position, James is not wary of getting his hands dirty and dig.. more..
At their Autumn Conference on Friday 19th October, the NAS launched their activities to recognise and celebrate their Centenary in 2019 The Centenary marks a significant anniversary and turning point in the history of the NAS, with a new Director to be taking up post in January 2019. Part time MC and NAS Treasurer, Paul Tedore encouraged the audience to follow his lead and sign up to .. more..
VP Plc has acquired Brandon Hire Group Holdings Limited, (Brandon Hire.) A well established and profitable business, Brandon Hire operates a full range of tool hire equipment with an operational model which is closely aligned to VP's own specialist tool hire business, Hire Station. The combination of the two businesses will, over the medium term, deliver econo.. more..
For the first time in many years, the NAS is seeking the opinion of all their Members as it looks to the future of the Association. Celebrating the Centenary in 2019, the NAS will be using the year to launch some new initiatives, but will also be reviewing the Association as a whole to ensure it meets the expectations and needs of its Members and represents the industry as a whole. Pre.. more..
Courtesy of Associate Members Cosentino UK and Caterham Granite and Marble, NAS Members are invited to their Golf Day on 6th September 2018 at their expense! Here are the details: Venue: Congleton Golf Club Biddulph Road,CW12 3LZ Programme: 10am: Bacon Butties, Tea & Coffee 11am onwards: Tee Off Drinks in the Club House after golf 6pm: Di.. more..
After the recent retirement of Robert Hudson, the Trustees are inviting applications for the role of Director. The new Director will see the NAS through the celebrations that are planned for the milestone of their Centenary Year in 2019 and into the new era. MAIN PURPOSE OF THE ROLE: Responsible for developing and communicating the long term strategic plan of the National Asso.. more..
It has been announced that Robert Hudson is to retire as Director of the National Association of Shopfitters & Interior Contractors After 13 years working devotedly as Director and CEO for the National Association of Shopfitters & Interior Contractors, Robert Hudson, is set to retire on 29th June 2018. Robert joined the National Association of Shopfitters & Interior Co.. more..
A very warm welcome was awaiting the arrival of the attendees of the President's Spring Weekend in more ways than one. Temperatures were in the high 20s and the city was basking in sun when we all took a stroll through the vibrant streets for the Welcome dinner of paella on Thursday evening. Afterwards a number either went to watch the football in one of the bars, or headed for the Rad.. more..
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on Friday 25 May 2018. It has taken four years to develop and is the most important change in data privacy legislation in two decades. GDPR is an EU-wide regulation that will replace the current data protection laws in the UK. It has been designed to provide greater protection for personal data in today’s digital world. .. more..
The Autumn Conference is returning to County Hall on 19th October 2018. Guest Speaker Sir Richard Needham has a broad experience in government and business and will give you a fascinating and unique insight into turnarounds, risk taking and maintaining innovation in the public and private sectors both in the U.K. and abroad. He was elected Member of Parliament for Chippenham in May .. more..
Don't delay in getting your discounted tickets for the Design Partnership Awards 2018. The current discount is ending at 5pm on Friday 30th March. Individual ticket price is £90 + VAT or, for the first time, you can purchase a table of 10 at £800 + VAT. Taking place in the Crystal Room at The May Fair Hotel, Stratton Street, Mayfair on Thursday 13th September, the event commences at.. more..
At the AGM on 14th March, the new NASBuy website was launched, uniquely for NAS Members The new NASBuy website enables Members to purchase all of their lighting at discounted prices, whilst supporting the NAS. It is a professional lighting portal providing a range of lighting services, extend lighting knowledge and expertise of NAS Members whilst delivering an annual rebate to the .. more..
Not naming names, and it's not to say you are a competitive bunch, but 'ringers' were brought in from Europe to fill the spaces on the bowling teams at the first NAS social event held at All Star Lanes, Brick Lane! It was great to see some of our newest members there who experienced at first hand, the willingness the members have to enjoy themselves. For those who have been members for qu.. more..
Tickets for the NAS Design Partnership Awards, and the Autumn Conference go on sale on Monday 5th February 2018. For a limited period, all tickets are being sold at a discounted price for all of the 'Early Birds'. The Design Partnership Awards 2018 are breaking with tradition, and will be held at The May Fair, Green Park, London on Thursday 13th September over a three course seated l.. more..
At the end of 2017, it was reported in the US that fashion speciality brand Nordstrom, Inc were opening stores of just 3,000 ft instead of their usual 140,000 sq ft. Recognising that service-driven seamless experiences within the retail sector grew exponentially in 2017, putting service at the core of engagement, these new style stores have a styling suite and eight dressing rooms surro.. more..
On 15th January, entry into the Design Partnership Awards opens. A new application process makes entry easier than ever and a higher than usual amount of entries are expected if the trend of the past few years is anything to go by. Projects can be entered into one or more or more of the following categories if they fit the criteria: Retail, Lifestyle, Heritage, Product, Small pro.. more..
The NAS are delighted to announce the first sponsors of the Design Partnership Awards 2018. Graham Interior Fit-Out have been quick off the mark to scoop one of just six Award Category sponsorship packages. This sponsorship will see their name added to the title of one of the Awards, and give them tickets to the 2018 event in London, along with a number of other branding opportunities. .. more..
Robert Hudson, Director of the NAS presented the Retail Week Interior Award 2017 for Shopfitting Excellence to Cumberland Group Ltd at a Gala Dinner on Thursday 3rd November 2017 at the Hilton Hotel Park Lane. It's proved to be a successful couple of months for Cumberland Group, having also won the 'best of the best' NAS Design Partnership Award 2017 for their project at Berry Bros &.. more..
Today, the NAS announced the new line up of Judges for the 2018 Design Partnership Awards. Lead by the Chairman of the Panel, Dave Park, the NAS are delighted to keep the current judges, but to add some additional experts as follows: Dave Park – Overall Chairman –Shopfitting representative Martin Quille – NAS National President – Shopfitting representative Dr Vanessa Brady O.. more..
Congratulations to everyone who entered the Design Partnership Awards 2017 and especially to all of the winners announced on the night. Held at the newly opened Mail Rail, the opportunity to ride on the train was a popular attraction, proving there is still a small child inside most of us, as the queue for the train never really subsided! Of course, everyone had come to find out who ha.. more..
The National Association of Shopfitters & Interior Contractors (NAS) is delighted to announce the launch of its new ‘virtual only’ Smartcard. The first organisation to offer its members a virtual only Smartcard, launching in October, the new virtual SICCS card, developed by Reference Point for the CSCS Go Smart platform, will provide NAS members with a digital smartcard that is quick and e.. more..
Our panel of judges, Vanessa Brady OBE, Kaye Newman, Sarah Page, Dave Park and Jon Tollit are busy visiting projects that have been entered for this year's Design Partnership Awards...and judging by the number of entries received, which once again, has hit a record level, they have their work cut out! Ticket sales will end on 5th September, and if you haven't already bought yours, don't de.. more..
The deadline for entries to the 2017 NAS Design Partnership Awards has been extended to 5pm on Friday, 7 July 2017 Submit your entries here (/dpa/submit-entries).. more..
This Protocol is intended to assist Association Members to assess the tax and national insurance risks of engaging with self-employed subcontractors. It is a general guide to the law, current at the time of writing this report. It is not a substitute for bespoke professional advice. Members please login here (/login) to download this document.. more..
Login to our members area and go to downloads to download the PAS 82 Shopfitting Management Standard 2012 (with amendments) document Click here to login (/login).. more..
The Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) is reminding industry to be prepared for the withdrawal of the Construction Related Occupation (CRO) card. CSCS will stop issuing CRO cards from 31st March 2017 and all CRO cards issued since October 2015 will expire on 30th September 2017. CSCS Head of Communications Alan O’Neile said: “The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) anno.. more..
Over the years, the NAS Design Partnership Awards have been going from strength to strength, welcoming non-members for the first time to expand the already great variety of high calibre projects even further. We are aware of the importance of sharing knowledge and delivering best practice throughout, in order for the industry to continuously provide cutting-edge fit-outs. We support the collab.. more..
The government must make a “clear and unambiguous” commitment to 16-to-18 apprenticeships, after a major provider warned that funding changes will cause its starts for that age group to plummet by two thirds. The claim was made by Jon Graham, chief executive of JTL, which specialises in training for the building services engineering sector, in an exclusive article for FE Week (http://fewee.. more..
2017 is likely to be one of the most volatile years for the construction industry for some time. There are an unprecedented set of issues playing out at the moment that are likely to create different stresses and strains. For developers and investors who will be commissioning construction projects this year, it is critical that they engage with the construction sector carefully and obtain the .. more..
The government has published the revised draft Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations, which are expected to come into force on 6 April 2017. In summary, the Regulations oblige larger employees (with 250+ employees) to publish on their website, and submit to the Government, specified information about the gender pay gap in their organisation. And in a change from th.. more..
Working time rules receive plenty of media attention, especially the vexed topic of holiday pay and the limits on weekly working time. A right that receives less air time is rest breaks: employees who work for six hours or longer are entitled to take a rest break of 20 minutes. Employers who "refuse" to provide rest breaks will be in breach of the Working Time Regulations. A recent cas.. more..
Last month, the Chancellor delivered his Autumn Statement. The key employment announcements arising from the Statement are summarised below. Salary Sacrifice Schemes In the Statement, the Chancellor announced a reduction in the number of employee benefits that will be eligible under salary sacrifice schemes. Such schemes allow employees to sacrifice a portion of their salary in exchang.. more..
Dear Colleagues I am writing to inform you that I have accepted Adrian Belton's resignation as CEO of CITB. He will leave the organisation at the end of 2016. In the past three years, Adrian has led the development of key organisational reforms that have enabled and shaped CITB's future offer to industry. Now that a plan has been delivered to the Board, Adrian has decided the time is r.. more..
The Government has published the metrics and draft regulations for the forthcoming 'Duty to Report on Payment Practices and Performance' which will require large businesses to report their payment practices on a six-monthly basis. Regulations for large companies and limited liability partnerships (LLPs) to publish their payment practices and performance twice a year will take effect in Ap.. more..
Apprenticeships are changing and, as an employer of apprentices how you deliver your apprenticeship training will also change. One of the major differences is that employers now have more control in the design and delivery of their apprenticeships. This will ensure that any new apprenticeships offered are flexible enough to meet the needs of both businesses and apprentices. From .. more..
The Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) is rolling out its new suite of 2016 contracts which include a number of important updates. The new 2016 suite fully incorporates recent legislative changes as well as updates to reflect current initiatives in fair payment and Building Information Modelling (BIM). The substantive changes depend on the specific contract but in general they include: Inc.. more..
Key announcements: A 20% increase in the previously published provisional funding caps across all apprenticeship Frameworks for 16 to 18 year olds, plus reintroducing additional support for people in disadvantaged areas. More time for employers to spend funds in their digital account, moving from 18 to 24 months. A commitment to allow employers to transfer digital funds to other em.. more..
In response to the Government’s announcement on additional runway capacity in the South East of England, the AOA issued the press release below. The Secretary of State for Transport will make a statement to the House of Commons later today (expected around 13.00-13.30). Sustainable Aviation have also released their response to the announcement, which you can find here (http://www.sustainab.. more..
EEF say 'major question marks' remain over the Levy Calling for a delay in the Apprenticeship Levy, EEF have raised concerns that the Levy in its current form "lacks flexibility and does not give employers control of their own funds". More here<http://www.prw.com/article/20161012/PRW/161019941/major-question-marks-remain-over-apprenticeship-levy>. London Finance Commission cal.. more..
This article was written by Tamsin Rickard, Professional Support Lawyer We have reported previously on the series of holiday pay claims that have dramatically changed the law on what workers must receive during annual leave. A key shaping factor in the change has been the decision in Lock v British Gas, both in the ECJ (http://www.kwm.com/en/uk/knowledge/insights/lock-stock-and-barrel-ecj.. more..
Training provider register launch delayed DfE has confirmed that the launch of the new apprenticeship provider register will be delayed. The original plan, to launch the register on 3 October has now been shelved to allow authorities to 'finalise the approach'. More here (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/register-of-apprenticeship-training-providers). Safeguards will limit lev.. more..
The latest Construction Skills Network (CSN) report forecasts that between 2016-2020, the annual construction output growth in the UK will average an increase of 2.5%. (file:///C:/Users/Dan/Downloads/SICCS%20Card%20Scheme_FINAL.docx#_ftn1) This upsurge is predicted to necessitate 230,000 new workers in the next five years which will have an impact on compulsory skills and employment require.. more..
The Government has released further information for employers about how the apprenticeship levy will work. The guidance is relevant for all employers operating in the UK, whether they will pay the apprenticeship levy or not. Key updates: 1.Funds will be accessed through a newdigital apprenticeship serviceaccount and will appear in your account monthly, which will be available f.. more..
Dear Colleagues Just a few monitoring items for you today. HMRC Issues Apprenticeship Levy Regulations Draft regulations that cover how employers will calculate, report, and pay their Apprenticeship Levy liability have been issued by HM Revenue and Customs for consultation. More here<http://www.tax-news.com/news/UK_Issues_Apprenticeship_Levy_Regulations____72305.html >. .. more..
Experience Go Construct The Go Construct website has been nominated for a Masters of Marketing Award in the user experience and design category. The website is packed with information for parents, careers advisors, educators and employers on what qualifications and skills are required to work in construction and how to get them. Go Construct will be up against Gu Puds and Guardian Holi.. more..
We are delighted to announce that the Design Partnership Awards 2016 winners brochure is now available to view. Please click here (http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk//launch.aspx?pbid=f985b1f0-e62e-468e-b6f3-580638f99e4d) to view the brochure. .. more..
Our very first Autumn conference will be packed with the NAS Autumn General meeting, plenty of informal networking as well as great food, drink and some insightful speakers, Sadiq Tania, theTenant shopfit manager of intu properties plc plus Micheal Pawlyn, Lead Architect of the Eden Project Attendees will have numerous opportunities throughout the day to network with industry stakeholders .. more..
CITB News Update Here’s the latest from us about how we’re working to better support you. Update on Flexible and Structured Funding – Latest window for applications opened 19 July The next CITB Flexible and Structured funds window will go live on 19 July and close on 15th August. To date we have awarded £13m through these funds to our stakeholders. Our Skills and Training fu.. more..
Fire door safety week - 5 step fire door check Suspect the building you're living in, working in or visiting has a faulty fire door? Don't walk by. Report it to whoever manages or owns the building. You could save a life that day. Download the 5 step fire door checklist. (/News items/5 step fire door check.jpg) .. more..
The NAS and BWF have launched a new Centre of Excellence (CoE) network of colleges and training providers to ensure the survival of quality apprenticeship training for the joinery and wood machine industry. In the wake of the government’s decision to implement an apprenticeship levy and the industry’s call for quality skills training, the CoE pilot concept could not have come at a better.. more..
NAS launches revised PAS 82 2012_A1 2016 which is free to down load from the members area. This is an amended version as it was felt that on this occasion a full revision was not required. If you are unsure of your password to access the members area please contact firstname.lastname@example.org The document is located under the Altius section once you are logged in... more..
Following the recent Council Meeting and the discussion on the above a settlement was reached with the Union Side on the 22nd June 2016 please find attached for your consideration the fundamentals are:- a) An increase in basic rates of 2.5% from Monday 25 July 2016. (Delayed from 27 June to 25 July - with no back-dating). b) An increase in basic rates of 2.75% from Monday 26 June.. more..
It’s time to enter the NAS Design Partnership Awards 2016, which will once again celebrate the success of retail, non-retail and leisure collaboration between interior designers and shopfitters and fit out contractors across the EU trading bloc. Categories include Retail, Leisure, Young Designer, and Outstanding Contribution; all projects entered should have been completed in the past.. more..
Thanks to all of our members and partners who joined us at the NAS President’s Spring Weekend (14th - 17th April). We hope you all enjoyed the relaxing weekend on Lake Como, which saw guests networking, exploring the beautiful Italian landscape, and enjoying the much-anticipated NAS Gala Dinner. We’d also like to thank our sponsor Decolan, who welcomed us with a delicious dinner and op.. more..
We’re pleased to reveal our brand new website to our members, showcasing all of the benefits NAS membership can bring to your business. Vibrant and user friendly, our new website is just the cornerstone of our continued investment in supporting shopfitters and interior contractors, and we have many more exciting developments to come, including the Design Partnership Awards 2016 (http:.. more..
HSE is undertaking its annual refurbishment inspection initiative between the 14th September and the 9th October 2015. As well as ensuring on site health and safety risks are being managed by contractors, we will be following up failures by clients and designers. Our objecives is to secure a positive behaviour change by all types of dutyholder to achieve and sustain acceptable standards of .. more..
Great News NAS House are now calling for entries to this prestigious event which this year will be held on the 24th September 2015 at Kent House Knightsbridge in conjunction with 100% DesignFurther information can be found athttp://www.shopfitters.org/dpa2015/about.. more..