Right at the end of 2020, we welcomed our new Chief Exec, Gert van Doormalen.
Gert’s background demonstrates a proven track-record of re-focusing businesses with customer satisfaction at the forefront of his delivery plans. He was an obvious choice for SAS, and he tells us we were for him! We predict the start of a sympatico new era for SAS.
Apprentices Ben West, Lauren Gracie and Declan Mine who have been crowned the winners of the Scottish Apprenticeship Challenge! Using the skills they developed during the course of their apprenticeship, the team created the stunning anamorphic sculpture.
Workplace design has been revolutionised. Since the Googles, Yahoos and Hubspots of this world concluded that attracting talent meant making their workspaces fun nothing has been quite the same – and that goes for ceiling design: in spades.
SAS International is delighted to announce that it is the first UK supporting partner for the Blue Building Institute (BBI). The Netherlands-based organisation exists to spread understanding and adoption of the WELL Building Standard.
Reacting to growing customer demand, SAS International is actively promoting its Open Grid ceiling systems, uncovering a whole new world of creative ceiling design.
SAS is proud to be accredited by the Living Wage Foundation as a Living Wage employer, seeing the Living Wage Accreditation as a force for good, providing an ethical benchmark for responsible pay.
Rapid design and innovation propel us to keep moving forward. Architects and clients are continually pursing the desire to enhance a space, this includes the design and functionality of ceilings. With the increase of new technologies and techniques currently being practiced, designers can achieve their ambitious design aspirations. One of these modern techniques which is growing in popularity is sublimation.
The modern office has evolved numerous times over the last 30 years. Now that the younger generations make up the majority of the workforce, the workplace environment will see even more revolutionary changes.
Chelsea Lawson-Brown, our New South Wales sales representative strives to improve the support and representation of women by leveling the playing field. Through her extensive network of inspirational, hard- working women, Chelsea vows to educate and connect women within the Australian construction environment.
The impact of a noisy, open plan office on employee productivity and wellbeing is well-documented and can leave staff disengaged and unmotivated in their work environment.
The redevelopment of London Bridge station has won the prestigious ‘Building of the Year’ accolade at this year’s AJ100 awards held at an exclusive gala dinner and awards ceremony in the Tower of London on Wednesday 19th June 2019.
Construction is an incredibly diverse industry in terms of offering a variety career paths, from mining and quarrying to construction of buildings and the manufacturing of products.
Only an estimated 9.1% of the construction industry is made up of women, that number is set to rise, and for good reason. With organisations like National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) and Women in Construction Operations (WiOPS) who are committed to empowering women, more support and opportunities are available for women to expand their networks.