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Welcome to the latest Ancon newsletter. This month we launched a mobile friendly website and released details of our stand at the UK Concrete Show. Also read a new project case study.

Ancon Invests in Responsive Web Technology

Ancon has redeveloped its website to make it fully accessible to the growing number of mobile users now accessing the site via Smartphone, iPad, netbook and similar devices.

The new site is designed to recognise a particular device and automatically resize and alter the typography. In doing so it shifts to different page layouts to make it easy to read and navigate at the particular screen size and definition involved. Visit on your mobile device. 

Unlike some companies, who have opted for a special ‘mobile’ site with truncated content, running alongside their main site, we felt it was important to invest in a method that would give all users the same high quality experience and content regardless of the method of access. 

Click here for more information.

Mobile Friendly Website

New Product Launch at the UK Concrete Show

We have chosen Europe’s largest specialist concrete show to launch our latest new product.

Visit stand C60 to see the KSN Anchor reinforcement continuity system, designed to simplify slab-to-wall construction joints. Our research enables engineers to design construction joints without the traditional restrictions of re-bend continuity boxes or the awkward anchorage lengths demanded by reinforcing bar couplers. Visit to register your interest in this new product.

As part of the show's CPD seminar program, Ancon will be educating visitors on 'Designing for Joints in Concrete'. The seminar will take place at 11am on both Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th February in Seminar Theatre 3.

For further information, or details on how to register for a complimentary ticket, click here.

Ancon KSN Anchors

BREEAM Excellent Student Accommodation

3,000 Metres of brick support angle and over 800 windposts have been supplied to the construction of Vine Court, new student accommodation at the University of Liverpool.

The project comprises an East and West block of six and nine storeys respectively and has been designed to be BREEAM Excellent.

Construction of the attractive façade, thought to be the largest brick package awarded in the UK in 2011, involved the support of masonry at every floor level by an Ancon stainless steel support system.

Read more here...

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