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The Pipeline Industries Guild
Providing a voice for the Pipeline Industries to share best practice and technological developments.
British Coatings Federation
The British Coatings Federation (BCF) is the sole trade association for the decorative, industrial and powder coatings, printing inks and wallcoverings manufacturing industry in the United Kingdom.
Railway Industry Association
The Railway Industry Association is the Trade Association for UK-based suppliers of equipment and services to the world-wide industry. It has around 140 member companies, active across the whole range of railway supply.
Achilles works to identify, qualify, evaluate, and monitor suppliers on behalf of major organisations worldwide. We build and support buyer-supplier communities in many industry sectors, creating unique and powerful global networks.
Association for Specialist Fire Protection
Pioneering fire protection through innovation and professionalism.
The European Liquid Waterproofing Association
Founded in 1979, ELWA aims to raise awareness of the technical and financial benefits of specifying liquid-applied waterproofing systems and to establish product and installation standards to ensure that optimum performance is achieved.
The Royal Institute of British Architects
The Royal Institute of British Architects is the UK body for architecture and the architectural profession. We provide support for our 40,500 members worldwide in the form of training, technical services, publications and events, and set standards for the education of architects, both in the UK and overseas.
British Board of Agreement
Since 1966 Agrément Certificates have been providing invaluable information on the performance of new construction products and materials.
The Drinking Water Inspectorate
DWI is responsible for assessing the quality of drinking water in England and Wales, taking enforcement action if standards are not being met, and appropriate action when water is unfit for human consumption.