Modern Masonry is a body that seeks to ensure developers and designers, customers and occupants understand the benefits of masonry solutions. Follow us on twitter @masonrymodern
Choosing a non-combustible material is the most effective way of mitigating against risks of fire and safety to occupants...
Masonry construction is formed of factory-produced bricks, blocks and mortar.
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Masonry provides housebuilders and developers with a flexible, adaptable, and proven construction method.
Masonry provides owners and tenants with a high performance home, resistant to fire and flood as well as being energy efficient. Find out more...
Homes that people want to live in. Homes that last. Read our latest report now! Data based on a survey of 2,000 homeowners and tenants. Follow us on twitter @masonrymodern
07 Oct 2018
Better Built in Blockwork is a campaign by Modern Masonry to provide practical guidance on the characteristics, performance and benefits of masonry construction. Modern Masonry are committed to Better Built Housing and this campaign is part of our contribution to achieving high performance, resilient homes for the UK.
28 Sep 2018
Modern Masonry are partnering with The Concrete Centre and UK Construction Week to provide the Better Built Housing Hub, part of the Build Show. This new feature developed by The Concrete Centre and Modern Masonry includes a seminar theatre and exhibits. Come and visit Modern Masonry on stand B252.
10 Sep 2018
We have all experienced one of the hottest summers that the UK has had since 1977 and in its recently published report ‘Heatwaves: adapting to climate change’, the Environmental Audit Committee has called for tougher rules to ensure homes can deal with extreme heat.
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The merits of building in non-combustible materials such as masonry are self evident to most...
An important aspect of building performance is the detailing of construction elements and the junctions between them. Help is available for U-values, thermal bridging at junctions, fire compartmentation and acoustic separation. In many cases, a single detail may be required to satisfy a combination of these needs.