Curator of best in class decorative construction materials to create state of the art architecture and sustainably increase the standards of design and construction in Thailand.
Fire-retardant metal composite materials manufactured by Mitsubishi Chemical Infratrec, the global leader with over 50 years experience in development and manufacture of aluminium composite panels with an industry leading full cover warranty of 20 years.
World leading commercial ceilings under Knauf Ceilings Solutions with more than 150 years of experience, and an industry leading 30 year warranty.
Ventilation and rain defence louvres with ultimate rain defense and light control manufactured by Construction Specialties, Inc. (USA).
Flood barrier systems manufactured by IBS Germany and tested under DIN and EN standards. The flood barrier system is demountable for fast deployment with 100% flood defense.
High Pressure Laminates sourced from Germany and Italy with fire retardant qualities, pattern variety, industry leading unique designs and finishes.
Luxury vinyl tiles (LVT) manufactured by world leading manufacturer – Tarkett. Tarkett LVT are manufactured are phthalate free with best-in-class PUR coating for lifetime no-wax, no-polish characteristics. It comes with 20 year warranty and is 100% recyclable.
BFM's Officer got COVID-19 Vaccine at Vej 1 Stadium, Bangkok Youth Center Thai-Japan on 10th June 2021.
Hello, BFM Club members and fans from Facebook Fan page. In this edition, let’s visit more interesting buildings right here in Thailand. Today we will talk about the one and the only classic international airport where, at one time, the whole nation air traffics were directed from this Bangkok landmark, Don Mueang international airport.
Hello there. We meet again in this “Zoom In” section. In this issue, I am trying hard to tone down this section for our audience because I seem to always be a bearer of bad news ranging from natural disaster, worst building fire, etc.
Sawadee BFM Club members. It has been 5 months after the big flood. We’d like to know how well did you recover from the last one and, more importantly, have you done anything to prepare yourself for the future flood disaster? Never say never. Without sound preventive measures, the loss could be massive when the next one comes around. Let’s follow up from our last edition and continue the discussion about the repercussion of the recent big flood. One may wonder how most of the inundated buildings restore itself after the disaster. What is their progress up till now? Are they back in business? I did some research and volunteered to visit some of those buildings and factories to give you an update of the situation. Many of our case studies have included the buildings with ALPOLIC/fr panels.