Discover more about Wienerberger, our UK locations and showrooms - and what it’s like to work for the leading provider of wall, roof and landscaping innovations.
Wienerberger is the UK's leading provider of wall, roof and landscaping innovations and the world's largest manufacturer of bricks.
Wienerberger is a leading provider of wall, roof and landscaping innovations.
Our vision, our mission, our values.
In the UK, Wienerberger leads the way - offering over 1000 products and solutions for the complete building envelope.
Wienerberger is the world's largest producer of Bricks and also makes Pavers, Blocks and concrete and clay Roof tiles and accessories.
An introduction to the Wienerberger brands in our portfolio.
A timeline demonstrating the major steps in the development of Wienerberger as a building material solutions manufacturing company.
Wienerberger is a leading provider of wall, roof and landscaping innovations. Watch our corporate video to find out about our quality products, our company values, innovations and how we operate in a sustainable way.
Wienerberger held their first ever Showcase on 16th October 2013 at The Yard, Shoreditch in London. Watch the video to find out more about us.
Read and print out our standard trading terms and conditions for suppliers from this page.
The Wienerberger Brick Award celebrates outstanding architecture in clay. Find out more about past winners, our judges, the beautiful Brick Book series - and how to enter this prestigious competition.
Wienerberger operates across two Head Offices, four showrooms, 14 factories and six ports in UK. Use our map to see where we are and find all the contact details you need.
Find out how to get to our Head Office in Cheadle and access all other essential contact details.
Details of our 14 factories across the UK.
Details of our 5 distribution ports in the UK.
Details of our Northern Showroom in Cheadle, near Manchester in the North West of England.
Details of our Visitor Centre and Showroom in Ewhurst, Surrey.
Details of our London Showroom at The Building Centre.
Details of our Belfast Showroom in Ireland.
Wienerberger employs over 1200 people in the UK. We continue to look towards the future by offering career opportunities in a diverse range of disciplines.
Our employees are key to our success, and we're proud to value and nurture their talent. With their commitment, motivation and initiative, they define the future viability and competitive ability of the Wienerberger Group.
Wienerberger has its own training academy for the development of its staff.
Wienerberger colleagues share their experiences of what it’s like working for a leading provider of wall, roof and landscaping innovations.
At Wienerberger, we’re passionate about recruiting and developing talented young people across our business to increase skills, drive business growth and secure on-going competitiveness.
Take a look at our latest vacancies across the UK and apply online.
Wienerberger considers health and safety to be an important aspect within our organisation that requires continual management focus, supported by both financial and physical resources.
Visit our staff articles section to read interviews, profiles and informative content written by experts and professionals working at Wienerberger.
By John Mercer, Technical Manager at Sandtoft, a Wienerberger brand
By Annette Forster, Director of Marketing at Wienerberger
By Richard Bishop, Category Marketing Manager at Wienerberger
By Richard Bishop, Category Marketing Manager for Roof at Wienerberger
An Article by Joanne Roberts, Category Marketing Manager for Landscape at Wienerberger
An article by John Mercer, Technical Manager at Sandtoft.
An article by Richard Bishop, Category Marketing Manager at Wienerberger.
Hear the individual voices of Wienerberger, with news, opinion and in-depth analysis from key personnel.
By Annette Forster, Director of Marketing
To mark the launch of our all-new solar offering, we’ve been doing a bit of digging to make sure we fully understand people’s knowledge and perceptions of solar technology. Richard Bishop, our Category Marketing Manager for Roof, expands on the findings
By Annette Forster – Marketing Director at Wienerberger
By Stephanie Palmer, Sustainability Adviser at Wienerberger.
By Annette Forster, Director of Marketing at Wienerberger.
By Stephanie Palmer, Sustainability Adviser at Wienerberger
Contemporary and traditional bricks from the world’s largest brick manufacturer – read about our Terca ranges that combine style, texture, colour, size and shape to create inspirational buildings from beautiful homes to large commercial projects.
Discover the latest additions to our extensive brick portfolio, with a range of innovative solutions from Terca, our award-winning wall brand.
See selected ranges from our award-winning brick portfolio in unparalleled detail by visiting the Take A Closer Look platform today.
Take a look at the latest additions to our Brick range.
Wienerberger's Essential Range offers a market leading selection of 52 readily available special shaped bricks.
Four new soft mud bricks have been added to Wienerberger's ever-expanding product offering.
Six new contemporary waterstruck bricks added to the Wienerberger's ever-expanding product offering.
Natural clay brick opens up a world of possibilities. Hardly any other building material offers such a diverse choice of colours, shapes and textures.
Brick needs no introducing. It's been an enduring favourite of the construction industry for well over two thousand years. Find out why.
If you are looking for a cost effective building material - buy bricks
Brickwork is about so much more than your choice of brick.
Do you need help with a brick match? We offer a free brick matching service.
From traditional to contemporary, smooth to rustic, the Wienerberger brick portfolio offers an ideal wall solution for every construction project.
There are three general types of bricks - facing bricks, engineering bricks and common bricks. Learn more about them here.
Handmade bricks by Wienerberger.
Softmud bricks (or stock bricks) are produced using a similar methodology to handmade bricks but on a machine.
Waterstruck bricks are made using traditional methods but are becoming increasingly popular in modern architecture
Engineering bricks are specially made to provide enhanced technical performance.
Reclaimed bricks offer an attractive, aged appearance but come with a degree of uncertainty. Achieve the look with the confidence of using new bricks.
Extruded bricks (wirecut bricks) are a relatively modern brick type that have become very popular over the past few decades.
Brick size is an important design choice. We manufacture bricks in a range of standard sizes and a variety of non-standard options, which includes bricks from our Roman and Megaline ranges, all being used by architects to create impressive new buildings.
When it comes to designing and building with brick, size matters.
When it comes to special brick sizes our Roman range offers some exciting design opportunities to create truly spectacular projects.
The special brick sizes, precise shape and contemporary colours in our Megaline range can produce truly inspiring projects.
Explore our extensive brick ranges from traditional reds, oranges, creams and blues through to London Yellow bricks, or our bespoke palette mixing Colour Fusion range or try our Brick Mix service.
When it comes to brick colours Wienerberger has the widest range to help you achieve the look you desire.
See more information on our glazed bricks with panel images and project shots
With 250 profiles, and cut and bonded specials available in a choice of colours and finishes, Wienerberger stocks the UK's widest range of special bricks.
What are Special Shaped Bricks, our market leading range and manufacturing techniques.
What are Fabricated Special Shaped Bricks? What options are available, why would you use and how are these produced
It's not just our product range that makes it easy, we also offer Special Shaped Brick training and support.
What is our Wienerberger Self-Help microsite, how to find it and the benefits of using it.
This section will help you come to terms with the terminology and processes associated with Special Shaped Bricks
Group AN - angle & cant bricks
Arch & Radial Bricks.
Group BD - bonding bricks
Group BN - bullnose bricks
Group CP - capping and coping bricks
Group PL - plinth bricks
Group SD - soldier bricks
Group SL - brick slips
What are the other Special Shaped Bricks available outside of the British Standard? Here we explain which groups and profiles are available.
Our Specialist Products Team are here to help with any requirements you have whilst using Special Shaped Bricks
We offer the widest range of brick slips available in the UK, with every brick available in slip format, so customers can easily match existing brickwork.
Brick slips are thin sections of brick that replicate the look of conventional brick work.
Brick slips are a quick and cost effective way to replicate the look of conventional brick work.
Wienerberger can provide the widest range of brick slips available in the UK
Wienerberger's eco-habitat box has been designed and developed in partnership with EcoSurv, one of the UK's leading ecological habitat consultancies.
Our range of Wienerberger bat boxes and bird boxes provide much needed habitat for British wildlife.
Learn more about Wienerberger bat boxes and our partnership with EcoSurv.
Here are some interesting facts about bats that you might not know
Our range of bird boxes have been designed to fit seamlessly into buildings and provide a suitable habitat for a wide variety of bird species
Ordering your Wienerberger bat boxes and bird boxes is easy.
Use our online tools or contact technical support for brick queries, or find out more about our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes.
Wienerberger offer free RIBA certified CPD seminars on clay bricks.
Construction Products Regulation (EU) Nr. 305/2011. Enter your numbers and download the apps here.
Grab a sample, it is quick and easy with a number of different options to do so
Your main contacts for technical information on Wienerberger products.
The UK’s first true cross platform brick app helps with brick selection on-site or remotely.
Corium, our unique brick cladding system and alternative to traditional masonry offers the natural beauty of brick and cost-effective fast track installation. Learn more about its potential for today’s construction projects.
Discover Corium, our unique brick cladding system, which combines the natural beauty of genuine brick with cost-effective, fast track installation.
Corium is a unique brick cladding system that combines the natural beauty of genuine brick with cost effective fast track installation.
The Corium brick cladding system offers a wide range of benefits from faster construction speed to a beautiful look.
The beauty of the Corium brick cladding system is in its simplicity to use as well as the outstanding results it can achieve.
The specially designed Corium brick tiles come in a wide range of colours and styles. The only limit is your imagination
Corium brick tiles are far from standard. A wide range of brick specials, including brick arches, are avalable to help you achieve the look you desire
Corium is also an option for off site construction
Use our online tools or contact technical support for facade queries, or find out more about our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes.
The Facades Technical Hub provides easy access to useful advice, documentation and technical tools.
Porotherm, our clay block walling system offers cost savings against traditional blockwork and provides a faster, drier, safer and sustainable building solution for the construction sector. Discover more about this innovative building system.
Discover the latest products and ancillary items from Porotherm, the precise, simple and fast clay block walling system from Wienerberger.
Discover our Porotherm roller and the benefits it offers over traditional trowel usage on traditional masonry.
Porotherm is our precision-engineered clay block walling system designed to provide a faster, dryer, safer and more sustainable building process.
The Porotherm Clay Block Walling System is the UK's latest building trend, offering a faster and drier construction process than traditional masonry.
The reasons behind Porotherm's popularity are clear to see. It's a solid walling material that delivers clear environmental and economical benefits.
Find details of Wienerberger's clay blocks range and access technical data for each product.
Porotherm ZeroPlus mortar is a thin-joint mortar for building with Porotherm from zero degrees - so you don't have to stop in cold weather, saving time and money!
The Porotherm system has its own specific type of wall ties which provide many benefits.
The purpose of the parge coat, how it is applied, and the benefits it offers
Find out more details about the lintels that have been specifically designed for Porotherm
Example of the types of off-the shelf fittings that are available for Porotherm
Amongst the many benefits the Porotherm system brings, time and cost-savings are of major significance.
Building with Porotherm clay blocks makes it possible to plan, build and live according to environmental and long-term economic principles.
Compare the benefits of Porotherm to other materials such as Concrete Masonry, Light Steel Frame, Timber Frame and Aircrete Thin Joint Frame.
Porotherm delivers versatile, high performance, sustainable walls with full technical support at all project stages.
The clear benefits of the Porotherm system to a housebuilder over other materials
The Porotherm system delivers projects efficiently with time and cost savings and full training and technical support – especially on multi-plot projects
A summary of the benefits that the Porotherm system provides for Bricklayers
See how easy it is to use Porotherm in your construction projects in this step-by-step guide and build up to 3 times faster
Use our online tools or contact technical support for Porotherm queries, or find out more about our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes.
The Blocks Technical Hub provides easy access to useful advice, documentation and technical tools about Porotherm.
Visit the Wienerberger Porotherm Discovery Hub microsite for free online support and training with using our clay block system.
The Wienerberger Porotherm Best Practice Guide features a wealth of technical information alongside coherent and pictorial diagrams.
Wienerberger has an established distribution network set up for Porotherm, which cover a variety of areas.
Learn how to build with Porotherm by watching these short step-by-step videos.
Download all the information you need when using Wienerberger's Clay Block Walling System.
Discover the UK’s largest range of roofing tiles and accessories from Sandtoft, Koramic and Keymer. View traditional and contemporary tiles made from natural clay, concrete and recycled slate - that meet design requirements for new builds and renovations
Discover the latest additions to our roof tile range and browse innovative solutions from our leading roofing brands, Sandtoft, Koramic and Keymer.
In the UK our craftsmen have been engaged in the art of clay tile making for over a century.
One range. Many benefits. The Sandtoft New Generation range of highly durable and affordable clay plain tiles.
Find out how Wienerberger is making solar energy simple with complete solutions, delivered, installed, monitored and guaranteed as standard.
Discover the largest and most innovative range of roof tile systems
As a leading industry innovator, we have pioneered many of the advances in roof system design in recent years.
Wienerberger offers a wide range of colours and styles of Roof tile to suit all roof designs.
Colour gives inspiration and aesthetic not only to your roof but to all your external façade.
Clay roof tiles have been used for generations to provide effective, durable and aesthetically beautiful roof designs.
Concrete roof tiles from Sandtoft provide of an unmatched level of quality and consistency, stronger long lasting colours and a rich aesthetic appeal.
Wienerberger's cost effective roof tile slate alternatives benefit from interlocking technology and a larger format.
The Keymer range has been born over many generations, defined by time and mastered by hand.
Sandtoft offers an unrivalled range of natural clay roof tiles, ranging from traditional plain tiles to ground-breaking large format roofing solutions.
The Sandtoft Bridgwater has been designed to satisfy the need for a traditional tapered clay double roman tile, found in the South West of England.
A flat interlocking clay plain tile that uses innovative designs to reduce installation costs and completion times.
The Neo pantile is an open gauge interlocking pantile that has been designed by Sandtoft to make a clay pantile roof easier and quicker to install.
Wienerberger's Olympus roof tile makes the natural beauty and colour permanence of clay more affordable.
Classic pantile shape with the added performance benefit of interlocking weather bars.
The Goxhill is award winning handmade clay traditional plain tile.
A handcrafted clay plain tile. With its lightly sanded texture, irregular form and rustic tones, the Alban plain tile adds charm and character to any roof.
A handcrafted, cross cambered clay plain tile with a lightly sanded finish.
A traditional, cross cambered, machine made clay plain tile. Gives complete design and flexibility and is perfect for complex roofs or vertical cladding.
A traditional clay plain tile with a cross camber, smooth finish and looks that are reminiscent of a sanded tile.
A natural clay plain roof tile with varied colour and texture that creates the appearance of an aged roof from new.
A specialist clay tile with a delicate single roll, Gaelic is ideal for refurbishment or new build work in conservation areas.
Traditional overlapping pantile with a newly aged, secondhand appearance.
A classical handmade pantile made by traditional methods, using long-established craftsmanship and techniques. The Greenwood will soon weather to a mature appearance and is perfect for conservation projects.
A traditional English clay pantile offering beauty by design.
A cost-effective concrete tile that gives a slate-like appearance with all the benefits of modern interlocking tile design.
A large format tile with a double 's' shaped profile
A popular and widely used concrete tile with a small central roll
Large format interlocking concrete tile available in 6 colours
Medium format with a similar profile to the Lindum, and used primarily for renovations
The Concrete Plain tile creates a highly desirable roof and as a design has been used since the 17th Century.
A medium format pantile, the same size as traditional clay pantiles
Dual Calderdale is an interlocking flat concrete tile with an engineered central groove designed to give the appearance of smaller format slates
A mock-bond large format lightweight concrete tile with a thin leading edge.
An interlocking slate like tile with a thin leading edge
Sandtoft's cost-effective slate alternatives benefit from interlocking technology and a larger format, making them ideal for new build residential developments.
Medium format interlocking slate featuring a riven surface and dressed edges
The BritLock is a lightweight, labour efficient, interlocking slate manufactured from over 80% recycled natural slate waste
Introducing Rivius, the newest product in Wienerberger's Sandtoft slate range, it features a riven surface and dressed edges to give it an authentic, natural slate appearance. Made from natural alluvial clay with a tough ceramic finish this unique slate alternative looks like a slate, is natural like slate and yet can be installed for half the price
A large format interlocking clay roof tile that recreates the appearance of a slate roof, providing a highly affordable natural roof covering.
A plain slate alternative to BritLock, made using 80 per cent natural UK slate
Koramic is one of the leading clay roof tile brands in the world, offering 25 different roofing solutions and accessories in a choice of 50 colours.
Machine made traditional plain tile in four smooth faced colours.
A contemporary flat interlocking clay tile
A traditional clay plain tile with Sanded texture, available in a choice of 3 colours
The Flemish 401 pantile combines the aesthetics of a traditional pantile with modern interlocking tile design. The range includes three glazed colours.
Wienerberger's Tempest 44 tile is a small format single Roman clay tile - ideal for refurbishment or conservation projects.
The Modula clay double roman is a New Generation clay tile that brings the ease and speed of installation of a concrete tile, while offering the aesthetics that only natural clay can bring.
The Old Hollow roof tile is ideal for use where you are seeking to create a weathered look and feel to a property. Ideal for barn conversions or to complement reclaimed brick as it provides an authentic weathered appearance.
A contemporary interlocking clay roof tile and cladding solution.
Keymer has been handcrafting tiles and fittings since 1588. Today, as part of the Wienerberger family, it is one of the oldest established roof brands in the UK.
View Wienerberger's new Keymer range of handmade clay roof tiles on a new dedicated website.
Wienerberger offers a comprehensive range of roof accessories, including standard and custom-made tile fixings, decorative ridges and finials.
As a leading industry innovator, our Sandtoft brand has pioneered many of the advances in roof system design in recent years.
Adding character to your roof is easy with the wealth of options Sandtoft offers
Sandtoft dry roofing systems are quick and easy to install. Maintenance is reduced to little more than periodic inspection, with all the traditional problems of mortar bedded fittings being avoided
Sandtoft Dry Verge Systems are easy-to-use and provide a neat, secure and mortar-less finish at roof verges.
The most efficient and effective method of controlling condensation is to provide natural roof space ventilation and to mechanically extract high levels of water vapour at the source.
Sandtoft VPM Classic and Sandtoft VPM Super can be used with all concrete and clay roof tiles and slates, and are suitable for both warm and cold roof designs on any roof shape and building.
The Wienerberger Heritage Service specialises in handmade bespoke roof tiles and fittings, ideal for conservation, restoration or self-build projects.
The Sandtoft Heritage Service is a specialist conservation and restoration service that creates bespoke handmade roof tiles and fittings
Wienerberger's Sandtoft brand can provide bespoke Heritage Service products for bespoke projects
Heritage Service craftsmen combine their extensive knowledge of the properties of clay with the use of computer-aided design (CAD)
All tiles for heritage projects are handmade to ensure the authenticity of colours and textures
Wienerberger Solar Panels have been developed to provide a range of new sustainable energy solutions.
Use our online tools or contact technical support for roofing queries, or find out more about our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes.
The Roof tiles Technical Hub provides easy access to useful advice, documentation and technical tools.
Advice on finding the perfect product which works for your project
Useful answers to the most popular questions about clay tiles
Helpful information about our concrete products
The importance of roof design and its relationship with the external envelope and environment.
An explanation of roof design and terminology
Learn more about Wienerberger’s paving brand, Penter, which offers a wide range of high quality clay pavers and accessories in a choice of colours, textures and patterns, all offering excellent durability and colour retention.
Discover the latest additions to our Paving range and browse innovative solutions from the Wienerberger Penter brand and partners encompassing new styles, textures and sizes.
The laying pattern design is fundamental to the process of the successful laying of clay paving.
ACO: Helping create integrated drainage solutions
Inspiration in clay - the Penter paver range.
Tumbled pavers - create a unique rustic style with an aesthetic alternative to standard clay pavers
Our commercial landscaping range offers versatile and beautiful Pavers for projects of any size, style or complexity; houses, schools, hospitals, hotels museums, town centres and industrial, commercial and retail developments
Explore our extensive range of colours, sizes and blends of Commercial Pavers using our online catalogue.
Manufactured using a refined process, these pavers offer an elegant period style and an unrivalled reputation for durability, strength and character.
Wienerberger's commercial range of paving accessories includes kerbs, deterrent pavers, infill units, ramp systems and custom-made landscaping components.
Our Dutch collection of clay pavers has been created to achieve a new and unique look in larger areas of urban paving.
Our German collection comprises of chamfered clay pavers and waterstruck slim pavers which are unique in the UK
Wienerberger produces four styles of deterrent paver to use with our standard pavers.
A selection of infill units, channel units, step units and ramp systems
Wienerberger offer a choice of kerb profiles and upstand depths to complement their ranges.
Marker pavers are standard paving units that have been developed by Wienerberger for use in a wide range of applications.
We share our customers' passion to create beautifully designed landscapes.
Our Dutch Collection has been created to achieve a new and unique look for Domestic Paving projects.
Under the Penter landscaping brand, Wienerberger provides an unrivalled range of high quality clay pavers, offering excellent durability and colour retention.
Explore our extensive range of colours, sizes and blends of Pavers using our online catalogue.
Wienerberger's range of paving accessories includes kerbs, deterrent pavers, infill units, ramp systems and custom-made landscaping components.
Used for thousands of years in construction worldwide, clay remains the most efficient, cost effective and sustainable solution for modern buildings.
Use our online tools or contact technical support for landscaping queries, or to find out about our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes.
The Pavers Technical Hub provides easy access to useful advice, documentation and technical tools.
Get tips and advice for working with Wienerberger's Penter landscaping solutions with our start to finish online installation and design guide.
The Landscape Institute is the Royal Chartered body for landscape architects
Using a fabric-first approach and uniquely adaptable to the demands of modern living, the e4 brick house combines sustainability, affordability and desirability. Discover more about this award winning housing solution.
Developed alongside global engineering firm ARUP, the Wienerberger e4 brick houseTM is addressing the need for affordable, sustainable housing in the UK.
The Wienerberger e4 brick house is enabling developers, housing providers and local authorities to create sustainable, efficient and future-proofed properties.
The Wienerberger e4 brick house is our complete housing solution named after its four key founding principles of economy, energy, environment and emotion.
The e4 brick house adheres to the guidelines set out by the Code for Sustainable Homes level 4 without renewables.
Flexible and fully scalable to suit changing modern living, the e4 brick house provides a range of financial, environmental and emotional benefits that help deliver a better quality of life.
The e4 brick house provides customers with a choice of materials, configurations, layouts and additional features, to meet diverse customer requirements.
The key elements of the e4 brick house can be applied to virtually any residential new build.
The Wienerberger e4 brick house has been designed to deliver value, both in the short term and the long term, supporting our customers in new build housing.
The first ever Wienerberger e4 brick house, at the BRE Innovation Park in Watford, was the first property in the world to achieve the BRE Home Quality Mark
The inner walls of the Wienerberger e4 brick house are constructed from Porotherm, our revolutionary clay block walling system.
Building Information Management (BIM) is central to the e4 brick house structuring the build process to encourage collaboration and promoting responsiveness and efficiency during the lifespan of the property.
From first brick to last check, the Wienerberger e4 brick house has been designed with Building Information Management (BIM) at the heart of the concept.
Wienerberger e4 brick house developments are managed through a Common Data Environment (CDE), which ensures seamless collaboration from start to finish.
BIM streamlines the design and planning stages of e4 brick house developments and ensures complete compliance with regulation.
How Building Information Management (BIM) can be used in the construction stage of e4 brick houses.
This fabric first approach is proving itself to add value to the e4 brick house and provide a cost effective home.
The first ever Wienerberger e4 brick house was constructed at the BRE Innovation Park in Watford and officially opened by Lord John Prescott in June 2015
The Wienerberger e4 brick house has been proven to deliver an average annual energy bill of less than £230, as well as an FEE rate of 46kWh/m2 per year.
Our Built Environment team offer support at every stage of the process making completion as easy as possible. Register your interest here.
Get more information regarding the Wienerberger e4 brick house by completing our quick online form.
As a leader in the field of BIM, Wienerberger provides a wealth of useful information and access to free-to-download Wienerberger BIM objects for our Bricks, Blocks, Roof tiles and Pavers.
The Wienerberger BIM lab is our extensive online database of free to download BIM (Building Information Modelling) objects built in Autodisk Revit.
An explanation of the different BIM levels
Building Information Management (BIM) can be broken down into 4 distinct topics that are known as the 4 pillars of BIM.
An overview of why PAS1192 prescribes a number of different BIM roles
BIM4M2 is a working group concerned with BIM for manufacturers.
Learn about the BIM Goverment task group
BIM4Housing was set up to support the BIM task concerned with BIM for the housing sector.
The BIM technical hub provides easy access to useful advice, documentation and technical tools.
Need help and advice? Request a visit
Wienerberger have introduced a new CPD course to support the development of BIM skills within UK construction.
Wienerberger has a strong track record of projects in a wide range of market sectors. From extensive use in new build housing and Housing RM & I, to education, healthcare, commercial and other non-housing R&M developments. Find out more here.
Read more about our experience and know-how in the UK’s key construction sectors. Wienerberger is well placed to provide relevant advice and support for new build and renovation projects in these fields
We have a proud history of providing building solutions for commercial developments, including offices, warehousing, retail and leisure developments.
Wienerberger provide materials and services for a wide range of education developments.
Wienerberger provide building materials and services for a wide range of health and care developments.
We provide an extensive range products and services designed to support the implementation of housing repair, maintenance and improvement projects.
We provide building materials and services for a wide range of developments, from social housing and apartment blocks, to large-scale developments and luxury homes.
We provide products and services designed to support and enhance the implementation of repair and maintenance projects for commercial and public buildings.
We approach sustainability with future generations in mind, as we pursue our mission to improve people’s quality of life with outstanding materials for the built environment
Sustainable development is embedded in Wienerberger’s corporate strategy. Find out how this commitment has strengthened our business.
Wienerberger shares knowledge and expertise on sustainability issues through a number of partnership projects
All our products are manufactured with sustainability in mind, achieving an A+ or A rating in the BRE Green Guide and a range of environmental certificates.
A-Z guide of product certificates - what they mean and how to use them
Wienerberger products achieve excellent ratings in the BRE Green Guide
Find out how we manage natural resources including energy, water and biodiversity at our factories.
Find out what happens at our factories
A key aspect of the Wienerberger production sustainability strategy is resource efficiency in the design and manufacture of our products
We’ve committed to reducing our energy consumption by 20% by 2020. Find out how we plan to achieve this.
Reducing carbon dioxide emissions is a central challenge for our future
We adopt a 'reduce, reuse, recycle' approach to water conservation at our factories
Aspiring to become a zero waste to landfill company, Wienerberger is closing the loop at its factories
Wienerberger promote biodiversity at our sites and in the wider community
Our sustainability strategy extends beyond the factory gate
Each Wienerberger factory has a sustainability story to tell
We aim to have a positive impact on local communities, working with our neighbours and promoting responsible business practices.
Find out how certified management systems improve the way we operate
Wienerberger makes a positive contribution to local communities through effective stakeholder engagement and charitable donations.
Explore examples of our sustainability strategy in action.
Staff at Wienerberger’s Broomfleet factory recruited the creativity of students at Newport Primary School to reinvigorate their energy awareness campaign.
6,000 bricks and roof tiles have been donated to a local infant school, less than three miles from Wienerberger’s Ewhurst factory, to create a safe and comfortable space for children to learn and play.