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CANADA WATER LIBRARY, LONDON
Acklam Hall - Middlesbrough
Johnstone's Trade Paints - a brand of PPG Industries
Residential Project – Sunbury on Thames
Q-line posted railing for art deco glamour hotel Spain
University Arms Hotel, Cambridge
Station Square Parade, Colchester
Buzon UK Ltd
Old Bailey, London
ACS International School Cobham - Retractable and Removable Seating
Audience Systems Ltd
Mizen Way Cobham
Fishguard Primary School - Balustrade and Handrails
HEWI (UK) Ltd
Easy Glass MOD 0747 stand off balustrade - London private home
Adjustable Paving Supports - Woodbury Close, Finsbury Park
Hilton Garden Hotel Old Trafford
Senior Architectural Systems Ltd
Powder coating replaces Corten to achieve a harmonious finish in an iconic location
Powdertech (Corby) Ltd
Neaco Supplies Major Hospital Balustrade Specification
The Forge, Upton Park
The role of vacuum insulated panels (VIP) in FHS’s ‘world-leading energy efficiency’ goal
Non-Slip Decking | Retirement Apartments
Gripsure (UK) Ltd
Theatre Seating: Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
Race Furniture Ltd
Race Furniture worked closely with Charcoal Blue in order to come up with design proposals that would work in this landmark theatre.
We were asked to supply 40+ boxed chairs where a specific type or design of the chair had to tip up and completely fold into a steel box. The 1,600+ Chavenage chairs were designed to match the Mayflower décor, which celebrates the tradition and heritage of the building, while also meeting the practical needs of a modern theatre.
Part of our brief for this 11-week project was to, remove and replace all of the seats in the stalls and circle with 1,659 brand-new (and wider) seats, reupholster all seats in the balcony and to increase accessibility, with better facilities for people with disabilities.
Race completely refurbished 500 existing traditional chairs by repainting the frames, providing new show wood and re-upholstering the seats and backs.
ORWELL QUAY, Ipswich, UK
Fabric Architecture Solutions Ltd
Persimmon House, one of the largest house builders in the UK, was tasked with creating a landmark housing development overlooking the popular Orwell Quay in Ipswich. However, in order to obtain panning permission, for the development, Persimmon House had to include a proposal for an iconic landmark tensile fabric structure.
The complex tensile fabric structure, measuring 27m x 17m is supported by a powered-coated steel framework – fully engineered for extreme coastal conditions. To facilitate the irregular form of the fabric canopy design, Fabric Architecture undertook the structural design of the entire building. Anchor points were installed in the roof and around the building and tie rods reinforced the structure with connections to first floor balconies and ground level.
RMA Architects worked with the design team at Fabric Architecture to develop the design into a dramatic asymmetric Double Conic tensile fabric structure. The translucent tensile canopy is mounted on a two-storey, flat-roof building, complementing the modern glass-fronted apartments. The tensile fabric structure enhances the contemporary architecture with angled masts of different lengths and caps of different sizes, resulting in a dynamic form.
Contemporary retirement living enhanced with Vandersanden brick slips
Gasholders, Kings Cross
Dating from the 1880's, the 'Triplets' are a trio of interlocking skeletal drums that once held the supplies of Town Gas, which have now been relocated to a site near the Regents Canal; maintaining a link to the district's industrial past. Now containing 145 residences, The Gasholders have earned developer Argent, and Wilkinson Eyre Architects and RIBA London Award 2018 and a RIBA National Award 2018.
Within the Grade II steel framework that was restored at Shepley Engineering’s Yorkshire workshops, the triple glazed and thermally broken aluminium WICLINE window solution provides the occupants with excellent thermal performance and weather resistance, as well as high acoustic control as they look out on the views of the capital. The package was delivered by Italian Project Manager, Frener and Reifer, working in close consultation with WICONA at Ulm in Germany. The world-renowned consultancy, Arup filled the dual roles of façade and structural engineers.
The Facade Engineer on the project for Arup, Rob Buck, commented: “We provided a performance specification to Frener Reifer who then identified WICONA’s WICTEC system as the most applicable to the project’s demands. The WICONA façade system met the stringent thermal requirements which were compounded by the penetrations through the façade to support the balconies and solar-shading systems. The primary façade was installed from the floor plate which avoided the potential of clashing with the Gasholder steel framework.”
Curragh Racecourse, Co. Kildare
AG supplied TerraPave® flagstones in Genoa (Ground and Textured) to internal and external areas of the new grandstand and outer buildings. The internal flags for Phase 2 were Genoa Ground 600×400, manufactured with a square edge. Internally, AG also supplied made-to-order steps with strip inserts and a unique notch to the underside to improve safety.
The external flags were Genoa Textured 600×400, which were used on the external balcony areas of the stand.
“At a site meeting with the client, John Sisk & Sons (main contractor), Grimshaw Architects from London and NMA Architects from Dublin, it became clear that AG were the sole company that could meet all the criteria for all parties,” said Brendan Reynolds, Specifications & Commercial Sales Consultant.
“The original specification was for natural granite, but time, costs and consistency of colour became issues for all involved. AG suggested TerraPave® Genoa, in both textures, to suit the internal and external areas, which matched the colour requirement of the specification. We were also able to provide matching steps to meet Part M Building Regulations and a square edge to the flags, which the client wanted.
“Finally, we were able to agree a production programme which met with Sisk’s requirement to hand over the building in the first week of April 2019.”
Rockfon brings the Wow and the Ssh to Sheffield Hallam Adsetts Library
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