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Contemporary balustrade is ideal for apartments

Contemporary balustrade is ideal for apartments

NEACO Ltd

A range of one and two bedroom luxury properties in Huntingdon has become the latest prestigious apartment development to feature Neaco’s contemporary balustrade systems. The four-storey complex includes extensive terrace areas with Neaco’s balustrade combining glass infill panels with aluminium stanchions and rails specified in a grey powder coated finish. In contrast to balustrade with a painted finish, which is prone to flaking, the hard-wearing powder coating ensures that the balustrade retains its aesthetic quality. It also provides low thermal conductivity to prevent handrails from becoming extremely cold to the touch in winter conditions.
Balcony Balustrading - Baltimore Wharf

Balcony Balustrading - Baltimore Wharf

Sapphire Balconies Ltd

Baltimore Wharf remains to date the largest project in Sapphire’s history. We supplied and installed over 10,000 panels for the balustrading and the glass floors for the balconies. The building stretches 450 feet into Canary Wharf’s skyline comprising of 45 storeys containing 366 residential units, a street front café by the water and triple-height penthouse restaurant. The tower has since won the ‘Best Residential High-Rise Architecture’ award from the International Property Awards 2017 and is a landmark for luxury living, featuring proudly in our portfolio.
Glass balustrade maximises river views

Glass balustrade maximises river views

NEACO Ltd

Neaco have supplied a major balcony and balustrade specification for a stunning development of 58 luxury apartments overlooking the River Trent in Nottinghamshire. Handrails and balustrade have been precision-engineered in aluminium featuring a powder coated finish in one of Neaco’s standard metallic colours which combines superbly with tinted toughened glass infills to bring a stylish modern aesthetic to balconies and communal terraces enjoying spectacular views across the river. Neaco’s product range also includes structural glass, adaptive bathing facilities and aluminium grilles for flooring, cladding and solar shading.
MEGA-Grip Balustrade at Waterloo Station

MEGA-Grip Balustrade at Waterloo Station

Pure Vista Ltd

Case study of a Commercial Glass Balustrade in London. Waterloo Station in London is a key transport hub for the city and one of Britain’s busiest train stations with 99.4 million journeys each year.It’s also the largest train station in the UK, with more platforms and floor space than any other. The station is therefore, subject to regular overcrowding during peak times. This also means that any installations or upgrades to the infrastructure require careful consideration. This is to ensure that the improvements meet the appropriate health and safety measures.The client knew that they needed to install a commercial glass balustrade, in central London, so they approached Pure Vista. As specialists in this type of project we were able to provide a suitable solution using our MEGAgrip or BLASTguard balustrade systems. Pure Vista were able to propose two solutions for this project.There were two options, either they could opt for the MEGAgrip balustrade system, a commercial-appropriate system with up to a 3.00kN loading capacity (as specified by UK building regulations BS 6180:2011 for this type of installation). Or, the second option is using BLASTguard, a fortified version of Mega Grip. This has been successfully tested to withstand a bomb blast and is ideal for areas that may be susceptible to terror attacks. Since MEGAgrip can easily be turned into BLASTguard using a simple converter-kit, Waterloo Station opted for MEGAgrip at this installation. However, they do still have the option to convert this into a bomb-resistant system in the future.The pictures below show our MEGAgrip balustrade in situ in Waterloo Station along side train tracks being used as a safety barrier. The sleek looking design fits well with the overall look of the station and blends in nicely with the location. 
Neaco’s balconies and balustrade offer visual appeal

Neaco’s balconies and balustrade offer visual appeal

NEACO Ltd

Neaco have supplied a wide-ranging balcony balustrade and internal balustrade specification at a development of luxury waterside apartments in Guisborough, North Yorkshire. The company’s glass panelled Juliet balconies and bespoke walk-on balcony designs are featured alongside balustrade installed to an interior mezzanine and a communal roof terrace. Handrails and balustrade have been precision-manufactured in aluminium featuring a powder coated finish in one of Neaco’s standard metallic colours. The rails and stanchions combine superbly with tinted toughened glass infills for a stylish modern aesthetic.
Balustrade has enduring appeal at lakeside retreat

Balustrade has enduring appeal at lakeside retreat

NEACO Ltd

A luxury lakeside retreat in North Wales is exemplifying the lasting appeal of Neaco’s balustrade systems, almost ten years after they were installed. In 2009 Neaco’s aluminium balustrade was specified for the external terraces, using glass infills to maximise the spectacular views over Llyn Tegid. This year the property was converted into four self-catering suites featuring a host of new fittings. Much has changed but Neaco’s balustrade – renowned for maintenance-free durability and enduring aesthetic quality – has been retained as an integral feature and specified for a second time on a new balcony.
Balustrade has enduring appeal at lakeside retreat

Balustrade has enduring appeal at lakeside retreat

NEACO Ltd

A luxury lakeside retreat in North Wales is exemplifying the lasting appeal of Neaco’s balustrade systems, almost ten years after they were installed. In 2009 Neaco’s aluminium balustrade was specified for the external terraces, using glass infills to maximise the spectacular views over Llyn Tegid. This year the property was converted into four self-catering suites featuring a host of new fittings. Much has changed but Neaco’s balustrade – renowned for maintenance-free durability and enduring aesthetic quality – has been retained as an integral feature and specified for a second time on a new balcony.
POSI-Glaze Balustrade Installation for a Cornish Pub

POSI-Glaze Balustrade Installation for a Cornish Pub

Pure Vista Ltd

Glass Balustrade in Cornwall: The Stargazy Inn is a luxury restaurant with rooms in Port Isaac, Cornwall.Like many Cornish restaurants, the Stargazy Inn enjoys spectacular sea views and benefits from a terrace where guests and diners can make the most of the stunning location. The down side to having a sea view terrace in Cornwall, is that the wind can make al fresco dining uncomfortable. Cornwall is renowned for its prevailing westerly winds, even in the summer! The Stargazy Inn wanted to create a windbreak for their terrace so the space could be opened up for diners, but they didn’t want the fantastic view to be compromised. They came to Pure Vista for their frameless glass balustrade installation in Cornwall.The best windbreak solution when you have a view is glass balustrade. Glass balustrade in Cornwall in particular, is a popular choice since we enjoy incredible views from most of our coastal hotels and restaurants. Glass, as a material, enables these views to be maximised. The product chosen to fulfill the brief for Stargazy Inn, was Pure Vista POSIglaze; glass balustrade that can sustain force loads of up to 1.50kN, perfect for light commercial applications such as restaurant terrace windbreaks. To find out more about what building regulations require of your glass balustrade project, refer to our building regulations web page. The photos below show just how effective the windbreak is. The height is ideal for people to sit beneath and be able to enjoy the view during dinner. Overall, we think installing a glass balustrade as a windbreak was the perfect solution. Keeping the beauty of the Inn and the landscape while fulfilling the brief from the customer. 
Neaco Supplies Major Hospital Balustrade Specification

Neaco Supplies Major Hospital Balustrade Specification

NEACO Ltd

Neaco have supplied a major balustrades specification at Bradford Royal Infirmary’s new multi-million pound hospital wing. Stairwells, ramps, bridges and void areas feature Neaco’s Spectrum powder coated aluminium balustrade with a variety of infills appropriate to their location, including vertical rails, midrails, glass and perforated mesh. Neaco’s Spectrum range of handrails, balustrade, balconies and structural glass offers a choice of modular components with versatility to suit any design requirement. Available in powder coated aluminium or stainless steel, Spectrum is characterised by smooth, clean lines offering a high architectural aesthetic which is extremely durable and maintenance-free.
Neaco balustrade featured at landmark college development

Neaco balustrade featured at landmark college development

NEACO Ltd

Neaco has supplied an extensive balustrade specification for a landmark development as part of East Riding College’s new Beverley Campus and Environmental Technologies Centre. Architects Jefferson Sheard worked alongside the College and stakeholders in the development of a concept for a modern facility which acts as the face of the institution and concentrates on the Beverley Minster as an inspirational focal point, sense of place and historic context for students and staff. Neaco’s balustrade with glass infills is featured within an impressive atrium space and multi-functional hub presenting a large, welcoming and open space to visitors.
Easy Glass Pro glass balustrade + stainless steel balustrade Q-line – Lancashire apartment development

Easy Glass Pro glass balustrade + stainless steel balustrade Q-line – Lancashire apartment development

Q-railing

A fascinating contrast between authentic stone constructions and modern stainless steel. This apartment development is located in the middle of a leafy area and now features state-of-the-art Q-railing balustrades that empower the its natural looks. The all-glass Juliet balconies are nearly invisible, leaving the attractive stonework on full display. The Easy Glass Pro frameless balcony railings allow for beautiful views of the surroundings. In the interior, Q-railing’s Q-line baluster railing system was installed on the internal staircases.
Stand-off glass balustrade - Conference venue UK

Stand-off glass balustrade - Conference venue UK

Q-railing

Looking as though it were poised to take flight, the Blackburn Wing is a multi-award-winning venue. Glass balustrades on the balconies and runways – created by Q-railing – together with floor-to-ceiling curtain walls allow for stunning unobstructed views of the surrounding woodland. In total, 140 metres of stand-off balustrade were installed, with Easy Glass MOD 0763 glass adapters and stainless steel cap rails.
Glass balustrades for atrium and balcony in luxury villas

Glass balustrades for atrium and balcony in luxury villas

Q-railing

The 61 spacious villas of Raffles Park, a gated community in Bengaluru, India, blend contemporary design with the love of green spaces. The residences make maximum use of natural light, giving you the feeling of living amidst nature. There were clear requirements for the atrium and balcony railings. To create that feeling of being surrounded by nature, maximum transparency and a high safety level were required. The Easy Glass Slim and the rectangular shaped Easy Glass MOD 0763 glass balustrade systems were the perfect fit. Both are quick and easy to install, which means big savings during the installation process.
Balconies & Balustrades for Riverwell, Watford

Balconies & Balustrades for Riverwell, Watford

Sapphire Balconies Ltd

The full Riverwell development in Watford transformed 70 acres of formerly contaminated industrial land into a vibrant and rejuvenated community. When completed, the redevelopment area will include 750 residential units, office, leisure and retail space. As part of the project, the banks of the river Colne were transforming this brown site into a family-friendly living space with access to 4.5 acres of green open space. The project was managed by Kier and Jarvis Contracting and the architect was Lewis & Hickey Architects.
Neaco balustrade called into service at new fire station

Neaco balustrade called into service at new fire station

NEACO Ltd

Improving accessibility has always been a recurring theme in the specification of Neaco’s products and so it proved again when the company’s balustrade systems were called into service for entrance ramps at Humberside Fire and Rescue Service’s new cutting-edge Hull Central Fire Station. Jefferson Sheard Architects sought to design an accessible and welcoming facility to serve the local community. Neaco’s contribution was integral to this objective with aluminium handrails and balustrade to steps and two extensive ramps at the main entrance. The system was also specified with glass infill panels for a first-floor terrace.
Easy Glass Pro glass balustrade - Spanish university building

Easy Glass Pro glass balustrade - Spanish university building

Q-railing

The design of the new University of Gibraltar building emphasises transparency and openness while retaining the integrity of the historic structure. Glazed facades and glass balustrades are positioned in striking contrast with original structures such as brick vaults. Fusing a historic fabric with modern design elements presented numerous challenges. It required close cooperation between Q-railing and the architect. In all the glass balustrade systems, they needed to achieve a demanding resistance parameter, in accordance with British Standards. Q-railing provided the Easy Glass Pro structural glass railing and constructed and tested the balustrade, certifying values required by Building Control.
Villa complex adds Ferric railings and balustrades to apartment balconies

Villa complex adds Ferric railings and balustrades to apartment balconies

HDI Railing Systems

Apartments Case Study. HDI’s Ferric Glass Balustrade and Railing system ends Google’s search for a code compliant pre engineered design. Balustrade,Railing system ,stainless steel,powder coat,pre engineered,design, perforated panel,flat post,stairs, oak cladding,laminated glass,led,handrail,wood handrail,smoke baffle,picket,wire mesh,low iron glass,
Glass balustrade +  Spotlight - Central staircase The Building Centre London

Glass balustrade + Spotlight - Central staircase The Building Centre London

Q-railing

The Building Centre, London’s premier architecture and construction gallery, invited Q-railing to re-design its central staircase. It supplied a staircase balustrade with LED lit handrails and a frameless glass balustrade for the void. John Bonning, the Building Centre’s commercial director said: “We applied glass risers to each solid oak tread, which safely created the same floating stair effect as the original but made the stair compliant with modern building regulations. The materials reflected the quality of the Building Centre, whilst drawing natural light into the lower gallery.”
Curved glass balustrade for Signal Iduna Park football stadium

Curved glass balustrade for Signal Iduna Park football stadium

Q-railing

Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund is the largest stadium in Germany and home to Borussia Dortmund football club. Its shop was replaced by a spectacular new FanWorld, from where not only merchandise and tickets are sold, but also events are hosted and the BVB brand is experienced. The architectural design contributes to the brand experience without overpowering it. Transparency and safety are key. Q-railing’s Easy Glass Slim and Easy Glass 3kN glass balustrades were a solution for both the interior and exterior stairways and balustrades, including curved base shoes, glass and cap rails.
Easy Glass 3kN glass balustrade - Dutch university campus

Easy Glass 3kN glass balustrade - Dutch university campus

Q-railing

Extensive use of glass, and the careful articulation of forms, ensure a wonderful feeling of openness, whatever side you view it from. Q-railing’s Easy Glass 3kN glass balustrade system more than fulfilled the demanding safety requirements while still providing maximum transparency. In total, around 600 metres of glass balustrade were installed alongside stairs and landings. Attractive finishing touches were provided by wooden handrails and base shoes powder-coated in black.
Outstanding new care home features Neaco balustrade and balconies

Outstanding new care home features Neaco balustrade and balconies

NEACO Ltd

Neaco’s structural glass balustrade and Juliet balconies are adding a touch of contemporary style in keeping with the outstanding modern design of a new £6m care home in Brighouse. Providing 61-bed luxury accommodation, Bridge House was designed by SS+A Architects and constructed by Marshall (Building Contractors) Ltd of Elland on behalf of the Fisher Care Group. The collaboration has delivered an exceptional scheme which maximises the elevated views from the spectacular ridge-top site. Neaco’s structural glass balustrade was specified for external terraces and the roof garden, enabling residents to take in the panoramic outlook.
Neaco handrails and balustrade featured at award-winning scheme

Neaco handrails and balustrade featured at award-winning scheme

NEACO Ltd

Neaco’s contemporary handrails and balustrade have contributed to an award-winning development at the new Barker’s Furniture Store in Northallerton. Designed by SP&Architects and constructed by Wharton Construction Ltd, the store’s mixture of new build and refurbishment won Best commercial building/scheme in the North & East Yorkshire region at Local Authority Building Control (LABC) Building Excellence Awards 2016. Neaco’s Quad stanchion was specified with tubular toprails and toughened glass infills to provide a contemporary solution on an internal stairway and mezzanine floor.
HDI’s Kubit post balustrade system installed at Lee Health Facility

HDI’s Kubit post balustrade system installed at Lee Health Facility

HDI Railing Systems

‘Corporate Case Study - HDI’s Kubit post balustrade system selected for Lee Health search for a pre engineered design. Balustrade,Railing system ,stainless steel,powder coat,pre engineered,design, perforated panel,flat post,stairs, led,handrail,wood handrail,smoke baffle,picket,wire mesh,low iron glass,
Education Science Facility selects Optik railing and balustrade system

Education Science Facility selects Optik railing and balustrade system

HDI Railing Systems

Education Science Case Study - HDI’s Optik Shoe system ends designers search for a floating glass code compliant design. Balustrade,Railing system ,stainless steel,powder coat,Shoe system,boss system,floating,structural,laminated,tempered,led,handrail,wood handrail,smoke baffle,glass,design,code compliant,performance criteria achieved.
School selects Kubit railing and balustrade system for the main staircase

School selects Kubit railing and balustrade system for the main staircase

HDI Railing Systems

Corporate Case Study - HDI’s Kubit Stainless Steel Glass system a winner for busy school stairs. Balustrade,Railing system ,stainless steel,powder coat,pre engineered,design, perforated panel,flat post,stairs, oak cladding,laminated glass,led,handrail,wood handrail,smoke baffle,picket,wire mesh,low iron glass,
Easy Glass Slim glass balustrades for Lake District boutique hotel

Easy Glass Slim glass balustrades for Lake District boutique hotel

Q-railing

The Brimstone is a luxury boutique hotel. It is located in the beautiful Lake District, and their view of the famous Langdale Pikes would be difficult to beat. In order to provide a clear view of the countryside, the balconies of the rooms and suites were fitted with Q-railing's Easy Glass Slim all-glass balustrades. The railing system's large glass expanses, maximising light and visibility, plus unbeatable quality and safety, made it the obvious choice. A total of 116 metres of glass balcony balustrades were installed in just 2 weeks.
Easy Glass Slim outdoor glass balustrade for Luxembourg apartment buildings

Easy Glass Slim outdoor glass balustrade for Luxembourg apartment buildings

Q-railing

The 10 apartment buildings of the Cerisier Residences development in Bertrange, Luxembourg are surrounded by green spaces. The balconies with glass railings make for a stunning, modern appearance. Q-railing’s Easy Glass Slim glass balustrade system was identified as the perfect fit. It's extremely cost-efficient, since it is quick and easy to install – an important factor, given that more than 1,600 metres of glass balustrade were required for outside balconies and penthouse roof terraces.
Fishguard Primary School - Balustrade and Handrails

Fishguard Primary School - Balustrade and Handrails

HEWI (UK) Ltd

At Fishguard Primary School HEWI provided a safe environment for the children whilst blending aesthetically with the theme of the building. Coloured polyamide was chosen for the main staircase with clear safety glass infll, soft touch door handles where used throughout. Externally, Circum satin finish grade 316 stainless steel was chosen for all areas, including access ramps and steps from the car park, with post mounted handrails and perforated stainless steel infll. Safety glass panels, in clear and 5 differing colours was used on a balcony. Matching perforated stainless steel infll panels were incorporated on stairs.
Easy Glass Pro outdoor glass balustrade - Amsterdam rooftop garden

Easy Glass Pro outdoor glass balustrade - Amsterdam rooftop garden

Q-railing

The vibrant city of Amsterdam has a stunning new architectural highlight. Discover De Boelelaan, a modern building containing both residential and office space. The feature that really sets it apart is a magnificent rooftop garden. Safety barriers are an essential feature. Q-railing’s Easy Glass Pro glass balustrade system offers maximum transparency with the highest standards of safety. In this case, the balustrade is frameless, with a minimalist U-shaped stainless steel Q-railing profile on top. The 245 metres of glass railing also provide a useful wind break.
Square Line 60x30 stainless steel balustrade + handrail lighting for London pontoon

Square Line 60x30 stainless steel balustrade + handrail lighting for London pontoon

Q-railing

The sides of the pontoon, bridge and ramp at Battersea’s river boat service required ultra safe balustrades. These had to be a natural fit to the industrial environment. The Square Line 60x30 stainless steel balustrade perfectly suited the job. Its stainless steel posts were welded to the pier for extra robustness, and toughened glass infills of 10 mm thick were added. The Q-lights Spotlight LED system was invisibly embedded in the handrails for extra safety at night. The industrial looking stainless steel elements of the Square Line 60x30 system add to the appearance of the pier.
Easy Glass MOD 0747 stand off balustrade - London private home

Easy Glass MOD 0747 stand off balustrade - London private home

Q-railing

St. Elmo is a newly built private residence located in Epsom, London. The architects contacted Q-railing to inquire about a glass railing that would allow maximum light into the master bedroom and enable uninterrupted views of the garden. Q-railing recommended a fascia mount balustrade on the balcony using its Easy Glass MOD 0747 stand-off railing system and a 40 x 40 mm cap rail. The internal staircase is equipped with Q-railing’s 42.4 mm stainless handrails and MOD 0148 off-set stainless brackets. Outside, the elegant Easy Glass Pro glass balustrade was installed.
Soild Wall Balustrades at Ocean Estate, London

Soild Wall Balustrades at Ocean Estate, London

Sapphire Balconies Ltd

Ocean Estate was once one of the country’s most deprived neighbourhoods and the scheme aimed to rejuvenate the area into a safe pleasant place to live. Balconies on this project were unique with the use of aluminium panel not only to the sides of the balcony but in the front too. This provides additional privacy and security to residents while maintaining the added light and views offered by the laminate glass panels.
Emirates Stadium: barrier fencing, security screening, balustrading and wall cladding.

Emirates Stadium: barrier fencing, security screening, balustrading and wall cladding.

Lang+Fulton

Lang+Fulton products were used extensively at The Emirates Stadium for Arsenal FC as barrier fencing, security screening, balustrading and wall cladding. The Arezzo-25 fence panels with a 76x25mm aperture were supplied with the flat bars running horizontally in order to take a loading requirement of BS6399 – 1:1996. This guaranteed its suitability for use as a barrier fence for the crowd control areas surrounding the Emirates. Alternative fixing methods combined with the versatility of the panels created continuity of design throughout the varied applications within the project.
Google corporate building featuring HDI Optik Shoe Balustrade and Railing System

Google corporate building featuring HDI Optik Shoe Balustrade and Railing System

HDI Railing Systems

Corporate Case Study HDI’s Optik Shoe system ends Google’s search for a floating glass design. Balustrade,Railing system ,stainless steel,powder coat,Shoe system,floating,structural,laminated,tempered,led,handrail,wood handrail,smoke baffle,glass,design’
Easy Glass Max decking glass balustrade - Amsterdam tower rooftop

Easy Glass Max decking glass balustrade - Amsterdam tower rooftop

Q-railing

The A’DAM Tower is a well-known landmark in Amsterdam, the building rises to almost 100 metres and provides views over the whole city. Its renovation involved adding a glass balcony balustrade around the rooftop terrace. Q-railing agreed the use of the Easy Glass Max system with architect OeverZaaijer Architecture (OZ). This high-grade glass balcony railing solution can cope with line loads in excess of 5 kN/m, with modern looks and maximum transparency. OZ were immediately convinced that Easy Glass Max was a perfect fit. In total, 110 metres of railing were installed.
Bespoke balconies and balustrade bridge the aesthetic divide between traditional and contemporary

Bespoke balconies and balustrade bridge the aesthetic divide between traditional and contemporary

NEACO Ltd

The multi-million pound UK headquarters of TPP (The Phoenix Partnership) in Leeds was purpose-built by contractors ISG and designed by Bowman Riley Architects. The frontal elevation of traditional Yorkshire stone with pitched tiled roofing contrasts to a rear façade featuring a contemporary appearance with extensive curtain walling. neaco supplied bespoke balconies and external balustrade to both sections, combining traditional-style railed infills with a contemporary twist in the form of tapered flat-bar stanchions with laser-cut holes. This combination has achieved design consistency across the building whilst harmonising with the contrasting aesthetics of the front and rear.

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