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The Hepworth Gallery - Cafe and Education Areas of this Prestigious Gallery Include Stainless Steel Sinks, Worktops, Panels and Cabinet from GEC Anderson Limited

The Hepworth Gallery - Cafe and Education Areas of this Prestigious Gallery Include Stainless Steel Sinks, Worktops, Panels and Cabinet from GEC Anderson Limited

Anderson, GEC Ltd

GEC Anderson’s stainless steel worktops, sinktops, doors and splashbacks have been chosen for the modern Café Bar at The Hepworth Wakefield art gallery in West Yorkshire, for their contemporary and accurate appearance as well as their hygienic qualities associated with food service. The stunning building is formed of ten different sized trapezoidal blocks constructed using pigmented, self-compacting concrete and recently listed in The Times ‘Top 50 Galleries in the World’. The continuous stainless steel worktop installed behind the main serving counter of the Café Bar incorporates sinks, plinth, cupboards doors and splashbacks, all in brushed satin stainless steel.
ROOFBOX™ - University accommodation

ROOFBOX™ - University accommodation

Nicholson STS Ltd

This project used 54 ROOFBOX™ cabinets and kerbs to house many duct and ventilation penetrations across two roofs.
GEC Anderson Outdoor Kitchen

GEC Anderson Outdoor Kitchen

Anderson, GEC Ltd

A recent example of an outdoor kitchen, that includes a single-piece worktop with integrated sink. Stainless steel base cabinets and special lowered section to receive BBQ unit. Architect: Jonathan Freegard
The Natural Touch

The Natural Touch

Lundhs AS

Stone: LUNDHS Royal® - silk/leather surface.The beautiful combination of natural stone, blue cabinets and oak details makes this one of our all-time favorite kitchens.
SieMatic S2 SLG Family Kitchen

SieMatic S2 SLG Family Kitchen

SieMatic Holding GmbH

An extensive refurbishment to this family home included this beautiful open plan kitchen. The contrasts of the sterling grey, the graphite of the island and the stainless steel of the Gaggenau fridge, freezer and wine climate cabinet compliment each other very well in the light airy room.
Manchester Civil Justice Centre

Manchester Civil Justice Centre

AET Flexible Space

Nicknamed the “Filing Cabinet” because of the cantilever floors at the end of the building, the services were selected by Mott MacDonald as a versatile mixed mode ventilation system to ensure maximum value from free cooling and its capacity to be reconfigured easily and quickly. The building holds 25 awards for sustainability and innovation.
Newhaven ERF-Control rooms

Newhaven ERF-Control rooms

Mero-Schmidlin (UK) plc

Non combustible Calcium sulphate type 6 panels were used to reduce any risk of fire spread. Under-structure was changed to our Type 2 system that has an integral frame system to support switch gear, HV cabinets. This C profile stringer system is unique to us.
Barrisol Acoustics® - Network Rail Headquarter - United Kingdom

Barrisol Acoustics® - Network Rail Headquarter - United Kingdom

Barrisol

The aim of this project, designed by architects « cabinet GMW », in Milton Keynes, was to renovate the workplace with giving it new modern offices, in accordance with the dynamism of the company. These new offices, planned to welcome up to 3000 staff, provide a natural sound comfort thank to Barrisol® microacoustic White matt.
City Gate House, London

City Gate House, London

AET Flexible Space

Underfloor air conditioning was supplied to create a high level of air conditioned comfort for this height restricted, densely occupied building. CAM-C units were adapted specifically for this project as the client required return air at high level, but was unable to adopt the CAM-V system due to noise levels exceeding the specification and no room to install a silencer unit. The CAM's were also enclosed in custom built stainless steel cabinets.
Heartlands Hospital - NHS Birmingham

Heartlands Hospital - NHS Birmingham

WorkSpace Design

WorkSpace was selected by the main contractor, Interserve, to manufacture and install the laboratory fitted work surfaces, cabinets and shelving within this new £8m pathology unit at Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham. This package included the design and manufacture of custom lab benching, support frames and service ducts. The new facility also provides specialist testing across the region for diseases such as Tuberculosis, cervical cancer, HPV, chlamydia and MRSA. Lord Carter of Coles and Trust Chairman, Lord Philip Hunt unveiled a plaque to mark the occassion.
Leisure | Denbigh Leisure Centre

Leisure | Denbigh Leisure Centre

Venesta Washroom Systems Ltd

“All of this has happened as a result of increased demand and, as a service, we are delighted to be able to meet the growing needs of our customers and continue to provide excellent facilities for the communities that we serve.” - Councillor Huw Jones, cabinet member. Due to increased public demand, the existing washroom area had become worn-out from heavy usage. Denbigh Leisure Centre specified Fusion cubicles to withstand high volumes of traffic on a daily basis, to be hygienic, resistant to water and vandalism, and finished in a smart, bright colour to maximise space.
Bruynzeel Museum storage: Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum

Bruynzeel Museum storage: Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum

Bruynzeel Storage Systems Ltd

The museum extended space to house the museum collection and to enable more items to be viewed by the public. Bruynzeel created a multifunctional space, allowing the opportunity for research, display and storage in an open archive gallery. A display and storage area was created that enabled the public to browse a variety of exhibits, as well as be easily accessible for staff to change and update displays. A high density on-site repository is provided, utilising Sysco®, Compactus® mobile shelving and picture racking, combined with cabinets that are straightforward for staff to operate, while remaining secure and tamper-proof.
Air conditioning technology Clima-Tect®

Air conditioning technology Clima-Tect®

BASF Plc Basotect® Acoustic Melamine Foam

Rooms in computing centers with network cabinets are often fitted with false floors to accommodate the cabling. Through openings in the floors the cables are routed upwards. However, the cold air for cooling the servers escapes through these openings. With Clima-Tect®, these openings can be closed. Prepunched rectangles in the foam panels make it easier to pull out the cable openings so that the foam fits perfectly around the cables. Since Basotect® can be processed fiber-free, the sealing cushions can be installed while work is in progress.
SieMatic S2 Remodelled Home

SieMatic S2 Remodelled Home

SieMatic Holding GmbH

This SieMatic S2 kitchen sits in a recently remodelled contemporary home. The large extension gives an abundance of light to the open plan living area whilst the kitchen occupies part of the original structure. Using a mixture of graphite grey high gloss and titan pine laminate cabinets, Glacier White Corian work surfaces help to balance the darker area with the new bright living space. The result is a surprisingly light and airy kitchen set around a large, dominant central island with seating on one side. The use of Miele appliances and a downdraft extractor finishes off this room well.
Schoen Clinic  - London

Schoen Clinic - London

WorkSpace Design

Family-owned German hospital group Schoen Clinic opened their first private medical facility located on Wigmore Street, London. The clinic includes 39 en-suite inpatient rooms across three top floors of the building, along with consultation rooms, therapy and office space on the first floor, and three theatres located in the basement. Our scope of work included bespoke joinery with Corian® worktops and sinks, a mixture of base and wall units with integrated glove and apron dispensers, IPS systems, lockable drugs cabinets and curtain tracks.
Nightingale Birmingham Hospital

Nightingale Birmingham Hospital

WorkSpace Design

The 175,000 sqm NEC venue in Birmingham was converted into a temporary 4,000 bed emergency hospital for Covid-19 patients. The hospital was officially opened by the Duke of Cambridge on the 16th April. The initial phase deadline was met in just 13 days and handed over on the 10th April 2020. The hospital was initially able to hold 496 beds divided into four wards with the potential to be immediately increased to 800 if necessary. WorkSpace Design supplied a range of different RapidWard products including handwash stations, cabinets, worktops, HTM storage units to name a few. This unprecedented project required agile thinking and dedication from all the teams that were involved. The critical nature of the project strengthened collaboration between the project partners, allowing us to ensure we met and addressed the evolving needs of the project.
Nightingale North West

Nightingale North West

WorkSpace Design

Working alongside BDP and Vinci Construction, we assisted with the fitout of the 750 bed hospital. This project took up to 1,000 people working 24-hours a day to from start to finish. The entire project was completed in less than 13 days – a real testament to the hard work that was put in from people at every level across the construction industry. Officially known as Nightingale Hospital North West, the facility was created to treat coronavirus patients from across the region who did not require intensive care but still needed treatment. This then relieved pressure and freed critical care beds in existing hospitals. The venue is part of Manchester Central’s exhibition and conference complex. The building’s main hall was divided into 18 wards with a total floor space of 14,500m2. We manufactured and installed nurse bases, handwash stations, worktops, clinical cabinets and racking from our RapidWard range. The furniture’s unique mobile design allowed for a rapid, easy installation for the team on site.
Splashbacks, Hampstead

Splashbacks, Hampstead

Anderson, GEC Ltd

Stainless steel splashbacks, by GEC Anderson, were recently deployed in an apartment kitchen, overlooking London’s Hampstead Heath. The specification was a little challenging due to the shape and size of the required pieces. In particular, the curved corner within the kitchen gave the project very much a one-off feel. Rather than merely being an internal feature, the curve follows the outer form of the brick building.The subtle blend of colours exudes calmness but does not appear cold. This is probably due to the lighting as well as the contrasting colours in the adjacent spaces, notably, the red bench seating but also the dark bookshelf that also follows the curvature of the room.The stainless steel splashbacks were made to measure, to precisely suit the design and requirements and were produced in GEC Anderson’s standard brushed satin finish. Measuring and installation was also undertaken by GEC Anderson.GEC Anderson (founded in 1962) specialise in purpose made stainless steel sinks, worktops, cabinets, shelving and splahsbacks. Their products have been specified in a great number and variety of projects, ranging from residential kitchens to commercial and public spaces, including health, education, infrastructure, retail, offices and the arts.
STUNNING NEW NORTH-WEST YOUTH ZONE REFLECTS WELL ON GEC RANGE

STUNNING NEW NORTH-WEST YOUTH ZONE REFLECTS WELL ON GEC RANGE

Anderson, GEC Ltd

Mirrors from the wide range of stainless steel products offered by GEC Anderson have been included within a striking new facility developed for the young people of East Manchester, enhancing both the aesthetics and the safe operation of the building. The £6.6milion HideOut Youth Zone, built by Domis Construction on the old Gorston baths site in the Hyde district of the city, is based upon the successful OnSide Youth Zones 21st Century Youth Facility Model. The development of the centre, which is expected to attract some 1,600 young people each week, was supported by local philanthropist, Fred Done, and Manchester City Council.  In total, 16 of the 1000 x 500 mm highly polished, 1mm thick stainless steel mirrors were supplied for both the general and accessible washroom areas. Widely used in public toilets and sports facilities, the mirrors’ tough, unbreakable nature will both enhance long term maintenance implications and negate the injury risk presented by glass alternatives. Lisa McFarlane, a Director at the Manchester based lead consultants, Seven Architecture, commented: “We were keen to design a truly iconic building for the young people of East Manchester; to give them a real sense of pride and ownership. It’s fantastic to see so much support for the scheme. This is the second Youth Zone we have been involved in designing in the region, with another due to get under way soon in Warrington.  With this being a design and build project, the final specification lies with the main contractor, but stainless steel was preferred for the mirrors as a health and safety consideration, basically being a robust but attractive material.”Since its formation in 1962, GEC Anderson has built its reputation for the supply of top end stainless steel sinks and sanitaryware on a combination of innovative design, top quality materials and expert craftsmanship. In addition to the company’s Decimetric system of cabinets, sinks, drainers and other equipment - widely specified for sectors including health and catering - the company’s custom engineered solutions have been selected for some of the country’s top sports, entertainment and leisure destinations. Adam Farricker, Chief Executive of HideOut Youth Zone expressed his enthusiasm for the outcome saying: “A huge thank you to all of HideOut’s supporters for believing in this charity and for having the vision and determination to make it happen for Manchester’s young people. Their generous support will make a huge difference to the lives of young people and the wider community in East Manchester.”
Edith Neville Primary School, Camden

Edith Neville Primary School, Camden

Anderson, GEC Ltd

The fit-out of a new primary school building in North-West London has featured the installation of half a dozen different configuration of high quality stainless steel work-surfaces within its teaching, staff and family areas, specified for their durability and visual appeal as well as the creation of hygienic, easy to clean and maintain facilities.The Edith Neville Primary School in Camden has been built by Orpington based Neilcott Construction for the London Borough of Camden with Hayhurst and Co. Architects leading the design team. Project Architect, Jamie Wakefield, commented: “I had seen GEC sinks on another project and we specified them as part of a full Stage 4 design for the Edith Neville Primary School, which has been built for the London Borough of Camden. Schools inevitably get some very heavy usage, but with stainless steel it is easy to clean the surfaces up and get them looking smart again and they’ll still look good in ten years’ time. The different GEC fabrications feature throughout the new school as classroom art sinks, tea-point countertops and in spaces such as the family centre. There is also one in the staff kitchenette and a special studio space. We’re very pleased with how they look and they are working well for the school.”The many and varied units supplied by G. E. C. Anderson include a total of 16 in varying sizes from 1440mm long x 600mm deep and up to 3073mm long x 650mm deep, all with flat surfaces for food preparation and stacking dishes, including ten units supplied with one full size sink and six with a full sink together with half sink, plus three with cut out for cooker hobs, while 300mm high splashbacks- again in stainless steel, help prevent water or waste material staining or damaging the walls. The tops also incorporate five different edge details for such purposes as preventing water run-off.Since its formation in 1962, GEC Anderson has built its reputation for the supply of top end stainless steel sinks and sanitaryware on a combination of innovative design, top quality materials and expert craftsmanship. In addition to the company’s Decimetric system of cabinets, sinks, drainers and other equipment - widely specified for sectors including health and catering – it is able to create custom engineered solutions to exactly fit any space or specification.
Tudor Hall School, Food Tech Room

Tudor Hall School, Food Tech Room

Anderson, GEC Ltd

The creation of an ultra-modern Teaching Building as a new core to a long established school in Oxfordshire, has included the installation of custom designed and manufactured stainless steel sinks, worktops and splashbacks and other units from GEC Anderson for several of the different technical spaces.The Tudor Hall School, originally founded in 1850 by the Rev TW and Mrs Todd at a site in Salisbury, has been at its present location at Wykham Park in Banbury since World War II, while the past decade has seen some £15 million invested in ensuring the Independent Girls Boarding and Day School offers the best possible facilities.The Birmingham office of ADP Architects has been responsible for the design work on this latest project, while Clegg Construction Ltd of Nottingham was the main contractor carrying out the work. Acting as a specialist sub-contractor, GEC Anderson conducted site visits and liaised with the project team in order to ensure its custom fabrications met the schools’ health & safety as well as technical and teaching requirements. The manufacturer also worked closely with Tudor Hall’s Bursar, Neil Farquhar to ensure its site installation visits in no way interfered with the academic activities as lessons continued throughout normal term time. One of the architects involved with the project from early on commented: “The GEC Anderson sinks, work-surfaces and other fabrications were specified for the Food Technology Area as well as units for the Ceramics and Textiles rooms. The new centre opened on schedule last Easter in time for the start of the 2018 summer term and everyone involved has been pleased with the results.”A spokesperson for Tudor Hall added: “The new Teaching Centre is the largest and most ambitious addition to Tudor Hall facilities to date and sits at the heart of the school site. Designed to provide teaching spaces for the core subjects of Mathematics and English and specialist classrooms for the creative arts, the Teaching Centre transforms the teaching provision which Tudor Hall offers and we are delighted to have it operative, and we are already witnessing its impact.” Since its formation in 1962, GEC Anderson has built its reputation for the supply of top end stainless steel sinks and sanitaryware on a combination of innovative design, top quality materials and expert craftsmanship. In addition to the company’s Decimetric system of cabinets, sinks, drainers and other equipment - widely specified for sectors including health and catering – it is able to create custom engineered solutions to exactly fit any space or specification.
Humidity Keeps the Spiders Happy at ZSL London Zoo

Humidity Keeps the Spiders Happy at ZSL London Zoo

Condair Limited

Condair has supplied a Condair CP3 Mini steam humidifier for the “spider nursery” at ZSL London Zoo. The compact wall-mounted humidifier provides up to 4kg of steam per hour to the atmosphere, with its built-in fan unit. This is sufficient to maintain the ideal air humidity of 70%RH, as the arachnids would have enjoyed in their indigenous habitats from around the world.Dave Clarke, ZSL’s Head of Invertebrates, comments, “Most of our spider species come from tropical forest, where the humidity is naturally high. If the atmosphere is too dry in their holding area, they would be unhealthy, unlikely to breed, and have particular difficulty in moulting their exoskeletons.”“Our spiders include the cosmotropical Huntsman spider, Mexican red-kneed spider (one of the large bird-eating, or so-called “tarantula” spiders), rare Desertas wolf spiders and Peacock Parachute spiders. The latter two are part of European Breeding Programmes, so the humidification system is playing an important role in helping us protect these threatened species.” Dave continues.“Having worked with Condair since 2008, we now rely on their steam humidifiers, which we find both efficient and easy to use. They are particularly important for our irreplaceable populations of endangered species, for example our Polynesian tree snails, many of which are now sadly extinct in the wild.” Dave concludes.The Condair CP3 Mini is ideal for small areas such as London Zoo’s spider nursery, due to its built-in fan unit and user-friendly design. The humidifier has a discrete fan incorporated into the top of its cabinet to disperse the steam into a room. This makes the humidifier very compact and is unlike most other humidifiers of its type, which are supplied with an additional bolt-on fan unit element.The CP3 Mini installed at the Spider Nursery has exposed drain and electrical connections, but it can be installed with rear entering services, to avoid visible pipes and cables. This makes the system ideal for public areas or offices, which want an attractive and discrete humidity control solution.ZSL London Zoo is the world’s oldest scientific zoo, having been formed in 1828 for scientific study and then opened to the public in 1847. The zoo has the UK’s first ever walk-through spider exhibit, where visitors can even pose for a pic with golden orb spiders, in their one metre webs, with the help of a “Spider Selfie” mirror. The zoo also operates a very successful arachnophobia curing programme, where spider-haters can be turned into spider-lovers, leaving the zoo with a new-found appreciation for arachnids.
Condair humidifiers at the National Army Museum

Condair humidifiers at the National Army Museum

Condair Limited

Condair has recently supplied and installed three Condair RS resistive steam humidifiers to maintain the humidity around the exhibits and archives at the National Army Museum in Chelsea, London.Optimum environmental conditions are required to ensure the perfect preservation of military artefacts that are made of a wide range of materials, some of which date back to the English Civil War.Mike O’Connor, Deputy Director at the National Army Museum, commented, “Precise climate control in our galleries and stored collections, across both temperature and humidity, plays an important role in preserving the nation’s military heritage. Our collections include an array of exhibits, from the cloak Wellington wore at Waterloo and Lawrence of Arabia’s dagger to modern day grenade launchers and drones. Metals, textiles, wooden objects and paintings can all be affected by high or low humidity, so a stable environment ensures longevity and avoids costly restoration work.”The three Condair humidification systems were installed in weatherproof enclosures on the roof of the museum as part of its recent £24M refurbishment project. As well as resisting the London weather, the Condair enclosures incorporate a heater and fan unit to ensure the internal conditions remain within the humidifier’s recommended operating range. So, just as the humidifiers help the museum preserve its exhibits, likewise the enclosures do the same job for the humidifiers.The Condair RS resistive steam humidifier is the ideal choice for heritage applications due to its responsive control and innovative scale management system. It can operate on mains water, as it is at the National Army Museum, and provide ±3%RH control, or on RO water and offer a close ±1%RH control. A humidifier that gives rapid response and close humidity control is important for museums that can be empty one minute and full of tourists in from the rain the next.A patented scale management system on the Condair RS allows in-house maintenance teams to undertake routine scale removal, safely and quickly, without even needing to open the humidifier’s main cabinet. A scale collector tank is located under the boiling chamber, into which scale falls during operation. Scale removal is a simple process of draining the unit with the push of a button, disconnecting the cooled collector tank and emptying it.The National Army Museum is the leading authority on the British Army and its impact on society past and present. It displays thousands of pieces across five themed galleries with a special temporary exhibition gallery, event space, a café and children’s area, Play Base. Admission is free to the permanent galleries and the Museum is open to the public between 10am and 5.30pm, daily.

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