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A sensitive steel window restoration preserves the character of this delightful 1930s home

Clement Windows Group

Not surprisingly the owners of this property wanted double glazing but it was essential that the look of their character house was retained. Clement EB24 steel windows have been conceived to do just that so they were chosen as the best replacement product for this project. The 24mm double glazed unit had 18mm marginal oval leads applied skilfully to the inside and outside of the outer pane to replicate the unique leaded light look but creating a much more thermally efficient window. The frame colour was matched with RAL 9010 white, complemented with dark bronze effect handles and peg stays.

Stunning Gothic style building rejuvenated with EB24 steel windows

Clement Windows Group

Virgo Fidelis Convent School was founded in 1848. The beautiful Gothic style, club head windows with feature tear drops are a main feature of the building. The original single glazed windows were made from cast iron, offering very poor thermal performance and minimal security. After 100 years the time had come to replace them. Project managers Synergy Construction & Property Consultants were seeking a window system that could not only replicate the original design but would also meet modern performance criteria. Clement’s EB24 steel window range met these requirements.

Grade II listed former Police HQ now home to the YMCA

Clement Windows Group

After many years of being out of use, the former police HQ (CID) building on Bridewell Island in Central Bristol has been renovated and is now the new YMCA Bristol hostel. John Perkins Construction carried out the work along with Ferguson Mann Architects and assistance from the Bristol City Council Conservation Team. Preserving the beauty of this Grade II Listed Building, which dates back to 1928, was paramount although it was vital that the completed building offered a modern specification for 21st century living. Clement Windows Group were selected to provide the new steel windows.

Network Rail’s Grade II Listed Building refreshed with new EB24 steel windows

Clement Windows Group

In 2014 landmark building No1 Aire Street underwent a dramatic transformation. The Grade II listed, 1930s Art Deco property is in Leeds City Centre Conservation Area. Significant consultation with Leeds City Council planning department and the owner Network Rail’s planners was carried out to ensure the proposals were historically compatible with the existing building. Almost a hundred original steel windows had to be replaced as sympathetically as possible but with a product which would bring improved thermal efficiency. Clement EB24 suite of bespoke steel windows was specified for the project offering high specification along with elegant, robust frame sections.

Asbestos cement roof refurbishment project & gutter lining using BBA Approved Asbestoseal

Liquasil Ltd

This is an asbestos cement roof refurbishment project, using the BBA Approved Asbestoseal system from Liquasil. The roof was first cleaned using a steam cleaning machine and all metal fixings were treated with Lqiuasil's SWT Primer. All fixings and cracks were sealed with Non-Sag Sealer before the roof was completely coated with Asbestoseal 20, providing long term protection against the elements. A 10 year Latent Defects Insurance Guarantee was issued upon completion.

Istoria Bespoke Wideboard Oak, Brushed, Matt & Lacquered Finish on a Premium Board for Cafe Rouge Nationwide Refurbishment

Jordan Andrews Ltd

Café Rouge came to us with a plan to refurbish their stores, in this refurbishment they wanted a wooden floor able to deal with a busy restaurant retail environment, that would be very hard wearing and be easily maintained. We came back with the perfect solution, supplying our Istoria Premium Wideboard oak, this 220mm wide board is brushed to give it a raised grain and more texture. It is coated in a tough matt lacquer making it easy to clean and maintain.

CEMBRIT FIBRE CEMENT CLADDING WRAPS STUDENT ACCOMODATION IN WARM COLOURS

Cembrit Ltd

A newly built student accommodation block in Liverpool features an attractive, colourful external finish, thanks to Cembrit’s Cembonit cladding boards.Plato House is a purpose built student development comprising 86 spacious student rooms complete with a kitchen, en-suite bathrooms and high speed Wi-Fi throughout. Supplied via Vivalda of Manchester, Pemberton-based cladding contractor, Bak Cladding Solutions installed approximately 1000m2 of Cembonit cladding in a combination of Tufa, Pearl and Sand colours.

EB24 steel windows at their best!

Clement Windows Group

The architectural team at Henley College, a sixth form college in Oxfordshire, specified EB24 steel windows for the refurbishment of one of its two sites, ‘Rotherfield’. The Victorian Gothic style building had original white steel windows which after 150 years of use were no longer fit for purpose. After researching the market, EB24 was chosen as the right product to replace the existing windows due to its elegant appearance, ability to be made into beautiful patterns to match the existing windows, great security and energy performance.

A magnificent steel screen takes centre stage in this refurbished home

Clement Windows Group

This spectacular Victorian home in the market town of Epping has been recently redesigned by Cherie Lee Interiors. Part of their client's brief was to design every space with visibility and access to the garden and with this in mind, an immense 5 metre wide steel and glass partition was incorporated into the plans, to divide the hallway and open plan kitchen. The bespoke screen includes 18 panes of glass and a feature kick panel along the bottom. Pyroswiss 30 minute integrity glass was used to increase fire protection. Design: Cherie Lee Interiors. Photography: www.raymain.co.uk.

Historical industrial space sympathetically transformed into a family dwelling

Clement Windows Group

The Cooperage is located on a former industrial site in Central London and is believed to have been built in the early 1900s. Following an unsympathetic earlier restoration in the 1990s, Chris Dyson Architects were invited in 2011 to prepare a scheme for the extension and complete renovation of the property, turning it into a spectacular five bedroom family house. The Cooperage has been nominated for the RIBA House of the Year 2017 long list.

Fleet Street offices modernised with striking internal steel screens

Clement Windows Group

Just 100 metres away from the Royal Courts of Justice in London stands 188 Fleet Street, which until recently was the home of bankers Coutts & Co. The 35,000 sq ft building, purchased for £11 million, has been recently refurbished by HD Architects to house a publishing company. The renovated office benefits from a number of striking internal steel screens which feature throughout the office and contribute to the amount of natural daylight that filters through the space.

An exclusive residential development in Hambledon, Surrey, is making use of 12mm Magply boards, supplied by Elliotts Builders Merchants, as the carrier for a proprietar sprayed render system, as one

IPP Ltd

The stylish three and four bedroom, two-storey properties present a traditional outward appearance, with clay roof tiles above the elevations of handmade bricks and highly weatherproof K-Rend panels. The latter is applied to the 12mm Magply modified MgO boards, screwed to 50x50mm timbers fixed at 600mm centres across the SIPS structure. Simon, the site foreman for Fullers Plastering, commented: “ This is the second time I have used Magply, Fullers having made the switch because it is an easier board to cut and fix, while it also takes the HP12 base coat very well.”

A development by Emerson Properties of two and three bedroom terraced homes on a brownfield site in South London is making use of Magply boards’ fire resistance and other physical benefits.

IPP Ltd

The Project Manager for White Haus, Tony Buck, commented: “We offer clients a bespoke service for the supply and installation of high performance timber frames to meet various specifications – right up to PassivHaus standard – building schools, hospitals and commercial premises as well as domestic properties. Although these structures aren’t within the designated five metre distance of existing buildings, the client (Emerson Properties) wanted the additional protection provided by a fire rated sheathing board – in addition to fire rated timber cladding – and we are using 9mm Magply boards on the outside of the timber frames. “

Lighting Design for a CAT A Mixed Use Development. 10 Bard Road, London.

299 Lighting

This 6 storey mixed use development has recently undergone a major refurbishment. The result are 2 floors of contemporary Cat A office fit out ready for a tenant to move in. The 299 TEAM provided the client with a full lighting design and calculation, ensuring that all correct light levels for LG7 were met. The Lopen an ideal luminaire for general office lighting fitted with an opal diffuser, enhanced the interiors, creating clean lines of light. The area was further enhanced by the ring-shaped suspended luminaires, Rydals in matte black finish. The Sett was used in the circulation areas.

A high rise development in Bournemouth for Fresh Student Living is making full use of the technical benefits to an innovative BBA approved structural walling system, which features 9mm Magply boards.

IPP Ltd

The MIB MetSIP is robustly engineered, with 75 mm deep cold-formed steel Sigma studs – plus a 45mm treated timber packer – at 600mm centres. 9mm thick Magply modified MgO boards form the inner and outer skins to the 136mm thick panels. Magply is largely unaffected by prolonged exposure to rain, while under independent testing, the material was shown to achieve 90 minutes fire resistance with minimal smoke generation. This means during the critical erection phase, before fire-stopping breaks and other permanent protection can be installed, the structure is far less vulnerable to arson or an accidental blaze.

Dublin Apartments, the performance benefits to Magply boards have been utilised in the specification of an advanced offsite system being employed in the construction of a new apartment building.

IPP Ltd

The five storey building is being clad across different elevations with either the Permarock exterior wall insulation system or the Dutch manufactured Brickworld brick slip system. Both are on Rockwool material fixed to an outside layer of 9mm Magply sheathing which also provides an additional 1 hour fire protection to the structure from the outside. : “Overall the Magply is easy to cut and fix, while as an MgO product it can get wet as many times as you want. That helps with programme timing while the price-point also makes it very affordable compared to other fire safe products'.

Cedral Rivendale helps create stunning housing development

Cedral

The site at Knock Rushen is located by the sea in an exposed area, Rivendale fibre cement slates were selected to withstand the force of the natural elements. The slates offered Hartford Homes a cost-effective solution that seamlessly blended in with the local environment. Houses in Castletown are predominantly finished with natural slate roofs but Hartford were confident that fibre cement would enable them to create a finish that would be sympathetic to the local surroundings.

Fassatherm Chosen for Retirement Village

Fassa UK Ltd

The system chosen for the ground floor of a new Richmond Villages retirement complex in Aston on Trent was Fassatherm® Classic using 50mm thick EPS panels with A96, a cement based adhesive and base coat. Basecoll® was used to glue and smooth off the perimeter panels below the damp proof course. Cuts were made into the EPS insulation to make it resemble ashlar. On the first floor, KI 7, a fibre reinforced lime and cement base coat was applied direct to masonry blockwork. A coat of RX 561 rustic acrylic siloxane finish coat render was applied to the whole facade.

HardieLinea®: Luxury, low maintenance living in Sussex

James Hardie Building Products Ltd

When Anne and Clive Kingdon chose to bring the timeless style of America’s east coast to East Sussex six years ago, they were embarking upon a complete transformation. After researching more durable alternatives, Anne and Clive heard about HardieLinea® fibre cement cladding through a friend, and were impressed by the results seen on another property. Selecting the product in Boothbay Blue for its sturdy silhouette and sleek finish, Anne felt the advanced formulation fibre cement cladding would deliver the desired effect as well as provide long-term protection against the weather.

Rathbone Square Project Oxford Street 2017

The Solid Wood Flooring Company

We worked closely with Brown and Carroll, The Architects Make and Lend Lease the main contractor to create a competitively priced high-quality floor. There are two palette colours a “Latte” light board and an “Expresso” dark board. These were prime oak, fumed and then finished with a colour oil for maintenance and repair to create a uniform natural floor. We are supplying a 190mm wide board and a 260mm wide board in a very select clean grade 20mm thick engineered flooring. We also altered the tannins in the top layer to create a unique brushed finish.

Cefnamlwch Farm

Eternit

Profile 6 fibre cement roofing sheets were used on Cefnamlwch Farm to keep condensation levels to a minimum. The farm is also subjected to strong coastal winds, so the hardwearing, durable sheets made them an ideal choice from which to construct the new build’s roof.

Oracle Apartments, WA

Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd

Rondo worked closely with C&L Ceilings who were charged with the wall and ceiling contract. In order to be sure that the building’s external facade would remain structurally secure and adhere to the architectural detail, C&L installed Fibrous Cement Sheets, supported by heavy gauge Rondo components.

National College for High Speed Rail

Kingspan Insulation

The National College for High Speed Rail contains a variety of learning spaces inside a visually striking yet simple building shell formed from two intersecting blocks. The main entrance is defined by a simple yet striking cantilevered upper floor, providing a sheltered space in front of the building. To insulate this, Kingspan Kooltherm K110 Soffit Board was used. The boards were fixed directly to the soffits using thermally broken fasteners, making installation quick and simple. Kingspan Kooltherm K110 Soffit Board is a premium performance insulation board. It achieves a thermal conductivity of 0.018 W/m·K across all thicknesses.

MicroShades Brunnea treated Redwood Timber Cladding Case Study - NORclad - Hakin School

NORclad Limited

Project: Hakin Community School, Milford A specification was created utilising a PEFC-certified NORclad® European Redwood. Koppers MicroShades “Brunnea” treatment was requested to offer a formal warranty on the product for 30 years against rot and fungal decay (out of ground contact), along with a good level of colour stability VS traditional untreated species. To create depth, a board on board arrangement was selected for the majority of the project, with detailing in soffit areas carried out in a T&G profiled board, NWC2.

Urban Splash Longlands Luxury Apartments

Anhydritec Ltd

Refurbishment of an old mill, using electrical underfloor heating. 50mm Gyvlon screed incorporating the electrical underfloor heating. The Gyvlon screed was easily pumped into the upper and subsequent floors speeding up installation compared to sand cement screeds. The design also maximized the effectiveness of the underfloor heating, whilst complying with Part E of the Build regulations.

Asbestos Roof Coating & Roof Refurbishment

Liquasil Ltd

This is an asbestos cement roof coating and refurbishment project completed by Liquasil Approved Installers, Nadco Ltd. The roof was first cleaned and all cracks, small holes and fixings sealed with Liquasil Non-Sag Sealer, providing a permanent seal. The entire roof surface was then coated with the BBA Approved Asbestsoeal 20 asbestos roof coating system.

Mews House, London

Wienerberger Ltd

This project in North London was created with the intention of enhancing the housing stock of the location and providing a positive contribution to the texture, grain and building types within the conservation area. To achieve this appearance, Wienerberger's Marziale brick was used. Additionally, a carefully selected mortar, using white cement, lime and washed river sand and a subtle manipulation of the surface, was applied to enhance the quality of the brickwork.

London Square Orpington

Kingspan Insulation

To ensure these new homes both are energy efficient and warm, the project team sought to surpass the Building Regulations. This led to the specification of Kingspan Kooltherm K106 Cavity Board, which boasts a thermal conductivity of just 0.18 W/m.K across all available board thicknesses. In addition to its outstanding thermal performance, Kingspan Kooltherm K106 Cavity Board also features a water–tight, vapour–open polypropylene fleece outer facing which protects against moisture penetration. As a result, it can be installed with a void of just 10 mm, limiting the thickness of the external walls.

Low Maintenance Peace of Mind for the Retired Homeowners

Swish Building Products

Roofline, cladding and Tudor board from Swish Building Products have been used to complete Wellington Court, a McCarthy & Stone Retirement Living development. Located in Epsom, the new complex comprises of 32 one and two bedroom apartments for the over 60’s. Swish exceeded the demands of the specification, to construct a low maintenance, high performance exterior, supplying proven and appropriate products. Designed to complement local buildings in the town, mock Tudor board was used along with fascia and soffit in black foil creating a light-weight and low maintenance roofline with the Tudor board adding interest to the façade.

Renderplas PVC shadow gap beads

Renderplas Ltd

Sleek minimalist shadow gaps create statement internal design elements, producing clean lines unimpeded by the traditional use of skirting boards, architraves and cornices. The features can be installed between walls, floors, skirting boards, windows, door frames and staircases throughout a building, or in specific areas such as hallways & kitchens to create maximum impact.

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