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Selectaglaze and Pilkington support CRASH with secondary glazing for new computer room

Selectaglaze and Pilkington support CRASH with secondary glazing for new computer room

Selectaglaze Ltd

Selectaglaze helps create and enhance a computer suite at London homelessness charity, Caritas Anchor House as part of their on-going relationship with the CRASH charity. CRASH Chief Executive, Francesca Roberts contacted Selectaglaze asking if they would be willing to donate secondary glazing for the computer suite at Caritas Anchor House. Selectaglaze was happy to contribute and involved Pilkington with them donating the fire-resistant glass to support the installation. Three Series 40 units with 10mm Pyrodur fire-rated glass were installed, which has a beaded fixed frame system offering 30 minute fire integrity protection.
Computer Science Building, Queen's University Belfast

Computer Science Building, Queen's University Belfast

Vanceva

Multicoloured Vanceva laminate has been utilized both externally and internally in this redevelopment of the Bernard Crossland Building. The exterior has been adorned with Vanceva laminate fins to produce a facade that is striking in both sunlight and when illuminated at night. The brightly colored laminate theme continues internally producing a modern facility for over 1000 students and staff. Queen's University Vice Chancellor professor, Patrick Johnston said "This state-of-the-art facility will contribute to the vision of the ICT Industry in Northern Ireland to be a world class centre for ICT excellence." GlasSeal are proud to have supplied the toughened, HST laminate utilizing Eastman's Vanceva to this landmark building in the centre of Belfast.
Castle Rock School

Castle Rock School

Briggs Amasco Ltd

The client Leicestershire County Council has placed sustainability at the top of their agenda for it’s new school programme, hence the reason for selecting an EPDM system capable of being recycled. In addition to laying insulation to a thickness of 180 mm the rooflights were connected to a central computer system ensuring the most effective and environmentally friendly provision of ventillation.
Rockfon offer high-performing intelligent acoustic solutions

Rockfon offer high-performing intelligent acoustic solutions

Rockfon

The Glucksman Library at the University of Limerick is one of the biggest campus libraries in Ireland and one of the most digitally advanced in the world. The €30m project includes a 7,600sqm extension and new facilities that offer students advanced computing, collaboration and communication spaces. Acoustic ceilings from Rockfon® are fitted throughout and play a pivotal role in helping the university realise its vision.
Mechanical smoke & passive ventilation at Beacon Tower

Mechanical smoke & passive ventilation at Beacon Tower

Dyer Environmental Controls Ltd

Dyer Environmental Controls Ltd have supplied a mechanical smoke ventilation system to Beacon Tower, a recently renovated block of residential flats in Bristol. Mechanical smoke ventilation is a Fire Engineered Solution, designed to speedily remove smoke from common areas such as corridors and lobbies. It is a very efficient solution proven to work by using a design system known as CFD Computational Fluid Dynamics.
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.
Van Marcke Belgium - Solar Shading

Van Marcke Belgium - Solar Shading

Duco Ventilation & Sun Control NV

Architectural solar shading combats overheating and contributes to a comfortable indoor climate in Van Marcke's new office building. Vertically installed aluminium DucoSun Wing louvre blades provide an answer in combating overheating. At the same time, they provide added architectural cachet structurally. These wing-shaped louvre blades act as an extra shell for the curtain wall. They cut out the sunlight, thus preventing the interior temperature from rising too high on hot days. Annoying reflections on computer screens are thus definitely a thing of the past.
Expona Flow installed at Staffordshire University

Expona Flow installed at Staffordshire University

Polyflor Ltd

Concrete effect Expona Flow PUR sheet vinyl flooring was used to create a contemporary interior design scheme at Staffordshire University’s Mellor Building in Stoke-on-Trent. The £4.5 million project to refurbish the top three floors of the Mellor Building, home to the Schools of Computing and Engineering, is part of a £40 million project to improve Staffordshire University's Stoke-on-Trent campuses. Installed by Westcotes Flooring Ltd contractors, the Dark Grey Concrete design used in break out and study areas inside the Mellor Building is from the Expona Flow Concrete collection of heterogeneous vinyl flooring.
University of Birmingham Library

University of Birmingham Library

SAS International Ltd

Associated Architects chose SAS International to provide the high acoustic and finishing touches to the UoB academic interior fit-out. Anodised gold cladding and bulkheads were selected to encase the atrium lift-shafts, the main staircase and highlighting the university crest on the 4th floor. Three additional acoustic treatments for open soffit areas were specified over computer clusters and lounge spaces. SAS500 baffles and bespoke ring shaped and circular rafts were designed and manufactured by SAS to fulfil this requirement. The architects have effectively linked elements of the build to the next tying the theme of regency with modern amenities.
Durham University

Durham University

Proteus Facades

A careful combination of A2 fire rated soffit panels, rainscreen cladding and mesh screens from Proteus Facades has helped band together the impressive new £42m Sciences Centre at Durham University. Based within the grounds of the Upper Mountjoy Campus, the new Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science building has been developed to create synergy between the two departments, which have been earmarked for significant growth within the Durham University Strategy – 2017-2027. The building features state-of-the-art teaching facilities and office space, including a specialist IT Lab with a designated server room, a 120-seat tiered lecture theatre and tutorial rooms. While a café and breakout spaces, as well as four enclosed courtyards make up the communal areas. Creating a bright space for students, staff and visitors to meet and relax, Proteus Facades manufactured striking 2.0mm Aluminium Proteus IP interlocking planks with a PPC Traffic White Matte (RAL 9016) finish for use on the façades of the four internal courtyards. GSS Architecture chose the Proteus IP aluminium PPC in Traffic White because it accentuates and reflects natural light creating an enhanced ambience in the teaching spaces that face onto the courtyards, whilst complementing the glass curtain walling system.

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