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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.
LIV Student Accomodation

LIV Student Accomodation

Sertus

LIV Student Accommodation was completed in early 2020 by ISG Plc. Sertus worked with the project M&E contractors to deliver a smoke control system that coped with the challenges of forty metre extended corridors on the upper stories. The system comprises two Sertus Roof Mechanical Pod Residential (RMP-R) units, one at either end of the V-shaped building. The Pods are fitted with air-inlet dampers to avoid pressure build-up whilst clearing the corridors. The system also interfaces with the fire alarm system and controls a natural smoke control system on the lower levels of the building.
GYPSOL Classic used in Code 6 development

GYPSOL Classic used in Code 6 development

LKAB Minerals

The designer required a screed which could offer a rapid response to changes in the air temperature within the house both in terms of heating and cooling. Additionally it had to offer a thin section to reduce material use and to help reduce the physical mass of screed that had to be warmed. This was to help with achieving efficiency with the ground source heat pump and allow the unit to heat the screed at very low temperatures. It also required a screed that could be easily placed at both ground and first floor. Gypsol Classic was the perfect solution.
Shadex 260 Elliptical solar shade system in aluminium reduces costs on £1.1 million renovation at Beths Grammar School, Bexley

Shadex 260 Elliptical solar shade system in aluminium reduces costs on £1.1 million renovation at Beths Grammar School, Bexley

Dales Fabrications Ltd - Aluminium Eaves Products

A £1.1 million renovation at Beths Grammar School in Bexley, Greater London included a new ultra-modern reception with full height glazing. Ingleton Wood LLP architects specified aluminium solar shading by Dales Fabrications with the Shadex 260 elliptical blade to reduce solar gain and solar glare. The Shadex 260 blade because it is self supporting up to 5m centres, making it ideal for the apex of the very large over-hanging canopy above the new main entrance. It was specified in combination with a low maintenance curved Aluminium Fascia Soffit and Meridian wall coping system, both manufactured by Dales.
Expona flooring makes a big splash at Surf Snowdonia

Expona flooring makes a big splash at Surf Snowdonia

Polyflor Ltd

Expona Commercial PUR luxury vinyl tiles from Polyflor were installed inside the visitor centre at the world’s first inland surfing lagoon, Surf Snowdonia Adventure Parc. Approximately 700 m² of Expona Commercial flooring in the Weathered Country Plank design was installed by JDP Flooring in the Surf Side Café and shop inside the centre’s HUB Building. Peter Hinde, General Manager commented, “This flooring fits perfectly with the natural, inspired by the outdoors interior design scheme we wanted to achieve. In practical terms, the floor is also coping extremely well with the high number of visitors we are attracting every day.”
Selectaglaze secondary glazing in the newly opened Centre of excellence for special educational needs

Selectaglaze secondary glazing in the newly opened Centre of excellence for special educational needs

Selectaglaze Ltd

A brand-new school and centre of excellence for special educational needs has opened in Chester’s historic Abbey Square, which required Selectaglaze secondary glazing for part of the transformation and conversion of two Grade II* Listed Georgian buildings. 70 units were installed. Series 46 fixed lights were used below sill level transom coupled to either Series 60, where there are off set sashes, or Series 20 where the sashes are of equal size. For the exceptionally large windows, over 3m, Series 90’s were specified, with their larger balance capacity these heavy-duty sliders can cope with the glass.
Franke supply washtroughs to Halcross Academy in Doncaster for washroom revamp

Franke supply washtroughs to Halcross Academy in Doncaster for washroom revamp

Franke Sissons Ltd

Franke were thrilled to be chosen to provide products Hallcross Academy, Doncaster for their newly refurbished washrooms. Franke provided two solid surface washtroughs for the refurbishment. Cast in a single mould without any seams or joints Franke's solid surface composite washtroughs have been designed to cope with the harshest conditions. The smooth, pore-free and high gloss gelcoat surface also makes it hygienic and easy to clean. Chris Kightley, Project Manager at Flush Washrooms commented “We use Franke Sissons products regularly on our projects, especially their solid surface range, as we know that we are guaranteed the highest quality.”
CASE STUDY: HOTEL AND LEISURE - SMUGGLERS COVE, BOURNEMOUTH - STAIR NOSING

CASE STUDY: HOTEL AND LEISURE - SMUGGLERS COVE, BOURNEMOUTH - STAIR NOSING

Quantum Flooring Solutions, a trading name of Quantum Profile Systems Ltd

Smugglers Cove Adventure Golf is a tourist attraction at Bournemouth Beach. The 18 hole course is part of Bournemouth’s famous seafront, which has over 7 million visitors per year. For safety purposes, it was necessary to fit Stair Nosings onto a fire exit staircase at the site.
HDI CIRCUM code compliant railing and handrail selected for Airbus production facility

HDI CIRCUM code compliant railing and handrail selected for Airbus production facility

HDI Railing Systems

‘Corporate Case Study - HDI’s Circum Round Post balustrade system ends Airbus search for a code compliant design.
Clement steel windows come in all shapes and sizes!

Clement steel windows come in all shapes and sizes!

Clement Windows Group

This project involved the demolition of an existing two storey extension to the original house which was built around 1840 in the Barnsbury Conservation Area in Islington in North London. The interior layout was unsuitable and the owners wanted to bring more natural light and views of the garden into the space. Clement provided the stunning EB24 steel windows and doors which provide a sharp contrast to the oak boarding and make the extension look as if it is floating, enabling excellent views across the garden and surrounding area.
Make your vision come true in every detail

Make your vision come true in every detail

BROEN-LAB

BROEN-LAB produce world-class laboratory systems and emergency shower systems for the pharma, educational, food and beverage and industrial sectors. Our solutions are designed to secure maximum flow, flexibility and safety in modern work environments.
Sinclair Meadows – Zero Carbon Code 6 Housing

Sinclair Meadows – Zero Carbon Code 6 Housing

CDI Innovative Construction Materials Ltd

Providing 21 affordable homes in the first ‘carbon negative’ housing community of its kind in the UK. The initial concept began in 2009 with the aim of creating carbon negative housing. The project is ground breaking with a plan to lock away as much carbon as possible whilst generating excess energy from systems installed. Reppel products used: Lewis Deck light weight steel/ screed composite floor system providing acoustic floors improving Building Regulations Part E standards by at least 8dB. Lacomet FL flashing was also used - as alternative to lead, solving the problem of tannins leaching from timber shingles roofs.
No horsing around when it comes to secondary glazing an office

No horsing around when it comes to secondary glazing an office

Selectaglaze Ltd

Thermal and acoustic insulation secondary glazing was installed by Selectaglaze for the National Trust as part of a full-scale refurbishment at the Grade I Listed Belton House stable block in Grantham, Lincolnshire, which has been converted into restaurant and office space. Selectaglaze Series 10 horizontal sliders were specified for 24 of the original leaded windows in the offices, and meeting rooms. Custom made timber grounds were affixed to all the openings which were splayed or out of shape. As a result of the installation, thermal efficiency has improved considerably, with the added benefit of increased acoustic insulation.
New Spalding-Micro Aluminium Rainscreen System Installed on Voco St John's Hotel Refurbishment

New Spalding-Micro Aluminium Rainscreen System Installed on Voco St John's Hotel Refurbishment

Dales Fabrications Ltd - Aluminium Eaves Products

Location: Solihull, West Midlands Project Type: Hotel, Leisure Product: Spalding-Micropanel Material: Solid Sheet Aluminium 1050 AlloyFinish: Syntha Pulvin Architectural Polyester Powder Coating System in RAL 8002 Matt, RAL 8004 Matt, RAL 8012 Matt and RAL 8016 Matt Other products: System Flashings, Weatherstruck Coping, Window Surround System (inc. Jamb, Head flashing & Cill flashing inc. ventilation) in Syntha Pulvin RAL 7016 Matt, Column-Casings Syntha Pulvin RAL 7001 Matt Support system: Helping Hand Bracket & Rails Architects: Nixon Development Consultants Contractor: T. N. V. Construction Ltd Sub Contractor: G. F. S. Supplies Ltd
Barratt Code Level 6 Homes Feature Posi-Joist

Barratt Code Level 6 Homes Feature Posi-Joist

MiTek Industries Ltd

The first homes at Barratt Homes’ new energy efficient Hanham Hall development feature Posi-Joists as the floor system of choice. Each home is constructed using highly insulated materials and is fitted with a Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) system, which is why Posi-Joist was the natural choice for the floor system. Kingspan Potton have been involved throughout the design and delivery of the project, supplying both Structural Insulated Panels and the Posi-Joist floors.
Twitter Corporate Building Featuring Code Compliant HDI Optik Boss Balustrade and Railing System

Twitter Corporate Building Featuring Code Compliant HDI Optik Boss Balustrade and Railing System

HDI Railing Systems

‘Corporate Case Study - HDI’s Optik Boss balustrade system selected for Twitter HQ. Balustrade,Railing system ,stainless steel,powder coat,Shoe system,floating,structural,laminated,tempered,led,handrail,wood handrail,smoke baffle,glass,design,code compliant,performance criteria achieved.
Brilliant solution for residential project, would you have come up with this?

Brilliant solution for residential project, would you have come up with this?

Royal Mosa

Townhouse complex Berlin Mitte Hafenquartier Berlin Mitte was created between 2008 and 2012 as a townhouse complex with eleven residential units, constructed for Agromex GmbH & Co. KG based on a design by the architectural firm of Behzadi & Partner. Based on the developer's plan, both the interior and exterior design primarily used natural, durable, and regionally sourced materials. For the bathrooms as well as the kitchens and entry areas the architects opted for Mosa tiles from the Terra Beige&Brown and Terra Maestricht collections, which had already proven themselves in various other projects.
Education building featuring HDI Circum LED Code Compliant Balustrade and Railing System.’

Education building featuring HDI Circum LED Code Compliant Balustrade and Railing System.’

HDI Railing Systems

Education Case Study Maryland School for the Blind installs Circum LED to entrance area. 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,
One Benjamin Street, London

One Benjamin Street, London

AET Flexible Space

One Benjamin St. is a new mixed-use address in Farringdon, designed by world-renowned architects Alford Hall Monaghan Morris, and situated directly opposite the new Farringdon station. This new build offers 1692 sq. m. high quality office space with highly flexible, column free floor plates, and internal floor to ceiling heights of 2.8m. AET Flexible Space had built a strong working relationship with the main contractor, Knight Harwood, whilst working together on 20 Soho Square. Their experience with the various advantages of AET’s system gave Knight Harwood the opportunity to rework the original Stage 3 design that employed individual hot and cold air paths within the floor, and implement AET’s underfloor air conditioning solution for the three floors of office space. This in turn enabled them to reduce the amount of mechanical plant by 50%, thus freeing up valuable internal and external space, speeding up then installation process, and offering the client, Girdlers Worshipful Company, significant overall cost savings. Knight Harwood advocated for AET’s highly flexible system, as they felt it would be more suited to coping with the variations in temperature across the office floor plates caused by the building’s south-facing orientation. As One Benjamin had a core both the front and at the back, it was perfectly suited to AET’s most flexible system, the CAM-V, which makes 100% use of the void beneath the raised access floor as a plenum for the distribution of conditioned air. Room air is then drawn back to the top of the unit via high level return air grille. Fresh air is also introduced to the top of the unit where it mixes with the room air and is re-conditioned. Six CAM’s, two per floor, were installed across the three floors of office space, rather than the 12 which were proposed by the original stage 3 design. Each CAM unit is served by a high efficiency, roof-mounted heat pump unit. A total of 105 TU4-EC Fantile units deliver conditioned into the air into the space from the 270mm floor void. AET’s CAM-V system offers 100% flexibility in terms of where a Fantile units can be located, allowing for quick and easy reconfiguration depending on the layout of an office or the particular needs of the end-user. Overall, AET Flexible Space was able to provide One Benjamin St. with a high-performing, flexible air conditioning system which was more suited ton the buildings needs than the originally proposed downflow system. One Benjamin Street was completed in July 2019 for the Girdlers Worshipful Company and the office space is now fully let. Developer – The Worshipful Girdler’s Company Architect – AHMM M&E Consultant – Scotch & Partners Quantity Surveyor – Exigere Project Manager – Gardiner & Theobald Main Contractor – Knight Harwood M&E Contractor – Working Environments Ltd. Letting Agent – Daniel Watney
DULUX TRADE SCUFFSHIELD CREATES FINE DINING MAKEOVER

DULUX TRADE SCUFFSHIELD CREATES FINE DINING MAKEOVER

Dulux Trade, brand of AkzoNobel

Transforming a run-down pub into a sleek, modern restaurant and bar was made all the easier with the latest Dulux Trade ScuffShield Matt. With its unique formulation and ultimate scuff resistant technology, it’s perfect for maintaining that crisp, just painted look for longer. Paul Schofield Managing director of PA Schofield Ltd explained: “New Dulux Trade ScuffShield Matt is a great product that really works. It has really good application and absolutely no flashing at all. The clients are over the moon with the finish and durability of the product, and so are we. We will use it again without question.” As director of PA Schofield Ltd, based in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, Paul was given complete responsibility for conceiving and implementing all design decisions. For his starting point, Paul paired statement wallpapers with contemporary floor finishes. He complimented the wallpaper through a colour scheme that combined colours such as Coyote Grey, Perfectly Taupe and Winter Avenue. Ceilings were painted in Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt, while Dulux Trade Satinwood was used on the trim and Dulux Trade ScuffShield Matt on the walls, along with Dulux Trade Diamond Matt in some areas. Dulux Trade ScuffShield Matt is an ultra-tough formulation, designed to cope with the scuffs and everyday wear and tear of busy commercial spaces. And he identified a number of benefits from using it on the project, explaining: “It flowed really well on rollers and brushes and left an excellent finish overall. “And there was no flashing or colour difference from roller to cutting in. “It’s really brilliant for touching in, too. We’d often have to redo entire walls as spots we’d touched in stood out like a sore thumb, but there was none of that with the new Dulux Trade ScuffShield Matt.” Paul was supported on the project by Lee Crossland, Leeds and Yorkshire Technical Support Manager for Dulux Decorator Centre 360. Lee said: “I’d heard PA Schofields was about to start work on the high-end restaurant conversion so got in contact with Paul to let him know about our new product that would be perfect for him. “I talked Paul through the benefits of Dulux Trade ScuffShield Matt and that the appearance of the finish would be an ideal fit for the design he was looking to achieve, while explaining how the improved durability would allow the restaurant to look better for longer. From start to finish the process took 18 months. And Paul has been checking in to see how the Dulux Trade ScuffShield Matt has been performing. He added: “The clients are very happy that the paint cleaned easily without removing the paint from the plaster substrate. For more information visit: https://www.duluxtradepaintexpert.co.uk/content/scuffshield
dormakaba helps Heathrow customer service soar

dormakaba helps Heathrow customer service soar

dormakaba UK & Ireland

With passenger growth at a five-year high, Heathrow Airport looked for new ways to make it easier and quicker for passengers to travel through the airport and board aircrafts quicker. dormakaba supplied and installed self-boarding gates, integrated with Heathrow’s Biometric system, as the ideal solution. Simon Wilcox, Heathrow Passenger Automation Programme Lead, recognised the growing number of passengers it handled every year and wanted an innovative way to make it easier and quicker for them to travel through the airport – without having to compromise on security. As such, the automation programme required implementing biometric gates that would bring facial recognition to each point of the departing passenger’s journey. The new technology would use facial recognition at check-in, bag drops, security lanes and boarding gates to create a seamless experience for passengers walking through the airport. When looking for the initial self-boarding gates, the team at London Heathrow Airport contacted dormakaba. After reviewing the requirements for the airport, dormakaba recommended and supplied its HSB-M03 Self Boarding Gates and PaxCheck Self Boarding Solution. dormakaba also provided its project management services, and the airport has taken out an on-going service contract for third and fourth line support. Andy Carter, Contracting Business Sales and Operations Director at dormakaba UK said “As part of their passenger journey, Heathrow required a bespoke and technically capable system to allow them to cope with the increasing passenger numbers whilst also providing a seamless passenger experience”. “The final project looks to have over 400 gates installed across the whole airport. Each one has dormakaba software on the gates, incorporating Heathrow’s biometric data, as well as a connection to the management server.” This challenge of complex integration was overcome by the close collaboration between dormakaba engineers and the project team with London Heathrow Airport’s team, and suppliers for third party products and systems. Currently, Terminals 2A, 2B and 5A have been completed, with Terminal’s 3, 4, 5B and 5C scheduled for completion by end 2020. Completed terminals now benefit from a market-leading, self-boarding solution that adheres to all the latest relevant security and build standards as well as third and fourth line support from dormakaba. Across these completed terminals, passengers present their boarding pass to a reader on the gate, which then scans and checks the pass with the airline’s Departure Control System (DCS) and either opens or remains closed depending on the response. For passengers departing on domestic flights, the gate also uses facial recognition technology to verify that the passenger boarding the aircraft either entered the airport through the front door or has been through a UK Border Force check since arriving on an international flight. Its installation being partnered with the airport’s chosen biometric provider Atkins, this system allows domestic passengers to mix with those transferring between international flights at Heathrow in the Common Departure Lounges, where they can enjoy all the benefits of the many dining and retail outlets, as well as the numerous lounges available. The self-boarding solution also includes a web-based administration programme, PaxCheck, that allows for management of the gates and sends reports of passengers and when they passed through – allowing for faster boarding, and fewer staff. This also means airport and airline management can have live stats on the numbers of passengers passing through the gates in any given period
Felce and Guy specifies bricks from Vandersanden for The Spa at South Lodge

Felce and Guy specifies bricks from Vandersanden for The Spa at South Lodge

Vandersanden Brick

The Spa at South Lodge, in the heart of the West Sussex countryside, is the picture-perfect, luxury destination for those seeking ultimate relaxation in complete comfort, far away from the pressures and strains of modern life. Designed by Hove-based architectural firm, Felce and Guy, this prestigious 44,000 sq. ft building sits harmoniously in its beautiful, natural setting with external facing bricks from Vandersanden selected to provide regular form, nuanced colours and natural texture for the project. Located in Lower Beeding, near Horsham, The Spa at South Lodge is a purpose-built spa within the grounds of an award winning 5-star hotel. It features a state-of-the-art gym and spin studio, indoor pool, outdoor hydrotherapy pool and wild swimming pool, a thermal suite and treatment rooms for members, hotel residents and spa day guests. In addition, The Spa at South Lodge includes the Ridgeview Beauty Bar and Botanica, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant. Felce and Guy were commissioned to provide a full architectural design, then appointed as lead consultant and contract administrator to oversee the build carried out by main contractor, Beard Construction. The firm’s design balances the specific needs of the hotel and The Spa at South Lodge’s facilities with a sensitivity to the context of the countryside setting and close proximity to the main hotel. The resultant architecture sympathetically responds to these surroundings with the building deep-set into the landscape, minimising its scale, yet taking full advantage of the extensive views available to guests over the South Downs. As the landscape falls away, leading to natural water forms, so too does the new building with external terracing leading out to a vitality pool and down to an external swim pond. After reviewing and testing different samples in advance, Felce and Guy selected Vandersanden’s Lithium brick in a 50mm size for the project. This attractive, hand-formed facing brick comprises a sanded-coated and grained structure in a muted base grey colour with accompanying shades of buff and black to match the stonework colours of the main building at South Lodge Hotel. Over 100,000 bricks were sourced and supplied for the project by specialist brick distributor, N R Taylor of Lingfield, with the thinness of the brick helping to further reduce the visual scale of the Spa building. The horizontal lines of the brickwork act as a softening counterpoint to the vertical natural green oak cladding and large glass panelling that also feature as key elements in The Spa at South Lodge design. Elsewhere, the Lithium brick has been used in the copings, landscaping and dividing walls which create external contours and help to separate the terraces outside of the building. “The Vandersanden brick works with the other materials in the design to present a very organic aesthetic for The Spa at South Lodge,” says John Chapman of Felce and Guy. “It perfectly complements both the dark sandstone used in the original hotel and its mix of greys and brown as well as the natural surroundings. The straight, clean-lines and regular shape of the Vandersanden brick, together with the raked joint we’ve used, has helped emphasise the horizontality of the building and works especially well with the textured finish of the timber panels. As a practice, we set very high expectations which the Vandersanden bricks have undoubtedly satisfied.” In addition to a curving, meadow-grass roof, which helps to attenuate rainwater flow, the Spa at South Lodge benefits from other sustainable technologies and finishes. A biomass boiler system has been installed, and all drainage is contained on site, using reed bed technology. The existing ponds within the hotel grounds have been modified and extended to benefit the local ecology. Vandersanden itself is building a sustainable future for its business, having already invested in renewable solar and wind energy technologies at its major European production plants and committed to a pathway which will see the manufacture of CO2-neutral bricks by 2050. Underlining the significance of the project to the hotel and its management, every member of staff laid one brick as part of their contribution to The Spa at South Lodge. The project was completed in the Summer of 2019.
Structural Drainage - Road and Rail Bridge Abutement, Deckdrain, Port Talbot Distributor Road, UK

Structural Drainage - Road and Rail Bridge Abutement, Deckdrain, Port Talbot Distributor Road, UK

ABG creative geosynthetic engineering

The Port Talbot Distributor Road is part of a regeneration plan for the Port Talbot area. The new road comprises a mixture of structures. Speed of installation was key to the project. Structural Drainage was needed for all the earth retaining structures. Traditional methods required manual handling equipment resulting in slow installation. The contractor looked at the innovative and financially beneficial Deckdrain product. The lightweight rolls come in off the shelf sizes and laid horizontally in progressive lifts. The composite has a filter to prevent clogging and a higher flow rate core.
First Light - Westfield

First Light - Westfield

Prospec Ltd

Both WC and Shower cubicles come in the form of Marathon System D Cubicles. Featuring a curved aluminum pilaster and headrail, the 10mm toughened float glass doors and dividers look stunning in Traffic White from the Prospec standard glass collection. Our Marathon Laminate Wet lockers are also finished in Prospec White and give users the space to lock their belongings away while immersing themselves in the one of a kind spinning experience. In a mix of 2 and 3 tier configurations, the lockers are secured with Prospec OCS electronic code locks.
Hampton by Hilton Ealing

Hampton by Hilton Ealing

Royal Mosa

Core Collection Terra chosen for Hampton by Hilton Ealing in London.
Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital

Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital

SE Controls

SE Controls helps provide a safe and comfortable environment at a leading Cape Town hospital.
Labgrade laminates a slick solution for oil manufacturer

Labgrade laminates a slick solution for oil manufacturer

Abet Ltd

Labgrade, the decorative high pressure laminate with a solid core, has been installed in the refurbished Millers Oils laboratories at Brighouse, West Yorkshire. Supplied by Arnold Laver Bradford and installed by Cleckheaton Construction, the Labgrade, specially designed for use in sterile and hygienic environments, forms a hard-wearing, durable and attractive worktop. With a 16mm solid black core, coupled with a specially formulated chemical resistant decorative surface, it is designed to resist damage caused by most laboratory chemicals. The easy to clean surface complements the core which provides a smooth decorative edge to resist the ingress of dirt and bacteria.
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.
Mechanical smoke ventilation at The Frontage

Mechanical smoke ventilation at The Frontage

Dyer Environmental Controls Ltd

Dyer Environmental Controls Ltd have come up with an effective, certified, Mechanical Smoke Ventilation solution at The Frontage Student Accommodation.
Infinity House - Spa

Infinity House - Spa

Acoustic Products Ltd

This wonderfully designed project by Spaced Out Architecture incorporates the Topakustik 30/2M in American Walnut. Installed by T & M Building Services the Topakustik 30/2M planks (absorption class c, NRC 0.75) were manufactured with a moisture resistant core board and finished with an American Walnut veneer. Due to the environment of projects with spas and swimming pools the core board ensures the integrity of the structure and acoustic performance of the planks.
Serenity Cloud Acoustic Panels

Serenity Cloud Acoustic Panels

Moving Designs Ltd - Acoustic Partition & Sound Masking Specialist

Strong, Subtle and Perfectly Suited to any Environment The Serenity Cloud - Ecopaint surface finish comes in a visually pleasing Arctic white speckled painted finish. However, they can be emulsion spray painted on site to any colour with little significant effect on acoustical performance. The Serenity Clouds come in many shapes, sizes and colours to meet your specific needs. They are unique and add the effect of visual beauty to any space.
Levennouth Education Campus

Levennouth Education Campus

Dryvit – a brand of CPG UK Ltd

The development of the new Levenmouth Education Campus combines Levenmouth Academy with Fife College in Buckhaven, Fife. The Campus creates 23,000m2 of education space with the college and school sharing a range of core facilities. As the Dryvit Outsulation system with its expanded polystyrene (EPS) core held the relevant LPCB certification to satisfy insurer requirements with a scope of specification that met the projects outlying technical, aesthetic and commercial requirements it was deemed as the most suitable choice of system. 4,800m2 of the Outsulation External Wall Insulation system was installed.
student accommodation finished in colourful structure bonded® carpet tiles

student accommodation finished in colourful structure bonded® carpet tiles

burmatex ltd

burmatex® structure bonded carpet tiles include the three ranges of lateral®, zip and code – each available in 18 corresponding colour ways. This university accommodation building has used all three coordinated ranges, shifting to a different colour focus on each floor. Feature walls and furnishings also follow the changing colours, to create bright, engaging finishes. lateral®, zip and code are suitable for heavy commercial use (class 33) and rated BREEAM A/A+.
First Way Campus Student Accommodation, Wembley Park

First Way Campus Student Accommodation, Wembley Park

Promat UK

London is the UK’s largest student accommodation market, yet the supply of purpose-built student beds continues to lag behind the growth in student numbers. Cole Waterhouse’s First Way Campus aims to plug this gap, providing high-quality accommodation in the heart of the Wembley Park regeneration area in northwest London, close to excellent transport links, shops, restaurants and leisure facilities. Sector: student accommodation , Client: Cole Waterhouse, Partners: Bowmer & Kirkland; Fire Shield Limited
First Way Campus Student Accommodation, Wembley Park

First Way Campus Student Accommodation, Wembley Park

Promat UK

London is the UK’s largest student accommodation market, yet the supply of purpose-built student beds continues to lag behind the growth in student numbers. Cole Waterhouse’s First Way Campus aims to plug this gap, providing high-quality accommodation in the heart of the Wembley Park regeneration area in northwest London, close to excellent transport links, shops, restaurants and leisure facilities. Sector: student accommodation , Client: Cole Waterhouse, Partners: Bowmer & Kirkland; Fire Shield Limited
The Bullring Case Study

The Bullring Case Study

Dart Valley Systems Ltd

The Bullring Shopping Centre is located in the heart of Birmingham Commercial District. It is one of the UK’s busiest shopping destinations, with visitors coming from far and wide to experience a vast choice of shops.

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