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Movable walls at Würth Training and Test Centre in Belgrade, Serbia

Movable walls at Würth Training and Test Centre in Belgrade, Serbia

Hufcor Inc.

New WÜRTH Serbia Training & Test Center in Belgrade is constructed inside a former 540 m² warehouse and it consists of two main spaces. A 270 m² multi-purpose training space can easily be transformed into different room set-ups by movable walls Type 100 to serve any programmatic purpose from series of individual classrooms or offices, to conference space, gallery or even a party venue.
The Ned (27 Poultry)

The Ned (27 Poultry)

Group SCS

The Ned (27 Poultry) Located on a major historic thoroughfare and near to the famous Bank Junction at the heart of the city, 27 Poultry is a Grade I-listed building designed by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens in 1924. Location: Central London Client: Ardmore Construction Limited Price: £390,000 Service: Design and installation of smoke control systems to the fire fighting stairs and commissioning of third party damper control system
Private Home, Suffolk UK: Creating a Flexible Entertainment Space for the Pool Area

Private Home, Suffolk UK: Creating a Flexible Entertainment Space for the Pool Area

Twinscape Group Ltd

The client chose a movable floor for a new pool that was replacing an outmoded one. The in-built Hydrofloors movable floor in the pool creates flexibility in how the area is used – once the floor is raised it closes the pool transforming to pool into an entertainment space. The space has spectacular views over the gardens as the house is set in an elevated position. The room has floor to ceiling windows to maximise the view so the ability to use the pool space for parties is a major advantage.
ARC Celebrate First 2018 Award Win

ARC Celebrate First 2018 Award Win

ARC Building Solutions Limited

On Tuesday 3rd April 2018, ARC Building Solutions won the category of Best Site Product in the Housebuilder Product Awards. ARC’s unique Fire Stopping System at the Party Wall and Eaves was judged award-winner by a panel of experts from the industry. Now in their sixth year, the awards celebrate the best products in housebuilding in the U.K. ARC will attend a celebratory lunch in June with other award winners and will compete for the overall Product of the Year at this years’ Housebuilder Awards in November.
SMARTPLY OSB used for giant tree at Glastonbury 2017

SMARTPLY OSB used for giant tree at Glastonbury 2017

MEDITE SMARTPLY

The Greenpeace Field at Glastonbury festival has long been popular among festival-goers thanks to their free hot showers and delicious veggie food available at their cafe. This year, however, will see a new feature to the field with the addition of a show-stopping 20m giant tree structure. Built from SMARTPLY OSB, the huge tree will come alive at night with a colour changing light show and will feature a DJ booth allowing attendees to party into the early hours.
Balconies at Local Blackfriars, Salford

Balconies at Local Blackfriars, Salford

Sapphire Balconies Ltd

Local Blackfriars otherwise known as Trinity is a high-rise residential scheme made up of 380 apartments with communal facilities including reception, a laundrette, cinema room, fitness studio, bike storage and car parking space. The space between buildings makes up an ‘urban orchard’ and provides residents with an enjoyable outdoor recreational area. The scheme incorporates the grade II listed Black Friar pub, becoming the main entrance and providing communal facilities such as a party room and management offices.
Charlton Hall

Charlton Hall

Karndean Designflooring

On a secluded 150-acre estate in Northumberland sits Charlton Hall, a speakeasy wedding and private party venue with beautiful views looking out over the coast. Shaun Baston from Total Flooring said: “Karndean is an ideal product for any floor space especially as there is no limit to the design possibilities, so I would recommend it to anyone. Even if the fitter doesn’t have time to hand cut intricate designs, Karndean offer an in-house laser cutting service for bespoke designs.”
175 Oxford Street

175 Oxford Street

AET Flexible Space

175 Oxford Street was fully refurbished in 2010 and the 2,688 sq. m building comprises retail space and 12,500 sq. ft. speculative Grade-A office accommodation across four floors. 3DReid were responsible for the re-designed space, creating a glass surround linear atrium, allowing the maximum amount of natural light into the office space and exposing the arcuated brick party wall. Underfloor air conditioning permitted full height floor to ceiling glazing to be installed on the upper floors, granting additional light.
Metal roof coating project, Milton Keynes

Metal roof coating project, Milton Keynes

Liquasil Ltd

This 10,000 sq metre roof was in need of complete refurbishment and Liquasil's Metalseal was specified because it provided all parties with complete protection, with a Latent Defects Insurance Guarantee being provided upon completion. Cut edge corrosion was treated and the roof cleaned prior to the application of the single-coat Metalseal 20. The unique Liquasil Latent Defects Guarantee covers safe access, workmanship, materials and specifier's professional management fees, along with Professional Design. BBA Approval adds even more reassurance to the specifier.
Darwen Aldridge Community Academy (DACA), Darwen, Lancashire

Darwen Aldridge Community Academy (DACA), Darwen, Lancashire

T.I. Dynamic Facades

The Darwen Aldridge Community Academy building earned a gold award for Educational Building of the Year. Tiles International worked closely with all parties throughout the facade design and tender process resulting in the successful installation of our Creaton system. For this project The Creaton tiles were supplied in pearl gray to a modular design of 200mm high x 1200mm long resulting in a stunning facade. The Creaton system is geared towards quick and easy installation. The tiles were fixed onto the Classic BAS vertical continuous carrier rail.
Cedar cladding, the ideal choice for luxury eco-home in Dorset

Cedar cladding, the ideal choice for luxury eco-home in Dorset

Vastern Timber

Fir view is a new-build luxury eco-house set in a wooded area on the Devon Dorset border. Architects Mark Camillin and Liam Denny had a vision for a contemporary design that blended sympathetically with the area of natural beauty within which the plot is set. Getting the exterior facade right was of great importance to them and the authorities and all parties settled on cedar cladding as the ideal option. Mark and Liam decided on vertical halflap cladding and selected our air dried Canadian cedar cladding because of the lack of knots and stability.
Slim Linear Office Lighting for a Modern Office Refurbishment. Vintry Building, Bristol.

Slim Linear Office Lighting for a Modern Office Refurbishment. Vintry Building, Bristol.

299 Lighting

Our team were approached to provide the lighting design and supply for the 5th and 6th floor. 299’s team worked closely with all parties involved on the project- the designer, main electrical contractor, property surveyor and the tenant. The project was delivered by the local electrical contractor Avon Lea. The Lopen Suspended in standard black was used in the open plan offices and the Lopen Recessed Trimless fitting was used in the meeting rooms.The project was delivered on time and to the client’s satisfaction. On our recent visit to the site we received many positive reviews.
Northlight Leisure Box

Northlight Leisure Box

DYNAMIK Sports Flooring

This project is a collaborative effort of many different parties to enable many facets of the community. It was partly funded by Burnley Football Club and grants from funding bodies including Sport England. DYNAMIK worked alongside Barnfield Construction to create the sports facilities including a four court Sports Hall installed with a DYNAMIK area elastic sprung sports floor finished with Tarkett Veneto Sports Linoleum, an ideal solid synthetic surface for sporting and community use. The Dance Studio was installed with a DYNAMIK sprung sports floor in Oak.
Motcombe Memorial Hall, Dorset

Motcombe Memorial Hall, Dorset

Custom Audio Designs Ltd

Motcombe Memorial Hall is a busy community hall in North Dorset, catering for a diverse range of activities from Scouts, Parish Council meetings and Pilates to Toddler Groups, as well as being a popular venue for weddings and birthday parties. The building consists of two halls, the Main Hall, built in 1928 and the Pavilion, a modern glass-fronted extension added in 2008. Unfortunately what was gained in capacity was lost in functionality, ‘…no-one could hear a thing’ due to excessive reverberation. The solution? several EcoTile Phonic acoustic panels were fitted to the Pavilion’s high vaulted ceiling.
Royal Star & Garter, Richmond Hill

Royal Star & Garter, Richmond Hill

CCL Building Products Ltd

London Square's development of luxury apartments in a stunning Grade II listed building in Richmond Hill required wetroom drainage and waterproofing solutions for 98 bespoke wetrooms, suitable for installation onto the timber floors. A Modular Wet-Floor system was specified into each apartment and the drainage was connected to the tail of a waste pipe installed by a third party. Each bathroom had an 18mm ply sub floor installed RIW Tilesafe and FWM were used to fully tank the wetrooms . Contemporary Stone-Infill Grills in a variety of lengths gave the wetrooms a stunning finishing touch.
Timber bifolds, French doors, FunkyFront, windows & fixed glazing

Timber bifolds, French doors, FunkyFront, windows & fixed glazing

Kloeber UK Ltd

Project – 2 luxury residential homes Client – local property developer Spec – PAS24/ Secured by Design timber products throughout Products – flush casement windows, fixed panels, FunkyFront doors, KustomFold, French and single doors Project value – £80,000 Package – survey, supply and installation This developer chose Kloeber as a supplier and installer following a recommendation. A meeting at the developer’s office took place to consider all the technical details. Kloeber produced indicative drawings to ensure all parties worked together to achieve the best structural and aesthetically pleasing detail to the properties.
Olympia Theatre, Glasgow

Olympia Theatre, Glasgow

T.I. Dynamic Facades

In 2012, T.I. Dynamic Facades successfully completed a project alongside Page Park Architects and RIG Cladding Co. which saw the £10m development of the iconic Olympia Theatre in Glasgow. Strong communication and collaboration between the involved parties meant that the project was delivered in a smooth, timely manner and to the high expectations to which we operate. For this historic building, our Honed Black Aerolite Granite (300m²) range was selected in order to bring this building back to life, whilst maintaining the authentic appearance... *For the whole case study, please visit our website*
Office Lighting for a Stylish CAT A Fitout. Birchwood Building, Leatherhead, Surrey.

Office Lighting for a Stylish CAT A Fitout. Birchwood Building, Leatherhead, Surrey.

299 Lighting

The transformation of the commercial property Chaucer House situated in Leatherhead Office park, sees not only a complete remodelling of the entire courtyard building but also its complete brand re-positioning. The interior architect and consultant liked the contemporary look and the performance of the Rio Suspended. To tie the lighting with the rest of the interior design, all suspended lighting was specified in a contemporary matte black finish and upgraded with DALI dimming. Our team worked closely with all parties involved on the project, the interior architect, consultant and the electrical contractor, ensuring the successful completion of the project.
Christchurch Gardens, London

Christchurch Gardens, London

Furnitubes International Ltd

Products designed, supplied, and installed by Furnitubes at Christchurch Gardens include bespoke wall-top seating and steel-framed boundary screens including a wire system for climbing plants and with integrated illuminated signage explaining the historical background of the site. Material quality was of paramount importance to all parties, and steelwork was finished in a specialist bronze coating in keeping with this high-profile site in the heart of Westminster. The scheme presented the further challenge of being delivered during the 2020 Covid lockdown, with Furnitubes’ installation works conducted under strict health and safety controls. The redeveloped site opened to the public in autumn 2020.
ROSEMOUNT APARTMENT CONVERSION EXCEEDING NEW BUILD STANDARDS!

ROSEMOUNT APARTMENT CONVERSION EXCEEDING NEW BUILD STANDARDS!

Hush Acoustics

Hush Acoustics were called to Douglas, the capital of the Isle of Man and home to a beautiful mid terraced property recently converted into 4 spacious apartments over 4 floors. The apartments are situated very close to the road and after spending time inside, some road traffic as well as public background noise could be heard from inside the property. It was important to ensure appropriate acoustic measures were carried out when converting this existing property into apartments and that the party walls and/or ceilings met the required standards for conversion under the Building Regulations, Approved Document E.
Jacksons Fencing supply cranked posts with vertical bar railings for the newly built Buttons Pre-School

Jacksons Fencing supply cranked posts with vertical bar railings for the newly built Buttons Pre-School

Jacksons Fencing

With approximately 20 children and staff onsite during open hours; ensuring complete safety for all parties was a key requisite for the project. Recognised as a leading perimeter security specialist Jacksons were identified as the right company to design and supply both a vertical bar fencing solution and timber palisade alternative for both the perimeter and internal areas of the school. Supplying over 60 x 1m high Sentry fencing, the system was mounted on top of the existing 1m high boundary wall using our bespoke designed cranked fence posts whilst also being stepped to accommodate the sloping ground.
130 Spectus Vertical Sliding windows have been used in the refurbishment of Sovereign Park House in Harrogate. The prestigious Grade II listed building is set in a conservation area covering 17 acres

130 Spectus Vertical Sliding windows have been used in the refurbishment of Sovereign Park House in Harrogate. The prestigious Grade II listed building is set in a conservation area covering 17 acres

Spectus Window Systems

Spectus Vertical Sliders were identified as the windows that would deliver the aesthetics required for a building in a conservation area and provide more thermally efficient and improved sound insulation for the occupants. The Spectus specification team worked closely with all parties to develop the technical designs and specification approvals of the windows. The comprehensive Spectus in-house commercial design facility provided exacting information that covers WER’s, structural, window loading and load bearing calculations and detailed section specification. Furthermore, sample windows were provided to help support the planning application. The finished result has transformed the exterior of the apartments.
Maldron Hotel, Cardiff, Wales

Maldron Hotel, Cardiff, Wales

T.I. Dynamic Facades

TI Tiles International worked closely with all parties throughout the facade design and tender process resulting in the successful installation of our Creaton TONALITY® clay terracotta rainscreen system. Creaton TONALITY® has an extensive colour range and a wide selection of sizes which offer architects complete design flexibility. The tiles were supplied in various shades of red & grey to a modular design of 300mm high x 1175mm long resulting in a stunning facade. The Creaton system is geared towards quick and easy installation and for this project the tiles were fixed onto the Classic BAS vertical continuous carrier rail.
Marine Point, New Brighton Wirral, Merseyside

Marine Point, New Brighton Wirral, Merseyside

T.I. Dynamic Facades

TI Tiles International worked closely with all parties throughout the facade design and tender process resulting in the successful installation of our Creaton TONALITY® clay terracotta rainscreen system. Creaton TONALITY® has an extensive colour range and a wide selection of sizes which offer architects complete design flexibility. For this project the tiles were supplied in white gloss to a modular design of 200mm & 400mm high x 1600mm long resulting in a stunning façade with facetted areas. The Creaton system is geared towards ease and speed of installation. The tiles were fixed onto the Classic CLS vertical continuous carrier rail.
Axter waterproofing at Fulham Wharf

Axter waterproofing at Fulham Wharf

Axter Ltd

Fulham Wharf is a coveted London address with striking homes, amenities and landscaped areas alongside the Thames. The project design team relied on Axter to assist with the complex brief and challenging logistical and construction programme by providing bespoke waterproofing solutions comprising resilient, high performance materials for the variety of roof finishes required. Three core Axter waterproofing systems were chosen: Wilotekt Plus hot melt, Ecoflex single ply and Starcoat liquid membranes. Throughout, Axter's technical and QA departments and approved Axtershield installer ensured that the highest industry standards were applied and requirements of third party building insurers complied with.
Cambridge University, Selwyn College

Cambridge University, Selwyn College

Hacel Lighting Ltd

Hacel provides innovative luminaires to Selwyn College at the University of Cambridge. Selwyn College has been fully transformed after two years of extensive refurbishment and expansion work due to an increase in student numbers and the need for more accommodation. The multi-functional Diamond meeting room facilities was also upgraded with exclusive energy efficient lighting. Used as a conference room, concert hall and private party venue, the Diamond has been kitted out with a range of high efficiency Hacel LED luminaires, bringing together architectural style and innovation with outstanding performance to create an engaging and inspiring multi-functional meeting environment.
Non-Slip Decking | The Wave Boardwalk

Non-Slip Decking | The Wave Boardwalk

Gripsure (UK) Ltd

The Wave is a world class inland surfing lake set in the Gloucestershire countryside on the outskirts of Bristol. The Wavegarden Cove technology is capable of producing one thousand waves per hour, creating perfect surf for professionals and beginners alike. We worked closely with APG Architecture to find just the right decking for this exciting project. After visiting a number of sites where our boards are performing well in a similar environment, the design team specified Gripsure Classic. These boards feature three non-slip inserts giving an initial PTV of 100 which is the highest rated product in the range. The design team wanted to ensure the safety of surfers as they transitioned from dry and wet zones on the site. An APG Architect commented "Our biggest concern was safety and Gripsure managed to solve that". The Wave's mission is to get people back outdoors, enjoying physical activity and connecting with nature. Sustainability is at the heart of the project, with materials chosen for aesthetic beauty and low impact on the natural environment. Gripsure uses sustainable Scandinavian Vth grade European Redwood timber, carrying FSC or PEFC third party accreditation. Gripsure non-slip decking were installed on the central pier, giving guests the opportunity to watch the surfers in the lake. The clubhouse also features a first-floor terrace, with panoramic views of the site, making it an ideal spot to enjoy refreshments. Gripsure Classic was also used for boardwalks and seating areas in the nature reserve by the lake. Gripsure supplied a variety of sub-contractors on the site, making a number of deliveries throughout the build. They provided cutting advice, recommended spans and supplied lengths to minimise wastage. The team at Gripsure visited the site shortly after it opened in November 2019 for their team day and were delighted to see the finished project (and have a go, of course!)
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

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