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Hereford Offices

Hereford Offices

Bathgate Flooring Ltd

New Purpose Built Premises For Acticare. This new build site offers Acticare facilities three times larger than they enjoyed before. 2596m2 of offices, workshops, product display and ancillary areas in the Hereford Enterprise Zone. Bathgate Flooring were pleased to be a part of this project. The Project – Raised Access Hereford Raised Access Flooring for this Hereford project included supply and install of 687m² of Flooring. This building features Raised Access Flooring Panels supplied and installed by Bathgate Flooring Ltd Contracts Division. These panels are manufactured in our own facility in Hereford under the brand of Permaflor.
100 Union Street, London

100 Union Street, London

Bathgate Flooring Ltd

The building features nearly 2,000 m2 of bespoke gravity lay raised floor panels. These are manufactured by Bathgate Flooring in our UK manufacturing facility. They supplied panels with a real maple lacquered finish. The complete development sees 4 floors of fully accessible maple finished raised floors manufactured to the PSA MOB PF2 PS/SPU British Standard Bathgate Flooring under the Permaflor brand. The complete installation included a full aluminum entrance mat bought and installed by Paragon Mat–Works and the complete raised floor was installed to an extremely high standard by SJ Durman Flooring.
Havas Media HKK

Havas Media HKK

Kingspan Access Floors Ltd

Havas Media Group is a global network of entertainment, media and communications agencies, that has recently opened its new ‘HKX’ village in Pancras Square, London to unite twenty-four of its UK operations in a stunning new European headquarters. Given the nature of the fast-moving office environment at Havas, the combination of 14,000m2 raised access floors and 3,000m2 of Attiro magnetic engineered timber (supplied by Fieldmans, one of Kingspan’s supply and install partners) allows for the easy reconfiguration of office layouts and furniture, as well as providing instant access to the underfloor void.
Hounslow Civic Centre

Hounslow Civic Centre

Bathgate Flooring Ltd

A Raised Floor System was nominated for this project in order to ensure full access to cables / services within the flooring. This provides greatest flexibility for the long term function of any commercial building. The stunning design was created by Sheppard Robson Architects who won a design competition in 2005 to create this building. The site was developed by Linkcity with their sister company Bouygues UK as the Main Contractor. Bathgate Flooring was appointed to manufacture, supply and install over 10,000m2 of PSA steel encapsulated panels to create the raised floor system over 7 floors.
National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick Campus

National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick Campus

Howe Green

Howe Green has supplied around 400 bespoke access covers to the £150 million National Automotive Innovation Centre (NAIC) being built on the University of Warwick campus. The floor access covers were required to provide safe and easy access to building services concealed under the raised flooring. The bespoke 7500 Series Medium Duty Stainless Steel covers were specified by award-winning architects Cullinan Studio. A reduced depth was required to enable the access covers to be infilled with the same flooring used elsewhere in the raised floor system - calcium sulphate floor panels, with the stone pre-bonded
Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, East London

Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, East London

Howe Green

Architect Hawkins\Brown specified Howe Green 7500 Series Medium Duty Stainless Steel Floor Access Covers for one of the office spaces within BT Sport located at Here East, the new digital quarter for East London. The covers were required to address the challenge of easily and safely accessing drainage junctions located beneath a raised floor system in the corridors of the building. The 7500 Series were specified with stainless steel Z profiles to provide additional support to the access cover within the raised floor. The access covers were initially covered with plywood and then infilled with a vinyl flooring finish.
Kingspan Access Flooring Supplied For New Headquarters For York Council

Kingspan Access Flooring Supplied For New Headquarters For York Council

Kingspan Access Floors Ltd

Over 12,500m2 of Kingspan access flooring is being installed in new civic headquarters and customer service centre for York Council on the site of a grade 2 listed former railway station within the historic city walls. Northern Access Floors Director Steve Robson said: “The flooring in the redeveloped area is installed over listed floorboards, so a low cost, fit-for-purpose flooring system was required, Kingspan’s particleboard panels met those needs perfectly. The new build element of the project will have much more usage and the panels will be installed on concrete, so steel-encapsulated panels were specified.”
One Cavendish Place, London

One Cavendish Place, London

AET Flexible Space

1,500 sq. m of underfloor air conditioning and oak finish raised access floor was supplied to create a high level of air conditioned comfort on four floors of the property. O&H Properties were keen to differentiate the Building from others on the market and the ability to maximise the floor to ceiling height for a truly contemporary look was fundamental.
11-12 Hanover Street, London

11-12 Hanover Street, London

AET Flexible Space

Underfloor air conditioning and Nesite raised access flooring was supplied to this building in the year 2000 as part of a full refurbishment for Japanese developer, Taisei. The building is situated in the heart of Mayfair in a prominent location on the corner of Hanover Street and Pollen Street and features floor to ceiling glazing, granting excellent natural light and a generous 2.7m floor to ceiling height.
Access Flooring for Cheltenham Offices

Access Flooring for Cheltenham Offices

Bathgate Flooring Ltd

Access flooring once again was selected for this major £12 million building in Cheltenham. Bathgate Flooring manufactured and installed over 5600m2 of Panels to ensure that this Grade A office space offered the maximum flexibility. Products Used BGM 600 Steel Encapsulated Panels Constructing this Office Development is well recorded with a time lapse video of the entire project available through the Gloucestershire Live news story. Access Flooring is used in buildings like this to ensure that there is easy access to the services if needed. Simply lift up the floor panels and all the cabling is visible beneath.
196 Deansgate, Manchester

196 Deansgate, Manchester

AET Flexible Space

Five floors of grade A office space in the centre of Manchester. The refurbishment required a fundamental rethink to transform the building in decline, into a modern sought after commercial space. A new services strategy, using raised access floors and underfloor air distribution allowed the ceilings to be exposed and specific architectural features to be retained, whilst maintaining recommended floor to ceiling heights over the five floors.
16-18 Kirby Street, London

16-18 Kirby Street, London

AET Flexible Space

1960’s post war building fully refurbished in 2006. The building was enlarged and remodelled with extensions to the basement, ground, first and fifth floors. Underfloor air conditioning and Nesite raised access flooring was installed throughout the 7-storey building offering 26,000 sq. ft. flexible office space for speculative tenancy.
St Bernadette’s Eco-Friendly School, Scotland

St Bernadette’s Eco-Friendly School, Scotland

Howe Green

79 of Howe Green’s 7500 Series aluminium access covers were specified for Eco-Friendly primary school, St Bernadette’s in Antonshill. Council architects required a solution to access essential services housed in raised flooring including the school’s sprinkler network, hot and cold water supplies and electric and data cabling. The covers were installed by A. Andrews and Sons to cover a continuous run of 75 metres of floor space with additional multipart units also fitted onto adjoining legs. The access covers were designed to be in-filled with industrial grade carpet to match the surrounding area.
28 Savile Row, London

28 Savile Row, London

AET Flexible Space

Underfloor air conditioning and a bespoke Teak covered raised access floor by Nesite was specified for the height restricted redevelopment of this prestigious Mayfair accommodation. The works comprised a full internal strip out to the core, demolition of structural partition walls, removal of redundant mechanical and electrical services and plant, removal and re-cladding of the facade, installation of new M&E services, plant and lift.
Kingspan Flooring For New Civic Offices In Rochdale

Kingspan Flooring For New Civic Offices In Rochdale

Kingspan Access Floors Ltd

Nearly 13,000m2 of Kingspan access flooring is being installed in new civic offices for Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council being built by Sir Robert McAlpine. The Kingspan RMG steel encapsulated flooring has a finished floor height of up to 400mm to contain a range of M&E services, including a sealed air plenum system to provide air conditioning, pipework from a biomass boiler to generate sustainable heat, and further pipework carrying rainwater collected from the roof and recycled for toilet flushing. Kingspan began the installation towards the end of March and it is due to be completed in 20 weeks.
The University of Surrey Learning Resource Centre

The University of Surrey Learning Resource Centre

AET Flexible Space

Underfloor air conditioning system and Nesite raised access floor for the new four storey learning resource centre at the University of Surrey’s Stag Hill Campus. The instantly recognisable gold and bronze framed building achieved a BREEAM “Very Good” status and was designed to integrate with existing facilities. As the mechanical services were all installed at low level, removing the need for a false ceiling, and increasing headroom, the result was an overall space increase of 50% for the students.
The Cutty Sark, London

The Cutty Sark, London

Howe Green

Over 50 Howe Green 7500 Series access covers were made to order for one of London’s popular tourist attractions - The Cutty Sark, as part of an extensive refurbishment project. The aluminium covers were manufactured with bespoke Z-section supports to provide a safe, reliable route to essential ventilation ducting used to keep air circulating in what is effectively a large void under the historic clipper. The covers were fitted into raised flooring within the new museum facility. The 7500 Series are designed to withstand high levels of pedestrian traffic.
The British Library - F. Ball’s Stopgap Fill and Prime in The British Library’s good books

The British Library - F. Ball’s Stopgap Fill and Prime in The British Library’s good books

Ball, F and Co Ltd

F. Ball products have been used as part of the refurbishment of Grade I listed building, The British Library. Contractors had to install 800m2 of flooring in the second largest library in the world. When contractors arrived on the site, the old floorcoverings had already been taken up. Stopgap Fill and Prime was selected to fill in the gaps between the raised access panels and create a smooth, even, and primed subfloor. Styccobond F40 high tack dual bond adhesive, with its ability to provide a peelable bond for release underlays, was used to adhere the carpet in the library.
Station Square Parade, Colchester

Station Square Parade, Colchester

Buzon UK Ltd

Station Square Parade, located next to Colchester North Station is undergoing a substantial conversion from a large office building to 67 one and two bedroom apartments set around a terraced courtyard. Buzon UK have been commissioned to supply and install the DPH pedestal system to support 20mm Rucker Rowe porcelain paving to create an external courtyard and private balconies for many of the apartments. The DPH pedestal system offers excellent water control for raised external floors as the system allows for simple, fast removal of rainwater via access cavity and is fully adjustable from 17 to 1070mm.
The Stills (76 Turnmill Street), London

The Stills (76 Turnmill Street), London

AET Flexible Space

This comprehensive refurbishment of a drab, 1970s Government-owned office block (formerly Layden House) has transformed the façade and created 38,000 sq. ft of contemporary office space. The building sits on the original site of the Booth’s Gin Distillery, in an area known historically for industry and trade. Alongside the office space, a new co-working space will provide an area for the tenants and their clients to meet and work. On the roof a new communal garden will provide another collaborative space to interact, and enjoy views of London. The use of AET’s underfloor air conditioning systems, which sit within the new raised-access floor, has allowed the design team to maximise floor to ceiling heights throughout the new office space, providing light and airy work spaces. Flexibility was also a key consideration for this project, especially as much of the office space will be co-working space, where adaptability is crucial. AET’s underfloor systems have allowed the design team to maximise floor to ceiling heights throughout, providing light and airy work spaces. The Stills project team used AET’s CAM-C (floor supply, floor return) across the 1st to 5th floors, and the CAM-V (floor supply, high level return) system on the 6th floor. Conditioned air is distributed into the void beneath the raised access floor and is induced into the space via AET’s unique Fantile units, which fit seamlessly into the floor, and can be easily relocated. A total of 213 Fantile units were used across the 6 floors of office space. Room air is drawn back to the Conditioned Air Module (CAM) within the floor void via the return air path which is segregated from the supply air using flexible, fire proof baffle which is also easily reconfigured during the fit out works to suit the office layout above. The imminent arrival of Crossrail at Farringdon Station, which sits directly opposite the building, will make this office space even more desirable, and the transformation of the ground floor into retail and restaurant units will further rejuvenate Turnmill street and create an welcome addition to this conservation area. The project is due for completion in Summer 2020. Developer – The City of London/Homes England Architect – Hawkins Brown M&E Consultant – Peter Brett Associates Quantity Surveyor – Turner & Townsend Main Contractor – Gilbert Ash M&E Contractor – Michael Nugent
20 Red Lion Street, London

20 Red Lion Street, London

AET Flexible Space

Completed in December 2020, this redevelopment of an existing five-storey 1950’s office building in the heart of Holborn, includes a single-storey extension to the roof, an extension to the office plate to the rear by 3.5m, and an extensive internal reconfiguration. These renovations have created an additional 8000 sq. ft. of net internal area. For the 20 Red Lion Street redevelopment, there was a strong emphasis on creating, light, airy, and flexible office space. Using AET Flexible Space’s underfloor air conditioning system has allowed the project team to maximise floor to ceiling heights, natural light, and the adaptability of the office space. Working closely with M&E consultants, The GDM Partnership, AET’s CAM-C (floor supply, low level return) underfloor air conditioning system was specified to serve the newly built sixth floor. To ensure floor to ceiling heights were maximised a 200mm high raised access floor was installed within which AET’s unique TU350 slim line Fantiles™ were installed. Due to the proximity of the CAM unit to the exterior of the building, a perimeter return air path was used to maximise the supply air path. The sixth floor is glazed on three sides, meaning that solar gain was high, and that maximum air supply was needed to effectively regulate the temperature of the space. The C-35 Conditioned Air Module (CAM) is fed by an externally located, high efficiency heat pump which enables it to produce cool and warm air as and when required. The floor void is divided into supply and return air channels. Conditioned air is introduced into the space by the, floor recessed, Fantile™ units with spent, room air, drawn back to the CAM unit via passive, return grilles, which are also installed within the raised access floor. Fresh air is ducted into the return air path from a centralised air handling unit where it mixes with the room air, filtered and reconditioned helping the system to achieve high standards of indoor air quality. The newly built sections, including the bright and airy sixth floor office space, at 20 Red Lion Street has received an ‘Excellent’ BREEAM rating. Investor / Client / Developer – Mayfair Capital Architect – ORMS Quantity Surveyor – Doig+Smith M&E Consultant – The GDM Partnership Main Contractor – Orhcard Group M&E Contractor – Michael J Lonsdale
Profab Access Ahead of the Curve with Fire Testing

Profab Access Ahead of the Curve with Fire Testing

Profab Access Ltd

Profab Access Ltd, part of the Access 360 portfolio, is prioritising fire safety in buildings with the introduction of fire testing for both sides of its 4000 Series riser door range. Established in 2001, Profab Access Ltd is a leading UK manufacturer of wall and ceiling access panels and riser doors. The company employs a team of 71 and operates from a 46,000 sq. ft. manufacturing and distribution facility in Atherstone, Warwickshire. All aspects of the design and manufacturing process are carried out onsite.
Three brands, one objective – safe access all areas

Three brands, one objective – safe access all areas

Profab Access Ltd

Three of the UK’s leading access specialists have come together to form the Access 360 portfolio, providing a total manufacturing solution for roof, ceiling, wall and floor access products for the construction industry. Access 360 comprises Bilco UK, Profab Access and Howe Green. These well-established brands all have a strong reputation for delivering innovative solutions to address the challenges of safe access within a building or external environment.
Antibacterial Paint bespoke access panels

Antibacterial Paint bespoke access panels

Trade Access Panels

We can make any size and shape access panel: Antibacterial Paint Special Antibacterial Paint available with the added benefit of an effective antibacterial agent which kills most species of bacteria, including the deadly MRSA, Salmonella, E coli and C difficile. Ceramic Tile Doors Plasterboard Faced Metal Faced Loft Hatches Fire Rated Acoustic Rated Airtight Rated Smoke Tested Special Paint Colours for your Project needs. Available Panel Sizes: 100x100mm to 3000x8000mm
Introducing Our Germ Resistant Access Panel

Introducing Our Germ Resistant Access Panel

Trade Access Panels

As well as offering our customers a bespoke service in which we can offer any size and any shape access panel, we are now adding Antibacterial Powder Coating as an addition to our extensive range of products. It is available on all our Metal Faced Access Panels and features an effective antibacterial agent which kills fungi and most species of bacteria including the deadly MRSA, Salmonella, E coli and C difficile.
How to Choose Access Panels for Walls & Ceilings

How to Choose Access Panels for Walls & Ceilings

Trade Access Panels

This guide on the different variations of Access Panels, will help you decide which one is best for you.
IVC Commercial Solutions Fulfil the Flexibility Needs of Birmingham Workplace

IVC Commercial Solutions Fulfil the Flexibility Needs of Birmingham Workplace

IVC Commercial

Carpet Tiles, Luxury Vinyl Tiles and Heterogeneous Vinyl floors from IVC Commercial have been used throughout the interior of a leading Birmingham workplace provider.In a refurbishment scheme over three phases some 2,500m2 of Birmingham office space, Carpet Tiles, Luxury Vinyl Tiles and Heterogeneous Vinyl solutions from IVC Commercial feature within a scheme designed to bring fluidity across the layout. Designed by Overbury, the flooring scheme features river-like organic shapes cut into angular geographical lines. This demanded floors that flowed well together and that had the flexibility to sit with adjacent products across complimentary palettes. The Overbury design team turned to IVC Commercial, choosing Art Style and Art Exposure carpet tiles, IVC 55 luxury vinyl tiles, and Nomad and Isafe 70 heterogeneous vinyl. IVC Commercial’s installation solutions were also used within the project with Flexpro self-adhesive underlay and Invisiweld seamless technology.Katy Boulter, senior project designer, Overbury, comments: “IVC Commercial’s portfolio gave us the flexibility to create the patterns and palette we wanted to achieve for the layout within a reasonable cost.”With ventilation through raised access flooring, contractor The Commercial Flooring Company also had to accommodate vents and access, directly bonding onto panels to ensure that any service elements were as concealed as possible. Creating a comfortable and relaxed feeling that supports productivity, the design team selected the organic design of Metallic Path 979 and Popular Attraction 959 carpet tiles. Using a charcoal grey base, the carpet tiles deliver a complimentary pairing that have been used throughout working, meeting and collaboration areas. For congregation areas, breakout zones and the reception, three IVC luxury vinyl tiles were selected. IVC 55 Cloud Stone, IVC 55 Impressive Santa Cruz wood plank and IVC 55 Expressive Bohemian rustic wood chevron are natural designs that connect to the theme’s organic overtone. Installed on Flexpro, a self-adhesive underlay that is quick to install and achieves a comparable height to carpet tiles for easier transitions, these floors provide a durable and easy to maintain solution. In IVC 55 Impressive Santa Cruz and IVC 55 Expressive Bohemian, the space benefits from a true-to-life wood texture and matt finish that can withstand the demands of modern working environments.Flex Pro was suggested by The Commercial Flooring Company as Nathan Ware, managing director, explains: “After installing one floor with a fully prepared system over the RAF (raised access flooring), the client decided that for the remaining floors they wanted to regain use.“IVC Commercial put forward Flex Pro as the ideal solution for installing on raised access flooring and we worked together to get a specification that delivered the perfect height to transition fluidly from LVT to carpet tile. Our installers were delighted with the speed and ease of installation that the system gave.” Main thoroughfare areas enjoy the seamless look of Invisiweld installed heterogeneous vinyl in modern concrete and terrazzo looks. Nomad loose lay acoustic flooring, featuring in two colours of the concrete look Oxley, provides 20dB of impact noise reduction for a quieter environment. Isafe 70 adds heightened slip-resistance underfoot with TRRL 36+ performance in the terrazzo of Coronet and Cyclone Concrete. By using Invisiweld, The Commercial Flooring Company was able to install the floors next to the IVC 55 luxury vinyl tiles without metal or plastic transitions creating a clean transfer that gives a more organic and fluid appearance. Katy Boulter, concludes: “The client loved the finished outcome, and given the complexity of the design the products performed very well.”A total of 2,500m2 of performance solutions from IVC Commercial were installed at the Birmingham workplace, completed in July 2020.For further information, www.ivc-commercial.com
Bloomberg

Bloomberg

Kingspan Access Floors Ltd

Bloomberg’s European Headquarters opened with excitement in October 2017. The marquee building in the heart of London provides new o?ce space for Bloomberg’s 4000 London based employees. We installed over 37,000m2 of Kingspan raised access ?ooring and 34,000m2 of Kingspan Attiro real wood engineered ?oor. The combined systems allow quick and easy access to the steel encapsulated ?oor panels and the under?oor void whilst delivering 98.5% score against the BREEAM sustainability assessment method.
V&A Dundee

V&A Dundee

Kingspan Access Floors Ltd

V&A Dundee, the £80 million museum rated ‘Excellent’ at its design stage BREEAM assessment, was designed by Kengo Kuma & Associates with PiM.studio Architects and James F Stephen Architects. Maurizio Mucciola, Director at PiM.studio Architects: “Kingspan RMG600 and Attiro was used on the second-floor circulation, foyer and galleries. The raised floor and Attiro system was chosen to provide flexibility, especially to the gallery spaces which might need to be reconfigured for different exhibitions.”
Floor Access Hatch - Heathrow Airport

Floor Access Hatch - Heathrow Airport

Surespan

Surespan has manufactured and supplied a large access hatch in the engine house of Heathrow Airport’s new terminal five. The three leaf hatch – which measures 6 x 3 metres – can take up to 5kN/m² loading. It has an electric actuator opening which can be activated remotely and is fire rated for up to two hours. Bill Burke,C ontracts Manager at Heathrow Airport said: “We were very impressed with Surespan’s proactive approach throughout the whole project.The hatch has been well received by the authorities at Heathrow”
SAC Flush Floor Access Cover - Doha

SAC Flush Floor Access Cover - Doha

Surespan

Surespan manufactured this SAC Aluminium, single leaf, flush floor access cover to fit structural opening 1000 x 1000mm. The access cover comes complete with gas spring assisted, Aluminium chequer plate lid which locks in the open position with a safety hold open stay to prevent against accidental closure. Should any water pass the seals, it will be dispersed via an integral drainage channel. The lid is held shut by a heavy-duty Grade 316 Stainless Steel ‘slam action’ cab lock and can open from both sides with the use of a removable ‘Tee’ key., for safety. Finished Self-colour Aluminium.
The Hoxton (Wedge House), London

The Hoxton (Wedge House), London

AET Flexible Space

The Hoxton, Southwark, is an ambitious new refurbishment of a former social security office located on London’s south bank. The Hoxton Hotel incorporates 192 hotel rooms, restaurants, bars and function rooms, as well as 4,000 m2 of flexible co-working office space, the all within a sleek and contemporary building. The first two storeys of the new building contain public areas for the hotel. Six floors of hotel rooms provide 192 rooms, and a further five floors of flexible office space provide new offices for start-ups and sole traders, with a winter garden breakout space for workers to mingle on the 12th floor and a 14th-floor, top-floor bar and restaurant. AET’s flexible and adaptable CAM-V underfloor air conditioning system was identified by the M&E consultants Hoare Lea and subsequently chosen by the project team as the most suitable solution for the 5 floors of office space. The Hoxton Hotel office space will primarily be used for co-working, with regular changes to layout and function, therefore finding and air conditioning system that could be easily adapted to the ever changing needs of the space was essential. AET’s modular Fantile units fit seamlessly and can be quickly and easily relocated. AET’S UfAC systems make use of the void beneath the raised floor void, as a plenum, where conditioned supply is distributed, whilst drawing spent room air back to the Conditioned Air Module (CAM) unit at high level by way of return air grille. The conditioned air is delivered into the space, by induction, via AET’s unique Fantile units, which fit seamlessly into the sub-structure of the raised access floor, and can be quickly and easily relocated at any time. As the floor plenum is 100% supply air the CAM-V system offers maximum flexibility to the space in terms where the Fantile units can be placed, allowing for effortless reconfiguration depending on the particular needs of the layout office. The standard TU4 Fantile units were used throughout the majority of the office space, while AET’s specially designed slimline TU350 Fantile units were used within the central break-out and kitchen areas on each floor. This was due to a reduced 170mm floor void in these areas, which was a result of the design of the building’s structure. Developer – Enismore (The Hoxton Group) Architect – Lifschutz Davidson Stanilands M&E Consultant – Hoare Lea Quantity Surveyor – Gardiner & Theobald Main Contractor – Kier M&E Contractor – Jll Ltd.
How to move a floor access cover safely and easily

How to move a floor access cover safely and easily

Howe Green

By using a pair of Howe Green Access Cover Skates you will make light work of moving heavy access covers! Health and safety is a major consideration for all building owners, facilities managers and contractors. The Howe Green Access Cover Skate removes the need for operatives to manually move heavy manhole covers and access covers when accessing concealed services. By reducing the requirement to handle heavy objects the risk of injury is greatly diminished. With up to a 300-kilo lift from each Howe Green Access Cover Skate you will benefit from a powerful floor access cover lifter.
Raising the sustainability of an Elizabethan Church in the Lake District

Raising the sustainability of an Elizabethan Church in the Lake District

Selectaglaze Ltd

Jesus Church had Selectaglaze secondary glazing installed by partner Fenestral, to raise the thermal efficiency of its thirteen lancet shaped stained glass windows in the north and south walls. The heating of the church is run on an antiquated oil-fired system which takes time to warm up the building. Once heated, a great deal of the energy was lost through the original windows. Special timber grounds were produced with enlarged gothic curved heads. By fitting the units nearer to the reveal, the primary windows are beautifully framed and the 13, Series 41 side hung casements have clearance to open.
How NOT to fit a Wood Floor

How NOT to fit a Wood Floor

The Solid Wood Flooring Company

The crown line for the Herringbone E931 has been set out very well, however the floor has not been protected and the equipment has been left on the new floor.The actual floor will easily get damaged and the client will probably end up with a damaged floor and probably expensive repairs because of the lack of care.What should happen is that the floor should be covered at all times, and the site kept clean, with adhesive and other equipment kept off the new floor, that has been fitted
The Gherkin, Restaurant Floor 39

The Gherkin, Restaurant Floor 39

Ryebrook Resins Flooring Ltd

Following Ryebrook Resins’s successful installation at the London St Pancras Grand Champagne Bar, Searcys who operate on the top 3 floors of The Gherkin building contacted us once more to install our Ryeflor RT liquid polyurethane based floor finish to their 140m2, 39th floor restaurant kitchen in a dark grey colour. This rapid curing environmentally friendly finish is ideal for operational kitchens where down time is at a premium.

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