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Metsec’s SFS steel framing system has helped to create a seamless finish to the façade of a new state-of-the-art custody centre and strategic policing hub for Devon and Cornwall Constabulary.

Metsec’s SFS steel framing system has helped to create a seamless finish to the façade of a new state-of-the-art custody centre and strategic policing hub for Devon and Cornwall Constabulary.

Metsec (voestalpine Metsec)

A requirement in Corstorphine Wright’s design brief was to avoid horizontal movement joints in the finished façade, which would have been the result had a traditional SFS Infill to concrete frame approach been taken. Working with Willmott Dixon at the early design stages of the contract, Metsec’s in-house design team proposed a continuous walling solution formed from SFS to support glazing and rendered elements that would form the external skin of the façade. Metsec’s solution included the use of fixing cleats to connect the SFS continuous walling to the structure’s concrete frame.
Metsec’s lightweight steel framing system, SFS, is being used in the creation of a new £346m riverside residential development in the Barking and Dagenham area of London

Metsec’s lightweight steel framing system, SFS, is being used in the creation of a new £346m riverside residential development in the Barking and Dagenham area of London

Metsec (voestalpine Metsec)

Fresh Wharf is being developed by Countryside, in partnership with housing association Notting Hill Genesis on a 10-acre, former brownfield site situated along the banks of the River Roding. Demolition of old premises on the site started in early 2018 and Phase 1 of the construction project commenced later that year. After this, construction of the new properties commenced in earnest, with the apartment blocks and townhouses being constructed. Installation was undertaken by sub-contractor, Stanmore, with Metsec using Revit to create the construction level design for the framing system at the early stages of the project’s conceptualisation.
Beacon Building, Staffordshire University

Beacon Building, Staffordshire University

Ash & Lacy

A project case study highlighting the Ash & Lacy complete through-wall solution, incorporating SFS through to rainscreen cladding
Bracknell Town Centre

Bracknell Town Centre

BTS Fabrications Limited

We were delighted to collaborate with Prater on the Bracknell regeneration project. The Marks and Spencer building was one of 6 blocks that we were involved in cladding. This building showcases BTS Fabrications’ Vantage SF Rainscreen in three shades blue, and white high gloss Alucobond. The combination of cladding and timber creates a stunning effect.
Whitehouse Health Centre - Milton Keynes

Whitehouse Health Centre - Milton Keynes

BTS Fabrications Limited

It’s the ‘Desert Mist’ powder coated finish that makes this project special. It’s a stunning two tone Adapta finish from their Patina range and is available with a warranty. The system is our CWCT tested Vantage SF (Secret Fix) Rainscreen. This new state of the art health centre was jointly funded by NHS England and Milton Keynes Council and we are proud to have been involved.
Bioscience building - Nottingham

Bioscience building - Nottingham

BTS Fabrications Limited

This is a stunning looking project in the center of Nottingham and features Approx. 1200m² BTS Fabrications’ CWCT tested Vantage SF Rainscreen Anodised in Anolok 541, along with Vantage IP soffits and wall panels. The building is in Nottingham’s creative quarter and will be used as a state of the art life science incubator. We were very pleased to be given the opportunity to work alongside Sage Roofing Ltd. who expertly installed the panels and we hope to develop our working partnership on future projects.
Streatham Hub

Streatham Hub

Dryvit – a brand of CPG UK Ltd

Streatham Hub is breathing new life into Streatham’s bustling high street. The mixed-used development comprises of 250 apartments, a 60,000 sqft retail Tesco store and 540 parking spaces. A total of 3,400m2 of Dryvit Outsulation Rail external wall insulation (EWI) system was installed. The Outsulation Rail insulated render system was fixed over SFS and cement particle board PMRB finish in a Sandpebble Fine texture was used in the colour China White.
Premier Inn - Walsall Waterfront

Premier Inn - Walsall Waterfront

RCM - Roofing and Cladding Materials Ltd

In 2012 the town of Walsall underwent a major regeneration. The Waterfront North site was developed and was based on 2.2 acres of brownfield land, where more than 300 homes and apartments, as well as a Premier Inn hotel were to be constructed. RCM were appointed by Whitbread to provide Y-wall, an advanced flexible calcium, silicate based fibre cement building board, for the construction of the Premier Inn. This was to be used as an external sheathing board, covering the structural steel frame, infilled with SFS steel.
Accoya chosen for bee pollination centre

Accoya chosen for bee pollination centre

Accoya

Exterior Accoya cladding has been selected by the University of Minnesota for The Tashijan Bee Pollination Centre. Designed by Architects MSR, 8,000 square feet of Accoya Burn and Brushed Black, coated in Delta Millworks ebony SF, features on the siding of the building and was chosen due to its durability and sustainable properties. Plus, in keeping with the ecological mission of the build, Accoya was the perfect fit due to its green credentials – thereby; the building meets the National B3 Sustainability standards as well as State of Minnesota Sustainable Building 2030 requirements.
External wall insulation and rendered rainscreen cladding combine on this new build regeneration project

External wall insulation and rendered rainscreen cladding combine on this new build regeneration project

SAS Europe Ltd

In the dockland area of Ipswich, Stoke Quay is a multi-million pound regeneration project with 386 new homes within 3 blocks. Achieving a Code For Sustainable Homes ‘Level 3’, Stoke Quay is constructed primarily from concrete and SFS frame, with the top floors of timber frames. This development shows the diversity and rapid installation of both the ProRend EIFS rail system and ProWall rainscreen cladding. Following our calculations of wind loads, u Values, specifications and CAD details, Building Control accepted our proposed systems and work began. SAS carried out 8 further site visits ensuring quality installation at all stages.

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