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Summit Centre - Solar Panel System

Procter Contracts

The Taff Bargoed Climbing Centre has recently installed a solar panel system to the front of their complex. Due to the nature of the solar panels, they needed to ensure that no one could gain access into the area without permission. After a site survey, it was suggested by a Procter Contracts representative that they should have a 2.4m high pro-mesh fencing system. The system provided was installed with a 2m wide double leaf access gate to match. By carrying out the works it meant the solar farm was secured from the public to re-open the complex.

Apartment block Sint-Niklaas - Solar Shading Sliding Panels

Duco Ventilation & Sun Control NV

This external solar shading system with aluminium sliding panels in front of the glazing means the sun's rays do not get a chance to heat up the interior directly. DucoSlide also ensures maximum privacy by screening off the glazed areas, while maintaining the view outside. DucoSlide also adds value to the façade of the building from an aesthetic point of view. The slim and robust frame profile, light weight, fine louvre blades and aluminium colour of the panels, perfectly complements the colour of the building.

Prior Weston Primary School - Bespoke Solar Canopy

Able Canopies Ltd

Prior Weston Primary, located in the City of London, required a large south facing free standing canopy that would create solar energy for their school whilst also protecting their pupils from the elements. Able Canopies designed and installed a variation on the Kensington Dual Pitch, incorporating IPV (Integrated Photovoltaic) solar glazing panels into the roof panel design to provide a solar power facility for the school.

UWE Enterprise Zone

Bauder Ltd

The University of the West of England (UWE) quadrupled its solar generating capacity through the installation of 1,731 solar panels, enabling it to produce over 400 MWh of electricity each year and making it the largest solar panel array in the UK university sector.

New Altas Roof Lanterns

Trade Access Panels

Trade Access Panels are proud to announce the launch of the latest product to their range being the Atlas Roof Lanterns. Atlas are leading the way in rooflights offering an unrivalled contemporary, clean, modern range of Roof Lanterns in a variety of standard stock sizes with several colour choices. Glazing options are available in self-cleaning solar controlled glass. Roof Lanterns offer the perfect solution to gain light via any current flat roof while providing a modern contemporary image to any room. Less is more when it comes to Roof Lanterns.

Palestra Building

Briggs Amasco Ltd

Another environmentally friendly roof in the centre of London, with a fully insulated inverted roof incorporating solar panels giving both environmental and sustainable advantages.

Sherwood Elementary School

Longboard Products

This school designed by SAPP Design features many spaces for collaboration and areas that promote an active learning environment. Featuring Longboard® 6" V-Groove in Light Cherry, the most cutting edge feature of this project is that it is Net Zero capable. A Net Zero building is one that uses little energy and is powered completely by solar panels and/or wind turbines. This project will not initially include solar nor wind power, but will be a very low energy consumer, so the future addition of solar/wind power will make it Net Zero and completely off the utility grid.

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

Here East - Broadcast Centre

Guardian Glass UK Ltd

The design of the Here East Broadcast Centre in London promotes visibility between all areas of the building, whilst paying particular attention to the quality and performance of acoustics, ventilation, lighting and thermal performance. Each unitised cladding panel features two panes of heat strengthened laminate glazing, comprising a total eight laminate sheets. The ceramic frit is printed on the external sheet’s inner surface, and a layer of solar coating – to reduce solar gain and improve the performance of the glass – is applied to surface four.

1,000m2 Ecological, Air Purifying Roofing Refurbishment for a Library

IKO PLC

Dublin City Council were particularly interested in IKO Carrara’s exceptional environmental properties with its view to adding photovoltaic panels (PV) to the existing building. PV panels in combination with IKO Carrara have greater efficiency, up to 25%, as the performance of the solar cells increases during sunny periods, at a lower ambient temperature.

Linn Products

Bauder Ltd

The roof area was badly damaged by heavy storms, with all existing ballasted solar panels lifting off the single ply roof and destroyed beyond repair. The client needed the remedial work completed to fixed deadlines in order to comply with insurance requirements, and wanted to optimise the roof by replacing the pre-existing photovoltaic (PV) array with a solar solution that would deliver superior energy generation. The office also had to remain operational throughout the works, creating logistical challenges

Sheringham High School

Bauder Ltd

Sheringham High School is a secondary school with academy status located in Norfolk that underwent significant refurbishment to repair a number of its failing roofs. The client wanted the school’s campus to act as a benchmark for sustainability and therefore saw this as the perfect opportunity to achieve this with the addition of solar panels.

Triple-glazed roof windows for Passive House in North Berwick

Fakro GB Ltd

Another highly insulated, airtight home to use FAKRO roof windows is a self-build for Michelle Sutherland and Neil Thompson in fashionable North Berwick. 14 FAKRO FTT triple-glazed roof windows were specified for the home by Certified European Passivhaus Designer Julie Wilson of Dunbar-based Brennan and Wilson Architects. They were installed on the south-facing roof alongside solar PV and solar thermal panels, the combination of which provides high thermal efficiency and net credit on energy bills.

UNILIN Evola: laminated panels & HPL

Unilin Division Panels

For the refurbishment of its Dutch hotel, Van der Valk was looking for a solution for its rooms that was maintenance-friendly and had a lifelike wood look. They chose the Heritage Oak Light decor (H161 V9A) because it makes the hotel rooms feel cosy and welcome.

Waterfront House

Hacel Lighting Ltd

Stephen George + Partners has recently moved into their new award-winning office building. As designers of their new workplace, the architects at SGP set out to create a light and vibrant office with the purpose of increasing team collaboration and productivity. With the energy efficiency in mind, the 8,800 sq ft state-of-the-art building has been equipped with waterbased air-conditioning, natural solar shading, solar panels and water heating, the building is highly insulated and features LED lighting. Hacel were at the forefront in providing class-leading luminaires - combining architectural design with powerful performance.

Sybil Andrews Academy

Bauder Ltd

A brand new school on the outskirts of Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk was built to accommodate 1,600 students. The project was designed and managed by Concertus Design & Property Consultants on behalf of Suffolk County Council, who wanted the school to act as a benchmark for sustainability with the building’s roofs playing an integral part in achieving this through the inclusion of solar panels.

11 Freebournes Road

Bauder Ltd

A large derelict warehouse located in Witham has undergone major renovation to transform it into a storage centre for Essex County Council that will assist its services and benefit the local community. The refurbishment works were designed and project managed by Lambert Smith Hampton on behalf of the client, who wanted the building to act as a benchmark for sustainability with the roof playing an integral part in achieving this through the addition of solar panels.

Shenzhen Universiade Sport Center

Palram Europe Ltd

The challenge was to cover the 45000sqm stadium while designing a new architectural aluminum profile system for PALSUN panels. The system supports all architectural "crazy" designs and allows for thermal expansion, 0% slope and installation convenience (modularity). The 2010 Shenzhen Universiade Sport Center was covered with Palsun 8, 10 and 12mm weighing 550 tons, solar green, triangular shaped (8 different sizes). The architect’s original design was based on another Palram system based on screw fastening therefore, suitable for rectangular panels – expansion in one direction only. Triangular panels require a solution that allows for expansion/contraction in all directions (inscribed circle).

Lister House Primary Health Centre building, Harlow, Essex

Solinear Ltd

Client: Hutton Construction Architect: Camm Architects (Herts) Products: Solex Mallasol S and Halo 150 panel systems. Solinear was specified to design, manufacture, deliver and install a conceptual projecting façade element, consisting of Solex™ Mallasol S and Halo 150 panel systems, that provides solar protection to all the adjacent glazed areas, whilst also incorporating a fresh and attractive design to complement the modern construction of the new, multi-million pound, Lister House Health Centre building in Harlow, Essex. Click on link to read more.

4 Building Regulations You Need To Know Before Installing Loft Hatch or Access Panel

Trade Access Panels

Installing an access panel or a loft hatch is something which is very important when you’re looking to be able to do more with the space you already have within your home. However, there are certain building regulations you should be aware of when it comes to installing a panel or a hatch, as you need to comply with them. In order to make sure that you definitely understand these regulations, we’re taking a closer look at them here.

Gypsol HTC Thermal Screed Increases Efficiency

GYPSOL - LKAB

This case study features a high energy efficiency home built to achieve Code Level 6 under the code for sustainable homes. It included features such as photo voltaic roof tiles, solar panels and a low temperature ground source heat pump. The client required underfloor heating at both the ground floor and the first floor level which was to be supported with a standard concrete beam and block sub floor. 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.

Fielding Meadow, Ratby

H+H UK Ltd

The 36 homes on the Cawrey Homes’ Fielding Meadow development are built to level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes, using a ‘fabric first’ approach, with H+H aircrete blockwork, coupled with different renewable technologies. Air Source Heat Pumps deliver hot water and heating to underfloor pipework on the ground floors and radiators on first floors. Fabric heat losses are reduced by highly insulated ground floors, 200mm wide filled wall cavities and ‘green’ (sedum) roofs. Roof fins provide passive ventilation to reduce overheating in summer, solar PV panels generate electricity and energy efficient appliances are included in every home.

Laidlaw Library Leeds - Solar Shading

Duco Ventilation & Sun Control NV

In close consultation the decision to use DucoSun Cubic 300, combining functionality and aesthetics, was made quickly. The unique rectangular louvre blades in DucoSun Cubic 300 not only ensure that the heat from solar radiation gets absorbed efficiently, but they also give a sleek, linear accent which definitely adds architectural value. The blades of DucoSun Cubic 300 were installed vertically in front of the glass windows. Vertical solar shading guarantees maximum privacy, while still allowing an adequate outside view at the same time. Using DucoSun Cubic 300, we were able to achieve the desired aesthetics and performance requirements.

Clay Heating Panel

Clayworks Ltd

Clay and Wood Fibre Sandwich panels with inbuilt heating pipes heat the home by radiant heat. The panels can be fitted into the ceiling so that historical floors and ceilings do not need to be disrupted. The panels can also be fitted into the walls and have excellent thermal value.

Power Solutions, Wijnegem - Solar Shading

Duco Ventilation & Sun Control NV

There was a requirement to cut down directly incident sunlight, the idea came up to work with DucoSun Wing in front of the façade. These large, wing-shaped louvre blades were made of a black perforated sheet that was made in special non-standard sizes for this project. This system therefore works as solar shading on the one hand as well as fulfilling an architectural function on the other, which is a defining factor in the architectural appearance of the office building.

Living space as a power plant: Solar house

Hawa Sliding Solutions AG

The «Plus-Energie-Haus» constructed by the Technische Universität Darmstadt is a Solar Decathlon winner. The competition has been held each year since 2002 by the US Ministry for Energy. The task is to design and build a residential house to suit life that is self-sufficient with regard to energy. The houses must cover their entire energy requirements through self-produced solar power. Between two layers is a protected external area with sliding windows and folding slat shutters that can be opened and closed as needed. The folding sliding shutters are equipped with HAWA Variofold 80 H.

Solex Halo 100 Aluminium Canopy Solar Shading

Solinear Ltd

Solinear were asked to design, manufacture and install a canopy style solar shading system to mitigate solar heat gain and provide the building with a stunning front-canopy feature to make the modular building really stand out.

Acoustic Panels and History

Troldtekt A/S

A significant new building project has recently been completed at one of the National Trust’s most popular properties in Hampshire, Mottisfont Abbey. The new development, situated on the banks of the River Test, uses Troldtekt natural wood wool panels to improve the entrance facilities at this historic priory and country estate - visited annually by over 250,000 people. Designed by Burd Haward Architects, the new welcome buildings are arranged around a central courtyard, raised above ground level to avoid risk of flooding and impact on the existing flood plain.

Livingstone Brussels - Solar Shading Brise Soleil

Duco Ventilation & Sun Control NV

The elliptical louvre blades on the DucoSun Ellips 150 that are incorporated in the construction as a terrace cover, fulfil both a functional and an aesthetic role. "This type of solar shading system with its elegantly shaped blades, minimalist fixings, simple fitting system and the way that the shade tapers at off at the end with the inclination angle of the blades, fits seamlessly into Livingstone's architectural concept", states Archi 2000. "In addition the light grey of the DucoSun Ellips 150 reflects the light perfectly so that the blades blend in beautifully with the sky."

External Solar Control Film for NHS Building

The Window Film Company UK Ltd

This two storey premises features a predominantly glass front elevation and while the glazing provided welcome natural light and a view to the exterior, it also resulted in excess glare, making the internal environment unduly uncomfortable. The Window Film Company was engaged to provide a solution, using a specialist external solar control film to alleviate the issue. An external application was required as no internal access was available, with the chosen film reducing glare by up to 77% whilst allowing good levels of natural light to pass through the glass and without blocking the view to the exterior.

Medera Western Red Cedar Timber Solar Shading

Solinear Ltd

Solinear were appointed by Savoy and they worked alongside architect, Woods Hardwick. The Brief was to develop an attractive façade arrangement of horizontal Medera fins that not only provide sufficient solar coverage at peak summer periods but also allow sufficient light passage into the rooms during the cooler months.

Acoustic Panels Connect History

Troldtekt A/S

London’s so-called Loom building is full of stories that unravel and offer glimpses into its rich history. It is not often that architects, in this case Duggan Morris, have the opportunity to design a perfect link between both modern and ancient. One of the architects’ solutions was to use Troldtekt 2000 x 600mm natural wood wool acoustic ceiling panels. These provide an attractive link between the different spaces in this together with reusing many original old materials to restore attractive life into this previously neglected space.

Curved Solar Shade System at Hyde Park Corner Underpass

Dales Fabrications Ltd - Aluminium Eaves Products

Dales designed & manufactured curved aluminium solar shading units installed above digital advertising screens positioned over each side of the Hyde Park Corner underpass near Knightsbridge. The 260mm Shadex elliptical aluminium blade extrusions were rotated 45° and then curved to multiple radii horizontally before being manufactured into cassettes. The complete structure covers an area 15 by 13 metres with the cassettes bolted into cantilevered structural steels. Gary Newton, Director for Outdoor Plus, providers of the digital screens commented that the curved solar shades: “..certainly do finish it off to a very high specification adding to the overall high-quality aesthetic appearance”

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