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St Michael's Primary School

St Michael's Primary School

Procter Contracts

Quote from client: “We worked with Procter fencing on a £7.5m primary school in Larkhill, north of Salisbury. This project comprised of boundary fencing, sports pitch fencing, Armco barriers and timber cladding to the sprinkler tank and bin store along with the full range of street furniture. Procter were great to work with and along with the operatives, would do anything to help the team and work together effectively. I would definitely use Procter fencing again for a range of supply and installation purposes.” Connor Taylor BSc (Hons) Graduate Site Manager
St Edmund's Terrace Walk On

St Edmund's Terrace Walk On

Roofglaze Rooflights Ltd

A residential multi Pane walk on rooflight over a swimming pool.
St. Andrews Square, Edinburgh

St. Andrews Square, Edinburgh

Sotech Ltd

Over 700 Bushed Nordic Royal Copper fins were supplied on the project. Chosen because it changes the appearance of the building as the sun moves across the sky, each copper fin had to be rotated 1 degree further than the previous fin in order to create the casting shadow look. This posed an exciting challenge for Sotech’s technical and manufacturing team as they not only had to create a bespoke jig to manufacture the fins, but care had to be taken to ensure the direction of the ‘grain’ was maintained across the final look.
St Johns School Maidstone

St Johns School Maidstone

RENOLIT Cramlington Ltd

During the initial meeting with the architect it was found not copper green but copper brown was chosen to match the existing. The project would also have 2 extensions/phases at different stages. During 1st phase, the decision to carry on with the second phase was made. All existing contractors were nominated to carry out the 2nd phase. During all works on phases 1 and 2, contact was kept with the architect and was informed that decision was made to re-roof the existing buildings. All works were carried out successfully.
St Mawes hotel in Cornwall

St Mawes hotel in Cornwall

RENOLIT Cramlington Ltd

A small green roof installed by a new contractor in the height of storm season
Pondwick's Close, St Albans

Pondwick's Close, St Albans

Fixfast Ltd

The Fixfast living roof retention system has been used as part of a stunning Sky Garden green roof installation in Hertfordshire, which recently featured on Grand Designs. 175m of 100mm EdgeGuard aluminium retention angles surround the perimeter of the living roof, preserving its unique appearance, and maintaining the integrity of the gravel fire breaks.
CBRE, St Martin's Square

CBRE, St Martin's Square

record uk ltd

CBRE wanted to replace their existing automatic doors at the front and rear of their newly refurbished building with stylish doors which are safe, reliable and ensured effortless pedestrian flow. Two record K41 stainless steel four-leaf revolving doors constructed from glass to provide a modern, minimalistic look were installed. A stainless steel swing door complete with a record DFA 127 operator has also been installed next to revolving door at the main entrance to provide a wider opening for disabled access and deliveries of large, bulky items to the premises.
St Catherine’s College, Ainsworth Centre, Oxford

St Catherine’s College, Ainsworth Centre, Oxford

Proteus Facades

A new state-of-the-art Graduate Centre and student accommodation pavilions at St Catherine’s College, Oxford, have become the latest developments to feature eye-catching Proteus HR cladding panels, manufactured by Proteus Facades. The new Ainsworth Graduate Centre is a striking circular design yet one that sits harmoniously in a location steeped in history. The building resides on the site of the original Grade I listed campus designed by renowned architect Arne Jacobsen.
24 St James Square, London

24 St James Square, London

AET Flexible Space

AET Flexible Space was specified to supply its innovative CAM-V underfloor air conditioning (UfAC) system for the refurbishment of 24 St James’s Square, completed in early 2020. The design brief was to maximise floor-to-ceiling heights and enhance the double aspect interior. One of the key challenges was the need to preserve key architectural features, whilst at the same time providing, flexible, modern, premium office space. These needs could not have been met using a conventional overhead system, which would have taken up valuable headroom and created awkward junctions where window heads met suspended ceiling grids or exposed services. Using an underfloor air conditioning system enabled the architects, BLDA, to eliminate ceiling-based services allowing for a plasterboard ceiling to be installed tight against the soffit and down stand beams. Thanks to the AET system, key architectural elements of the building were preserved, as well as increasing natural light levels and enhancing the striking double-aspect interior. “The AET downflow units promptly stood out as the obvious candidate for several reasons, including having the absolute minimum requirement for floor void height, and offering excellent distribution of cooling, heating and ventilation evenly across the whole floor whilst reducing energy consumption.” – M&E Consultant, Vic Holloway (Edward Pearce LLP). AET’s UfAC system’s make use of the space beneath a raised access floor to create a ventilation path, eliminating the need for ceiling-based mechanical services helping to maximising the floor to ceiling heights creating a brighter and more and airy office environment. A mix of CAM-V22 & 33 units were installed across the eight floors of office space. Roof mounted high efficiency heat pump units serve the refrigerant coils in each CAM’s. Conditioned air is delivered into the space via AET’s market leading TU350 slimline Fantile™ units which sit 160mm within the floor void. To avoid unwanted grilles at high-level AET designed bespoke floor extract grilles that look identical to a Fantile™ units, to allow room air to be extracted directly from the floor void enabling the interior aesthetic to remain consistent and simplify duct routes within the buildings core. Common complaints from staff, prior to the refurbishment, were variations in temperature across the office space, high level cold draughts and a lack of natural daylight light. An UfAC solution however, provides greater individual control of localised temperature, unobtrusive movement of air and makes for a more comfortable, brighter working environment. The 24 St James’s Square project has already won the “Best Office Architecture London” award at the 2019 International Property Awards and has now very recently been awarded ‘Retrofit Project of the Year’ at the H&V News Awards 2020. The building is being let as Grade A office space by BNP Paribas Real Estate who advised the developer, Misland Capital, to consider AET’s system’s based on their positive experience with 28 Saville Row which AET completed in 2014. Developer – Misland Capital Architect – BLDA Architects M&E Consultant – Edward Pearce LLP Quantity Surveyor – Bank Woods & Partners Main Contractor – Cheevers Howard M&E Contractor – RSE M&E Services Letting Agent – BNP Paribas
ASF Stowe Balustrade Railings, Great Portland Street, London

ASF Stowe Balustrade Railings, Great Portland Street, London

Architectural Street Furnishings part of WB White Foundry

These railings were used on a roof terrace and lower floor balcony area. On the roof section the standard root fixed version was used, and a bespoke side mounted version manufactured for the lower floor balcony. These posts were cast in ductile SG iron to that they met and surpassed all loading requirements.
The Blue Anchor has called last orders in Fishpool St, St Albans

The Blue Anchor has called last orders in Fishpool St, St Albans

Selectaglaze Ltd

Osprey Development’s planning application was approved to convert The Blue Anchor into a two-storey four bedroomed home with remodelling and alterations to the single storey rear extensions including changes to the roof.
Accoya selected for St Johns Wood, London

Accoya selected for St Johns Wood, London

Accoya

Supplied and Manufactured by SB Joinery, Accoya was chosen for the windows, doors and French doors for these luxury apartments in St Johns wood. Coated using Teknos, Accoya was selected for the project due to its durability and stability. Accoya wood windows and doors are guaranteed to last for 50 years. Accoya was also chosen because it’s the ideal wood for the production of bespoke, classic or contemporary wooden windows and doors. Thanks to simple ease of use, tailoring the shape and finish of bespoke joinery is efficient and reliable.
Peaceful contemplative secondary glazed silence at St Patricks Church by Selectaglaze

Peaceful contemplative secondary glazed silence at St Patricks Church by Selectaglaze

Selectaglaze Ltd

The congregation at Grade II Listed St Patricks Church in Bolton, can worship without interruptions from the neighbouring bus interchange, with the installation of acoustic secondary glazing. 4 large gothic arched stained glass clerestory windows were treated with internal glazed units, stopping the ingress of the sound of stationary busses which can create 70-80dB. However the tricky window was the large chancery window overlooking the altar as 4.3m (h) x 3m (w). When now inside the church, the congregation would never know there is a bus interchange just outside; the acoustic secondary glazing treatment has worked miracles.
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.
University of Wales – Trinity St David’s, Swansea.

University of Wales – Trinity St David’s, Swansea.

Flexi Support Systems from Pump House

Products: Flexi light – flexi frames. Flexi heavy – flexi modular frames. Application: Smaller Air-handling units. Roof build-up: Inverted roof design. Pump House supplied a number of their flat roof plant support frames to the University of Wales new SA1 development, Trinity St. David’s in Swansea. The mechanical contractor chose Flexi Support Systems to support a number of air-handling units, where our flexi light and heavy duty modular frames were required. The flexible nature of our systems combined with even load distribution through our non-penetrative feet, provides the simplest and most cost effective method of support.
Regeneration Project – King St Link, South Shields

Regeneration Project – King St Link, South Shields

LIVING CONCRETE LTD

Project: Manufacture and installation of 200m2 of oversized bespoke GRC GAP wall panels. Client: Harris Partnership Architects, Kirkland & Bowmer, Muse Developments, Nexus, STC Project scope: Installation of 200m2 of 20mm x 3500mm x 1500mm GRC BTX concrete wall cladding panels in Tempest Grey colour to new and existing masonry walls and steel frame. The oversized bespoke GAP concrete panels with mitred edges were manufactured using GRC concrete, which is lighter and stronger than traditional concrete. The panels were fixed with anchor bolts and specialist adhesive to ensure extra secure installation and later polished and treated with specialist anti-graffiti coating.
Artificial Turf Case Study - St Dominic's Priory School

Artificial Turf Case Study - St Dominic's Priory School

TigerTurf (UK) Ltd

A disused MUGA is transformed by TigerTurf in Staffordshire. Artificial turf can be utilised in so many ways.
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School - Timber Canopy

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School - Timber Canopy

Able Canopies Ltd

Speltham Contacts Ltd. contacted us because they were working on a project at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Haywards Heath, West Sussex. They were undergoing a big extension to allow them to cater for 105 extra children. Morgan Carn Partnership Architects who were also working on the project, specified a curved free standing timber canopy with a polycarbonate roof system and aluminium guttering.
ULMA DRAINAGE SOLUTIONS AT IGUATEMI SHOPPING CENTRE IN SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL

ULMA DRAINAGE SOLUTIONS AT IGUATEMI SHOPPING CENTRE IN SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL

ULMA Architectural Solutions

KOMPAQDRAIN Traffic and MultiV200 compact channels have been installed at different heights
Lord's Cricket Ground Living Wall, St John's Wood

Lord's Cricket Ground Living Wall, St John's Wood

Biotecture Limited

As part of the new Warner Stand at Lord’s Cricket Ground in St John's Wood, the living walls help to provide a stunning backdrop to the concourse and prestigious hospitality suites that they adorn.
Mystique flooring installed at Marienhaus Klinikum St. Elisabeth

Mystique flooring installed at Marienhaus Klinikum St. Elisabeth

Polyflor Ltd

Polyflor’s Mystique PUR homogeneous sheet vinyl flooring in an assortment of vibrant colours was chosen for a 1,400 m² installation in the Department of Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine at Marienhaus Klinikum St. Elisabeth in Neuwied, Germany. Mystique PUR in sunny yellow shade Giallo and fresh green Alpi were used throughout patients rooms, communal areas and corridors. Over 100 inlay designs were also used throughout the department, featuring even more shades from the collection, such as Azurite, Ametista and Corallo. The flooring on this project was installed by Bomm Malerwerkstätte of Weitersburg.
Paving and Decking Supports - St Katherine's Dock, London

Paving and Decking Supports - St Katherine's Dock, London

Wallbarn Ltd

This was a major refurbishment and landscaping project for an office development in the City of London. A podium deck had been re-waterproofed and the area landscaped, by contractor Scotscape, with a mixture of hard surfaces, grass lawns, planters and borders. Wallbarn has a very wide range of pedestals for a variety of applications. So we were able to supply exactly the right pad to best support the 6 x 2” joists the landscaping contractor needed to hold their decking boards. The timber joists were fixed into a frame and rigid insulation placed into the cavities between the beams.
St Michaels and All Angels Church

St Michaels and All Angels Church

Glazing Vision Ltd

Situated in leafy north Oxford, this beautiful church forms a peaceful sanctuary for its parish and locals. The recently built front extension creates a new threshold for the church, encompassing a large multipart Flushglaze fixed rooflight from Glazing Vision. The rooflight works to fill the entrance lobby with natural daylight and helps to create a lofty, open space with character.
St Bronaghs Primary School, Ireland

St Bronaghs Primary School, Ireland

Hush Acoustics

Find out how we treated an award winning primary school in Restrover, Ireland.
St Lawrence School Case Study

St Lawrence School Case Study

Whitesales Rooflights

Whtesales Em-Glaze Modular case Study
International House, St Katherine’s Dock

International House, St Katherine’s Dock

Washroom Washroom Ltd

Washroom created the distinctive washrooms on four levels plus the new staff shower and changing area in the basement, all designed with the industrial heritage of the building in mind. Washroom manufactured and installed the vanity units which comprise a Corian worktop, individual countertop basins and inset waste bins set on a custom-made black metal frame. Washoom's full height Alto toilet cubicles were manufactured with a high pressure laminate finish in white, which together with its black high pressure laminate Concerto integrated duct panel system behind the WCs and urinals, creates a contemporary monochrome effect.
St James Road Apartments, Brentwood

St James Road Apartments, Brentwood

Ryno Ltd

Ryno Signature Composite Decking in 'Silver Birch' takes pride of place in this new Brentwood development, and is used across the private balconies and terrace space.
St. Matins Lane Hotel, London

St. Matins Lane Hotel, London

Bauporte Doors UK Ltd.

From its dazzling location in the West End of London, at the hub of Covent Garden, West End theatres and Trafalgar Square, St.Martins Lane is a dramatic and daring reinvention of the urban resort. Smart, witty and sophisticated, this luxury boutique hotel is a luminous jewel whose glowing yellow glass revolving doors and wildly popular Light Bar reveal Philippe Starck’s brilliant collision of influences - from the modern to the baroque - that suffuses the hotel with energy, vitality and magic.
KINGS COURT 34 ROSE ST, COVENT GARDEN

KINGS COURT 34 ROSE ST, COVENT GARDEN

TRC Windows

Covent Garden is a district in London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St Martin's Lane and Drury Lane.[1] It is associated with the former fruit-and-vegetable market in the central square, now a popular shopping and tourist site, and with the Royal Opera House. TRC windows has been awarded a 600 K pound project by Sir Robert McAlpine to deliver over 120 Single Glazed Heritage Sash Box windows and over a 100 Traditional Double Glazed Sash Box windows as Secondary Glazing for high-end residences at the new Kings Court development in Covent Garden.
Focus On Social Housing – St Matthews Estate, Brixton

Focus On Social Housing – St Matthews Estate, Brixton

Bereco Ltd

St Matthew’s estate in Brixton was a grey, crime ridden housing development constructed in the late 1960’s when two social landlords were brought on board by Lambeth council to remodel the estate. The redevelopment included 12 new zero energy homes for shared ownership which went on to win the Low Energy Building of the Year Awards in 2006. Bereco manufactured the energy efficient timber tilt and turn windows and patio doors for the new homes and were designed with top specification 24mm glazing systems to give optimal energy performance, without, the zero energy rating would not have been achieved.
St. George’s Retirement Village, Burgess Hill, West Sussex

St. George’s Retirement Village, Burgess Hill, West Sussex

Saint-Gobain Weber

High performance, one-coat, weberpral M through coloured monocouche render from Weber has been specified for recent new-build properties at St. George’s Park Retirement Village in Burgess Hill, West Sussex.
BBC DIY SOS - F. Ball products support BBC’s DIY SOS: The Big Build

BBC DIY SOS - F. Ball products support BBC’s DIY SOS: The Big Build

Ball, F and Co Ltd

F. Ball products have been used to install floorcoverings, as part of a life-changing residential refurbishment. Contractors began by priming the concrete subfloor using Stopgap P131 general purpose primer, before applying Stopgap Fast-Track 30 floor smoothing underlayment to level the rooms. Styccobond F73 PLUS heavy duty adhesive provided the high bond strength needed to secure Tarkett Primo Safe-t vinyl sheet and LVT. Plywood sheets were firmly affixed to the existing floorboard subfloor, and Stopgap 500 Micro was used to smooth over screwheads and the joints between panels. Contractors then installed LVT, again using Styccobond F73 PLUS adhesive.
Hand Dryer Case Study (Community Centre) - St Werburghs Centre, Bristol

Hand Dryer Case Study (Community Centre) - St Werburghs Centre, Bristol

Intelligent Facility Solutions

“They make the place more hygienic and people are less inclined to use toilet roll.” Jonathan Newey - Centre Director, St Werburghs Community Association. Based in St Werburghs in East-Central Bristol, they serve the local communities and communities of interest across the city. Managed by the St Werburghs Community Association, it aims to provide accessible and affordable meeting rooms and facilities for individuals, community groups and voluntary organisations. Rooms are offered within its characterful Victorian building or contemporary and eco-friendly Annexe.
Standard Life new development, St Andrew Square, Edinburgh

Standard Life new development, St Andrew Square, Edinburgh

Yewdale Corporation Ltd

Standard Life Investments’ new £75m development at St Andrew Square in Edinburgh, as with many modern builds, it is fronted with lots of glass. It looks amazing and delivers plenty of natural light, but often requires robust shading solutions to protect people from the sun’s glare and heat. The fit-out company opted to use YewdaleDefiant® R20 systems with side channels throughout, and the YewdaleDefiant® R20M with double bracket. This allowed the installation of a dimout screen fabric and a blackout fabric, which can be easily switched between at the touch of a button. Read more...
70 ST MARY AXE (Can of Ham)

70 ST MARY AXE (Can of Ham)

Ambar Kelly Ltd

Mace Group purchased the units directly and free-issued them to the steel frame contractor, VBH JV (a joint venture ofHollandia and Victor Buyck). Some of the units were 7m x 1.5m wide which Ambar Kelly designed to incorporate horizontal fire protection and drylined fire walls as part of the RiserSafe® system. This allowed for a group of shafts, or openings, to be combined into one unit, which reduced the number of trimmer steels and concrete beams required for walls, thereby reducing crane lifts and construction time. (Courtesy of James Reid Photography.
St George's Chapel - Westminster Cathedral London

St George's Chapel - Westminster Cathedral London

Ardex Ltd – Flooring, Tiling & Screeding products

1/2 million tesserae of Venetian glass and gold-faced tiles had to be fi xed to the 120m2 dome vault ceiling and supporting arches. The result was an outstanding mosaic depicting original artwork by the renowned artist Tom Philips CBE RA. Products used: ARDEX AM 100, ARDEX X 7 G, ARDEX E 90, ARDEX-FLEX FS

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