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Over half a century later Clement return to one of Bristol’s landmark buildings

Clement Windows Group

In the heart of Bristol’s City Centre lies The Pithay, now known as Programme. This immense building, originally built in the 1960s was tired and required refurbishment. After being acquired by Resolution Property in 2016 a plan was developed by Buckley Gray Yeoman, based on Resolution’s ambitious brief to revitalise the building. Clement Windows Group was chosen as the preferred company to manufacture and install the 510 new steel windows required. Clement were thrilled to win the job, particularly as the current Chief Executive Peter Clement’s father had installed the original windows back in 1966!

HERITAGE VERTICAL SLIDING SASH WINDOWS

REHAU Ltd

REHAU Heritage vertical sliders manufactured by specialist fabricator Roseview Windows were installed in a block of 12 flats overlooking Eastbourne’s seafront as a result of a successful planning appeal by the property’s owner. “While the conservation officer refused our original application in 2013, the material we provided during the appeal helped to convince him that the REHAU Heritage vertical sliders were a suitable choice and, now that they are installed, the windows look truly stunning.”

High rise development Manchester

Spectus Window Systems

Wilburn Basin is a brand new high-quality housing development of nearly 500 homes in four blocks ranging from 8 to 21 storeys. The main contractor Renaker specified PVC-U windows and doors because of its ability to deliver the aesthetics, performance and U values needed within the budget required. A total of 1,200 windows, including stacked/ribbon windows, plus 440 sets of French doors needed, the contract was a demanding one. The specifications were exacting too, with high levels of acoustic glazing required on elevations that were located next to busy roads, the railway line and retail park.

Clement steel screen creates the ‘WOW’ factor in this striking London apartment

Clement Windows Group

London based Granit Architects, chose Clement Windows to manufacture and install this fabulous two storey steel screen for this residential project in Clapham. Clement’s EB24 steel window system was specified for its slim, strong sections, allowing maximum light gain. The screen which included a multi point locking single door on the ground floor is polyester powder coated in RAL 9005 matt black and finished with a dark bronze effect handle.

Liniar's EnergyPlus 90mm window system

Liniar

When a fabricator was tasked with supplying the windows for a new build property that would provide outstanding thermal efficiency, noise reduction and security, without compromising on style, they seized the opportunity to put Liniar’s new 90mm system to the test.

Gentoo Low U-value Windows

Eurocell plc

As part of achieving higher levels of the Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH) and BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method), building designers are maximising thermal efficiencies on wider cavity widths by positioning the window directly over the cavity.

Drake's London

Crittall Windows Ltd

Haberdasher Street is the appropriately-named location for the new headquarters of Drake’s London, a firm that since the late 1970s has specialised in the design and manufacture of men’s ties. The choice of Crittall Corporate W20 windows was not a difficult one – given that the main section of the building dates from the 1930s it was a natural decision to choose steel windows as these would have been installed originally. The functions within the building include workshops where people handmake ties, requiring a lot of natural light.

Former Church gets new lease of life, after being renovated into four superb homes

Clement Windows Group

Sensitivity was key when renovating this property and the majority of the original features have been preserved. Original stone walls, lintels and cills have been repaired and impeccably replaced. The walls and roofs have been insulated and energy saving measures implemented to create a comfortable, efficient living environment. Although it was possible to restore some of the original fenestration, double glazed replacement steel windows were still required throughout the building. Clement were thrilled to manufacture these new steel windows and doors.

Former Church gets new lease of life, after being renovated into four superb homes

Clement Windows Group

Charters Property recently purchased this deconsecrated church and have transformed the building into a prestigious development of four fabulous homes. Sensitivity was key when renovating the property and the majority of the original features have been preserved. Various Clement ranges were used to meet the different requirements of the project - the Brooking range was used for the beautiful arch head windows on the front elevation, EB16 was used for other windows where silicone fronting was not required and W20 was used for the steel doors. Clement 2 and 4 Conservation Rooflights were also specified to let more light in.

Spectus delivers required specification for new build retirement village

Spectus Window Systems

Over 300 Spectus Elite 70 System windows were used in the construction of a new build retirement village in Chorley. Chorley Council commissioned a 65 apartment retirement village to provide those aged 55 and above with an independent living space with access to care and support. The development, Primrose Gardens, is part of the Council’s strategic masterplan. The Elite 70 System was able to meet the requirement & within the budget. It is a five- chamber system, which increases thermal performance, meaning it is capable of achieving a Window Energy Rating of A+ and U-values to 0.8W/m2K

Spectus vertical sliders student accommodation Brighton

Spectus Window Systems

This refurbishment of University of Sussex student accommodation in Brighton was part of a wider programme, which houses 124 students, new windows were specified. Spectus Vertical Sliders were identified as the windows that would deliver the aesthetics required for a building in a conservation area. SBD-accredited fabricator, Mercury Glazing were able to deliver the Spectus Vertical Sliders achieving U Value of 1.3W/m2K , which meant they would meet the thermal efficiency requirements. The specification for the solar shading glass was developed in conjunction with the Spectus technical team, with a final value of 4mm SN70/37.

BedZed Zero Energy Development, London

Rationel Windows

The Beddington Zero Energy Development (BedZED) is the UK's largest carbon-neutral eco-community – the first of its kind in this country; receiving prestigious awards, Civic Trust Sustainability Award 2004 and Housing Design Awards 2003.

Jubilee Wharf

Rationel Windows

Jubilee wharf is a recently completed mixed-use development in the heart of Penryn (Cornwall). The building themselves are a low energy sustainable design - super insulated and carbon neutral in operation.

Morley hospital

TRC Windows

The redevelopment of Atkinson Morley, a former hospital in Wimbledon in the London Borough of Merton. The site is located within the Copse Hill Conservation Area and includes the locally listed hospital building set among mature trees. The hospital was opened in 1869 as a convalescent hospital and it retained this use until WWII, when it became an internationally recognized neuroscience center. After it was closed in 2003, the building remained vacant until the site was acquired by Berkeley Homes in 2010.

1 Vere Street, London

TRC Windows

One Vere Street is an extensively redeveloped office building behind a handsome period facade. The property has been finished to an exceptional standard and boasts a number of interesting features including a structural glass staircase. The project was carried with Corley + Woolley. Structural alterations and Cat ‘A’ fit out over 5 floors on the corner of Vere Street and Oxford Street.

Grade II listed former Police HQ now home to the YMCA

Clement Windows Group

After many years of being out of use, the former police HQ (CID) building on Bridewell Island in Central Bristol has been renovated and is now the new YMCA Bristol hostel. John Perkins Construction carried out the work along with Ferguson Mann Architects and assistance from the Bristol City Council Conservation Team. Preserving the beauty of this Grade II Listed Building, which dates back to 1928, was paramount although it was vital that the completed building offered a modern specification for 21st century living. Clement Windows Group were selected to provide the new steel windows.

Accoya windows and doors in New Zealand

Accoya

This home built by Wok Stehr and his team in Howick was designed by Daniel Marshall Architects. The home incorporates stunning Accoya windows and doors that are large and some are raking and meet at obtuse angles. Accoya with benefits of outstanding durability and stability is able to withstand such design, making it possible to meet the requirements of the build.

New York's Whitby Hotel

Crittall Windows Ltd

New York City’s newest boutique hotel makes a bold statement in upper midtown Manhattan, thanks in no small part to the extensive use of Crittall steel windows, doors and internal screens and partitions. The Whitby is the second in New York opened by Firmdale Hotels, whose owners have already made a big impression in central London use fenestration from Crittall. Opened in late February, The Whitby’s position called for higher acoustic attenuation, so Crittall MW40 fenestration was selected. These windows can accept up to 30mm thick glazing providing excellent acoustic as well as thermal performance while maximising daylight.

Minnesota State Capitol selects Accoya windows

Accoya

A major part of the project was restoring the building’s original wood windows, which had been covered over with aluminum windows 30 years ago. The aging units—242 in total—had suffered from fogging, failing glass, air leakage, & broken balances that rendered them inoperable. Window manufacturer Re-View, were selected to restore the windows. Re-View restored the windows using restoration epoxies and replicated Accoya wood parts. Re-view chose Accoya due to its durability and 50 year guarantee. As forecasted at the start of construction in 2013, the work will be completed in June 2017.

11-storey new build, Salford Quays

Spectus Window Systems

More than 500 PVC-U windows were chosen for an 11-storey residential new-build, X1 The Exchange, close to the prestigious Media City in Salford Quays after the developer was presented with specification and costings that showed the material to be an economic alternative to the aluminium frames originally specified.

Accoya windows and doors in Paros Greece

Accoya

Accoya® wood has been used in a distinctive residence in Paros, a popular Greek Island in the Aegean Sea. Atlas Wood, joinery manufacturer from Greece supplied 92 windows and doors to complete this project. Accoya wood was specified for the project because of its exceptional stability, class 1 durability and extended coating maintenance cycles required for this all year round warm Mediterranean climate.

Poplar Public Baths

Crittall Windows Ltd

Crittall steel windows provided the original fenestration in the art deco Poplar public baths when they were built in 1934 in London’s East End. And weather-tight, energy efficient Crittall products were the ideal replacement when the Grade II listed building was refurbished and transformed into a state-of-the-art leisure centre that was re-opened this September.

Whether they are used internally or externally, Clement steel screens make a dramatic statement!

Clement Windows Group

This was an exciting project for Architect Emma Adams - an entire 1930’s house in Cambridge was to be upgraded with the addition of a large rear extension. Clement steel windows and door screens were chosen to totally revitalise the back of the house and also internally, with the addition of an interior screen between the kitchen and sitting room. The slim, black frames let in plenty of light as well as create a contemporary feel throughout.

De Amazones, Den Bosch - Window Ventilators

Duco Ventilation & Sun Control NV

Duco responds to the requirement to create a healthy as well as (acoustically) comfortable indoor climate by using self-regulating window ventilators in the form of DucoFit 50 ‘SR’, DucoMax ‘SR’ and GlasMax ‘SR’. “DucoFit 50 ‘SR’ lends itself perfectly for use on the lower floors of the tower blocks whereas DucoMax ‘SR’ and GlasMax ‘SR’ window ventilators are eminently suitable at heights between 20 and 40 metres.

A ‘full house’ of Clement steel door screens and partitions

Clement Windows Group

This North London family home has undergone a total transformation by our client Sara-Int Renovations Ltd. Two existing extensions have been demolished, the front entrance has been repositioned and the lower ground floor entirely rebuilt. The terrace off the living room was also reconstructed and now benefits from a spiral staircase which connects to the garden. The newly designed house showcases various styles of bespoke Clement steel window door screens and partitions, all with genuine T bars.

Windows, Doors and Monkey Habitats

Liniar

It all began with a double glazing business and an unusual request from a homeowner in 2011 for a ‘cat lock’. Formerly the owners of a successful double glazing business in Ipswich, Steve Vince and Peter Garlick had no idea then that they would go from a building a cat lock to the becoming the leading supplier of bespoke PVCu animal housing to animal welfare organisations across the UK. Click to read the full case study.

FAKRO roof windows for stunning bungalow conversion

Fakro GB Ltd

There can be no better recommendation for a roof window that one from your builder and this was the case with Tan Jeraj when choosing products for the conversion of his bungalow in Mitcham. The 1950s house has been transformed in a design he co-ordinated and project managed without the use of an architect.

Sandhurst RMA - Grade II Listed

Ventrolla Sash Window Restoration

With 450 windows for complete renovation, bespoke slim double-glazed windows were manufactured to match existing window profiles, and fitted into the newly renovated frames. Preserving the original sashes was as important as improving the buildings’ energy efficiency. Andy Meachen, Sandhurst: “Ventrolla provided an excellent service and we were very pleased with the final result. We have really benefited from the renovation work as the building is noticeably warmer, there are no more draughts and the windows open easily. We were very concerned about maintaining the aesthetics of the building and being sympathetic to its heritage, Ventrolla managed this beautifully.”

Victorian wooden sash windows for refurbishment project Wandsworth

Lomax + Wood Limited

Made-to-order, period-style timber windows and doors from Lomax + Wood have been specified by a leading London-based developer in the ambitious and challenging conversion of The Book House, once the offices of the Wandsworth District Board of Works, to 17 private apartments. 95 made-to-order wooden high performance windows and doors. Non-bar traditional box sash windows with cords and weights with semi-circular head flush casements. The property lies within the historic Wandsworth Town Conservation Area. Elegant wooden sash and casement windows from the Kensington & Chelsea range by Lomax + Wood have been manufactured and installed as part of this expansive upgrade

FAKRO roof windows for bespoke SIPS house design

Fakro GB Ltd

FPP-V U3 top hung and pivot and FTP-V U3 centre pivot roof windows have been used in Heb Homes design of a SIPS home in Abernethy, Perthshire. Alisdair Stephen, Director of Heb Homes commented, “FAKRO windows were chosen for their quality but also because they offered superior security”.

Acoustic wooden casement windows in Newman Street, London

Lomax + Wood Limited

Lomax + Wood, the Essex-based designer and supplier of high performance, made-to-order timber windows and doors, have provided bespoke acoustic products for a prestigious London development. The hotel in the heart of London, combines a traditional exterior with an electric and vibrant interior. Timber casement windows made-to-order Bespoke sections to match original designs Knot-free engenineered timber 31 number Tested by BM TRADA with a certified result of Rw 40dB to meet BS EN ISO 10140-2:2010

Epwin Window Systems - MORE Options - MORE Possibilities

Profile 22 Systems

Working with Epwin Window Systems on any project can be like a breath of fresh air. Putting it simply, our experience & expertise in commercial projects counts. We’ll save you time & money, we’ll always work for the best overall outcome. We know that you’re the construction experts. Our job isn’t to tell you what to do. It’s to help you do what you do best, more economically & more efficiently. Simplifying the task of installation, reduce site damage & cut down on survey times while delivering the right windows & doors for all your projects. Call us.

Dual Finish Timber Casement Windows, French Doors and Oak Feature Windows in Bishop Stortford Contemporary Style Double Glazed

Lomax + Wood Limited

Dual finish made-to-order double glazed timber flush casements and doors were used to totally transform this previously tired property into a vibrant, exciting and modern family home. Dual finish wooden flush casement windows and doors. Knot free engineered timber. Fully weather-stripped, internally glazed and with espagnolette locking. All tested to meet Part Q of the Building Regulations for Security. 22 High performance flush casement windows. 4 High performance made-to-order timber French doors. 2 sliding, folding bi-fold door sets.

FAKRO roof windows at the London Ideal Home Show

Fakro GB Ltd

A show home at the 2016 London Ideal Home Exhibition featured 22 FAKRO FTP non-vented roof windows. The Arc, by The Green Unit, demonstrated modular, eco construction which can be used for residential, commercial, education, leisure and a host of other purposes.

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