Our advanced glazing products are designed to protect buildings against a range of threats.
Most commonly, that threat is fire and our products and systems can be found here and internationally.
We also have experience of working across all sectors, whether that’s offices, retail, healthcare, transport or education.
Right now, we’re working on two educational projects.
One is for the University of Bristol, to fabricate and supply eight double doors and 13 sidelights.
Our other contract is for the supply of double and single doors and a 13-bay run of curtain walling.
They are to be installed in the Project One Campus, part of the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation. This will bring several schools together in one new campus.
The project, which started in 2017, will be fully completed next year.
We are often commissioned to design, fabricate and install for the education sector.
For example, we recently completed a project to supply five large-span curtain wall screens into a new development for Exeter College, Oxford. It’s the fourth oldest college in the University of Oxford.
It was a complex project that demonstrated the versatility of our systems. We used our SR60 system for the 250m2 project, with steel being applied to the large span facades.
These complemented other areas using timber or aluminium, yet with the same overall appearance.
“We have worked on a great many educational projects, both in the UK and, for example, in Malta and Hong Kong. Specifiers know that we have the best experience and expertise. They also know we can deliver to tight schedules” said Jane Embury, marketing director.
“Our advanced glazing systems can be applied internally and externally, and for any kind of project.
“Our range of complete and guaranteed systems offer different protective levels for all sectors and internationally,” she said.
Pictures: Arran Wright, workshop and training manager, inspects for quality, and a glazed unit being fabricated.