Wrightstyle, the advanced glazing company, is supplying specialist systems to a flagship tourism project in the Kingdom of Jordan.
It’s the latest project in the Middle East with which the company has been involved. Other contract completions have been in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the Lebanon.
Those contacts reflect the international nature of Wrightstyle’s business. Also, the diverse range of applications for which the company’s systems ranges are perfectly suited.
The Jordanian contract is for the supply of WSL 50 series FR doors and partitions, providing 120 minutes of fire protection.
Wrightstyle’s systems are for a hotel in Ayla Marina Village, close to the Jordanian city of Aqaba, on the country’s Red Sea coast.
The vision for the new development is to transform a small stretch of coastline into a tourist hotspot. It will have an international golf course and with man-made lagoons opening to the Gulf of Aqaba.
The development will also include retail outlets, residential apartments, restaurants and bars. It will also have the largest marina in Jordan.
The contract underlines the specialist nature of the advanced glazing systems market. The company’s systems, primarily to prevent the spread of fire, also protect against ballistic and bomb threat.
The company’s absolute focus is on guaranteed quality, from design through to safe supply. That has made it a trusted partner on projects large and small.
Its systems combine the inherent strength and durability of steel with absolute aesthetic quality. That makes them ideal for both new-build and refurbishment projects.
“Our expertise is based on years of fabrication and design experience. That experience allows us to understand and then to transform architectural vision to reality,” said Jane Embury, director.
“We have been able to complete this contract safely, despite Covid-19 restrictions. That’s all down to the dedication and hard work of our staff.
“In parallel with the partial reopening of our fabrication facilities, we are also undertaking preliminary work to help renovate an older-style residential block in Bristol.
“The lessons we learn on that project will then guide our safe working practices on other sites.
“That safety-first ethos is all part of our approach to quality. To ensure that everything that we do – for clients as well as staff – conforms to the highest possible standards,” she said.
Images: Systems being loaded for their journey to Jordan.