Two prestigious refurbishment contracts in Manchester illustrate the appeal of Crittall Steel windows across different sectors.
A new range of bio-based self-adhesive connection foils from fenestration foam tape specialist ISO Chemie, offers improved sustainability around window sealing.
As one of the UK's leading providers of rainscreen systems, metal fabrications and bespoke full envelope solutions - quality is at the core of the PSP Group's operation. Here, Chairman Heath Hindmarch explains why they made a vast investment to provide a single point of procurement for the entire building envelope.
Powdertech Corby has been coating 1950s-style steel window frames for the iconic Grade ll listed BBC Television Centre building at White City, which has been reopened as a housing, leisure and office development, with four BBC studios remaining at the site.
Built at the start of the 19th Century, this striking entrance lodge located in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire has morphed into a comfortable living space with the assistance of Selectaglaze secondary glazing. The lodge is at the entrance of an estate that leads to a main country house built in 1675.
Sherborne House, 119-121 Cannon Street, EC4 is a multi-let property situated in the heart of London’s financial district Cannon Street, equidistant from Monument underground station and Cannon Street station. The surrounding area was initially the place of residence of the candle-makers, so Cannon Street first appeared as 'Candelwrichstrete' in 1183. The location has changed immensely over the years and is now well served by numerous bus routes and is within close proximity to many coffee shops, restaurants, bars and shopping destinations.
Granted a Grade II* Listing in 1954, Christchurch, 35 Cosway Street is a distinctive deconsecrated church in the Lisson Grove Conservation Area. With so much decorative detailing inside and out, it has made the change of use and renovations quite challenging.
Clement Windows Group were selected to provide the new steel windows for this former police HQ (CID) building on Bridewell Island in Central Bristol. After many years of being out of use, it has now been renovated and is the new YMCA Bristol hostel.
Environmentally-friendly and sustainable aren’t just buzzwords for Remmers (UK) Ltd, who will showcase their new LW-722 [eco] stain finish at the W18/Elements Exhibition which starts on 30th September. Replacing fossil fuels with biomass process technology, they have used cutting edge technology to create a coating that protects both wooden windows and the environment.