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DOORS&WINDOWS


VEKA CUSTOMER TACKLES 120 WINDOWS AT SCHOOL


Before.


VEKA fabricator, S & A Developments Ltd recently undertook an impressive contract, by supplying a large number of windows for a Manchester primary school along with a unique floor to ceiling feature window.


G.Smith Glazing, of Bury was the installer of choice for the 120 windows, including curtain walling, at St. John Boscos Primary School in Blackley, Manchester. Speaking about the installation, owner Greg Smith said: We were very lucky to be given the chance to take on this job as it was the first installation of this size that we have done, but we took it in our stride and successfully completed the project.”


Previously made of timber, the screen mullions and windows have been replaced using


industry-leading VEKA PVC-U profile, supplied by VEKA customer and Network VEKA member, S & A Developments Ltd, and the project took around eight weeks to complete.


S & A Director Dave Connell said: “This project was a big challenge for us, but with the help of the VEKA technical team, it has all come together really well, and the customer is thrilled with the finished job.”


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After.


Left to right: S&A Directors Dave Connell and Bill Ainsworth with Greg Smith, G Smith Glazing.


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