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CULTURAL BUILDINGS PROJECT REPORT; PUBLIC TRANSPORT FACILITIES PROJECT REPORT


Enhancing the atmosphere


The £16+ million new Windermere Jetty, Museum of Boats and Stories will deliver ideal conditions for both displays and visitors, in part through engineering excellence from Blackpool. Gilberts Blackpool, one of Britain’s leading air


movement specialist, has provided ventilation louvres for the new museum, designed by Carmody Groarke as part of a RIBA interna- tional design competition for Lakeland Arts. Roofing and cladding contractor Lakesmere, has installed 28 of Gilberts’ WHF75 high performance flanged ventilation louvres.


01253 766911 www.gilbertsblackpool.com


Luceco lights Kuwait Airport


Luceco has recently relit the Departure & Arrival Gates, Immigration Counters and public areas at Kuwait International Airport, an established regional air hub in the Gulf. Luceco met the design brief which included energy efficient lighting


with low maintenance that would provide the airport with cost savings whilst enhancing the passenger experience through more effective lighting. Carbon Downlights are an ideal replacement for compact fluorescent downlights, offering running cost savings of more than 60 per cent.


01952 238100 www.luceco.uk Howe Green supply “specials” for renovation of Nationalmuseum of Art, Stockholm


Howe Green supplied specially manufactured floor access covers for Sweden’s premier art and design museum. The Nationalmuseum of Art in Stockholm is currently closed whilst undergoing an extensive restoration programme. The aim of the renovation is to create a more modern environment that will enhance the overall visitor experience whilst retaining the museum’s architectural heritage. Howe Green’s Swedish distributor, Elkington AB, was contracted to supply floor access covers for the project. As well as extensive knowledge of the range of standard access covers that can be supplied the team has a full understanding of the bespoke access solutions that Howe Green can design and manufacture. Howe Green’s 7500 Series Medium Duty Floor Aluminium Access Covers were fitted as duct runs in the museum to provide easy and safe access to the cabling and services concealed underneath the floor. The majority of the covers were infilled with limestone floor tiles to provide a virtually invisible finish. The remaining units have a visible concrete finish. All the covers were supplied double sealed to ensure the highest performance and quality.


01920 463230 www.howegreen.com/en/uk


Seamless Acoustical Plaster Solutions


Visitors Centre Project


This advert is a general guide and specific technical advice is recommended before proceeding with any transaction. Full technical information available from your local office.


As featured in the Wadden Sea


New from CMS Danskin Acoustics is the Fade® acoustical plaster system that absorbs unwanted noise in a wide range of environments.


As an acoustic solution applied to walls and ceilings, its highly absorbent qualities allow for optimum acoustic control in large commercial spaces. A flexible and discrete alternative to traditional acoustic solutions. 


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Up to class ‘A’ acoustic absorption performance Available in a choice of finishes - Albus Plus & Albus Quick to install, one mantle system Easy to repair, clean and maintain


Exclusive to CMS Danskin Acoustics in the UK


Contact our technical/sales team on Scotland: 01698 356000


Central & Southern: 01925 577711 info@cmsdanskin.co.uk


www.cmsdanskin.co.uk WWW.ARCHITECTSDATAFILE.CO.UK ADF MAY 2017


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