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sports & leisure facilities special report; hotels special report


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Powermatic door closers from Samuel Heath deliver outstanding performance in fire resistance and accessibility, but it is their concealment that brings a host of benefits for hotel projects, making them the specifier’s choice for hotel interiors. Fitting neatly between the door and frame, Powermatic door closers are totally concealed when the door is closed, ensuring that nothing interferes with the appearance of the door and interior. They also help to create a more homely, less functional, or institutionalised, ambience within the room. These benefits have seen Powermatic used by the world’s leading designers on impressive hotel projects across the globe, including The Savoy, London; ARIA resort and casino, Las Vegas; Hilton, Manchester and the exclusive South Lodge hotel and spa in Surrey. enq.155


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Comar Architectural Aluminium Systems, with its approved fabricator English Architectural Glazing Ltd (EAG) were awarded the contract to design, fabricate and install the windows at Whitbread's new Premier Inn. The Comar 5P.i window system uses trademarked Polyamide Insulated (P.i) that provides exceptional thermal perform-


ance in a market where energy efficient designs and meeting the demands of the latest building regulations are paramount. From fifteen basic Comar 5P.i profiles, all window configurations, such as casement, top swing reversible, pivot, tilt and turn and sliding can be manufactured. These windows offer outstanding weather performance and reduce heat loss through the trademark P.i thermal break.


0208 685 9685 www.comar-alu.co.uk Centre’s status extends to accessibility


The new Aberavon Leisure & Fitness Centre will transform the famous seafront into one of the most accessible in Wales – helped by its toilets! The £13.4 million facility for Neath Port Talbot Council incorporates a pool with move- able floor, spin room, dance suite, sports hall, youth facilities, cafe and community rooms. Further helping set the centre


apart are its toilets, which include two state-of-the-art assisted accessible facili- ties –Changing Places. Supplied by leading disabled toilet specialist Clos-o-Mat, and installed by mechanical engineers FP Hurley, the Changing Places mean anyone who needs a carer to help them go to the toilet will still be able to enjoy all the facilities on offer – in both the ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ areas of the Centre.


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