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ESSA Academy, Bolton chooses the TAPER-LOC®


design glass features together with the spaciousness and open-air feeling of an outside area. TAPER-LOC®


T


he staircase has been built within the hall of the academy, which exhibits a modern blend of stylish interior


from C.R. Laurence is the


simple way to install glass railings and balustrades. It is 50 per cent faster to install than traditional alternatives and as it is a totally dry glaze system there is no need for wet cement. Conforming to BS6180:2011 the product is completely unique because it uses a horizontal TAPER-LOC®


design, which


allows the system to be adjusted, dismantled and re-set easily and efficiently. This also makes the TAPER-LOC®


replacing scratched and broken panels in existing applications. Steven Gill, of Webber Engineering –


steelwork specialists who constructed the staircase, commented: “CRL’s range of Architectural Hardware is first-rate. In


System ideal for particular, their TAPER-LOC™ System


enabled a fast and efficient installation, which not only makes our job easier but keeps costs to a minimum. Their products are also backed up with an excellent Technical Support division.” To finish the project CRL’s Cap Rails were


used throughout the staircase and balcony area, in a 51mm diameter. These premium cap rails are manufactured by bump-forming to ensure reduced spring back. The Cap Rails have a standard wall thickness of 3.2mm and are available in diameters ranging from 38.1mm to 101.6mm, as well as oval and square profiles in a wide range of architectural finishes. For further information regarding C.R. Laurence’s TAPER-LOC®


Dry Glaze


Balustrade System, or any other product from its extensive Architectural Hardware range, please call or visit the company’s website.


01706 863 600 www.taper-loc.co.uk Collaboration – the key to cost efficiency


Imagine a solution, one that could satisfy an element of your project while freeing up your client’s budget. Now imagine a Collinson built leisure facility, enter the new state of the art sports facility at York St John University. Where the budget and


specification were concerned, the Challenger structure ticked all the boxes and Collinson were appointed as sub-contractor. Constructed from a steel framed superstructure and covered with a heavy duty architectural membrane Challenger™ allows light to permeate in creating a light, bright, energy efficient sporting facility.


www.collinson.co.uk Fortis – robust exterior LED luminaries


Luceco launches the Fortis family, an LED exterior range with Wall Pack and Bulkhead luminaire styles. Fortis Wall Pack is stylish yet totally practical, offering an energy efficient alternative to HID fittings with a 45W LED luminaire being the equivalent of a 70W traditional HID


fitting, and a High Space to Height ratio providing the idea retrofit alternative to existing Wall Pack installations. With CRI>80, Fortis Wall Pack is ideal for CCTV areas. Variants include standard output, photocell, and emergency options.


01952 238100 www.luceco.uk


System from C.R. Laurence


ARCHITECTS DATAFILE IS INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED BY ABC


ADF JUNE 2017


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