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Providing value & sustained partnerships


You know the old adage “you get what you pay for.” Well, Fordingbridge live and breathe by this. During their 50 years in business, Fordingbridge have built and maintained many relationships working with contractors across all sectors. Fordingbridge consistently deliver successful canopy and


walkway solutions for architects and specifiers utilising our in-house expertise. Whether collaborating with architects to turn a vision into reality or offering complete design, our specialist design and build team are on-hand to make your next project a success.


01243 55 44 55 www.fordingbridge.co.uk BAL helps mosaic artist transform hall


BAL have helped mosaic artist Tamara Froud transform a primary school dining hall with installations designed by pupils and taking inspiration from the school’s values. A fixing solution of BAL adhesive and grout provided Tamara with the perfect materials to permanently fix ornate Cinca ceramic mosaics


to a six-sided, T-shaped concrete pillar at Richard Alibon Primary School in Dagenham, Essex. Tamara was commissioned by the school to work with pupils to create designs based on the school’s values of confidence, perseverance, ambition, curiosity, respect and happiness.


01782 591100 www.bal-adhesives.com Teamwork helps deliver roofing solutions


Premium quality student accommodation is being delivered up and down the UK, through teamwork between Torsion Group, Roofdec and Protan. Torsion’s two most recent projects will together deliver over 260 student bedrooms in the redevel- opment of two brownfield former sites in Reading and Newcastle. Both roofing schemes are being


installed by Roofdec – Reading features Protan SE1.8mm single ply membrane, mechanically-fixed over PIR insulation, and Protan PE VCL; the Newcastle scheme in addition uses 100m2


constructed using Protan G membrane, prefabricated. 01925 658001 www.protan.co.uk


Nothing to be a-frayed of!


Heckmondwike FB, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of fibre bonded carpet, has reported an increase in demand for its renowned heavy duty Supacord range for use in educational environments. Like all Heckmondwike FB’s carpet, Supacord has anti-static and anti-slip


properties, it also offers low maintenance. Great thermal performance is another property attributed to Supacord, which is warm and comfortable underfoot. Schools like the fact that Supacord is available in all primary colours to match their branding or classroom themes.


01924 406161 www.heckmondwike-fb.co.uk green roof,


Magnx range offers complete flexibility The MagnX®


magnetic glass range


from Gx Glass is now available with customised back painting and bespoke printed designs providing architects and interior designers with complete flexibility. In addition, the MagnX-CF features a new fixing system, allowing


the magnetic glass to be quickly installed and easily relocated. A robust and modern alternative to a traditional whiteboard, the MagnX range comprises glass magnetic whiteboards that enable documents to be ‘pinned’ to the board using magnets.


01233 642 220 www.gxglass.com Hunter Douglas expertise add up


When a university mathematics building was designed with a complex, intricate ceiling, Hunter Douglas was specified for the project. They supplied 600m2


of solid wood grill for the reception and atrium of the University of


Kent’s new £26 million Sibson Building. Hunter Douglas provided class O, Forest Stewardship Council approved ayous wood, white- washed panels, 20mm x 80mm slats with 50mm gap, and black fleece. The complexity of the design came in the orientation of the panels at 45˚, which meant the installation team had to cut all the perimeter panels on site so that the changing angles could be fitted perfectly.


01604 766251 www.hunterdouglas.co.uk Senior’s study in efficiency


Two of Senior Architectural System’s most innovative and thermally efficient glazing solutions have been specified for a new high school in Reading, helping to maximise the sense of light and space whilst reducing the environmental impact of the building. The new Reading Girls’


School in Berkshire features Senior’s patented low U-value PURe® aluminium casement windows throughout the two three-storey high teaching blocks, with the company’s thermally enhanced SF52 curtain walling used to create the school’s main entrance area and atrium.


www.seniorarchitectural.co.uk University protects students with Aico


Harper Adams University in Shropshire has installed Aico’s 160e Series of mains powered Smoke Alarms into its student accommodation in a move to increase levels of protection for students. The University wanted to increase the level of protection, but without the considerable expense of


moving to an LD1 system. The solution was found in the use of Aico’s Ei160e Series mains powered alarms with 10 year rechargeable Lithium cell back-up with Ei164e Heat Alarms fitted in the kitchens and Ei166e Optical Alarms in the bedrooms.


enquiries@aico.co.uk


ADF JUNE 2017


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